Emmylou Harris and Trisha Yearwood
Meet the Bronx-born, Dominican singer who has been mixing Latin genres like merengue with dance beats and female-empowering lyrics.
From one superstar to another, Yearwood joins Harris for a special duet during the tribute concert honoring the Recording Academy's 2018 Special Merit Awards recipients on PBS Oct. 5.
In a conversation celebrating 25 years of So So Def and Dupri, Dem Franchize Boyz share how "He took our career to a whole 'nother level."
At a special craft event for Recording Academy members in New York, St. Vincent spoke with master mixer, GRAMMY winner Tom Elmhirst at Electric Lady Studios about what goes into a great recording.
This month OutKast's double-disc album turns 15 and we want to know which song was your favorite.
Meet French-Cuban twin sisters Ibeyi, who mix their Yoruba Cuban roots with electric hip-hop sounds and more, earning them notice from the likes of Beyoncé.
The dubstep legend is "a huge geek" for the early '90s rave sound and says he's working more of it into his music. He also shares that he's more productive since becoming a father.
Meet Princess Nokia, an Afro-Latina rapper making space in music for women with intersecting identities.
As the GRAMMY Museum celebrates 25 Years of Jermaine Dupri & So So Def, we take a look back on the classics he penned.
Watch an exclusive interview with the K-pop supergroup from their recent conversation at the GRAMMY Museum.
The Recording Academy and its members across the country are ecstatic at the decision made in favor of the historic bill and celebrate for all music creators.