Twenty-five years after Trainspotting first thrilled and scandalized moviegoers, the film's soundtrack remains an iconic collision of Britpop, rock and dance music.
Introduced by a monologue by author/entrepreneur Lewis Howes, Mali Music performs his full-hearted tribute to Godly grace.
Adrian Younge's moving 26-track album, The American Negro, combines spoken word, classic soul and free jazz sensibilities. In an interview with GRAMMY.com, he shares how he uses analog equipment to pay homage to golden era soul records.
In celebration of the influential father of Latin rock's current GRAMMY nomination for La Conquista del Espacio, Fito Páez revisits his vast catalog and reveals intimate moments behind some of his albums.
Celebrando su nominación al GRAMMY por “La Conquista del espacio,” la leyenda del Rock en español Fito Páez analiza su música y revela momentos íntimos en su vida personal y artística.
Legendary Detroit-bred DJ/producer Seth Troxler is spreading the gospel of what house and techno are all about—community, self-expression and killer beats.
The R&B juggernauts won a GRAMMY for Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal for "I'll Make Love To You."
The member of hip-hop duo Riders Against the Storm helped bring light to Black musicians’ struggles in Austin when the recent Texas winter storm pivoted his plans to help the community through tragedy.
The virtual events during GRAMMY Week 2021 aim to celebrate this year's nominees and the music that unites us.
The century-old movement from Gustav Holst's The Planets suite gets a socially distanced big-band makeover from the Jeremy Levy Jazz Orchestra.
"To me, it's such a beautiful validation. It's like, 'Check this out—I made this album and boom, now I'm nominated for a GRAMMY,'" Baauer tells GRAMMY.com of his nomination.
The historic Black Music Collective event will feature an array of esteemed Black music creators and professionals known for amplifying Black voices in music and beyond, including PJ Morton, Jeff Harleston, Debra Lee and more.
Recently, Lido Pimienta spoke to GRAMMY.com from her studio in Canada about her ‘Miss Colombia’ GRAMMY nomination, aspiring to be Enya and what she’s doing outside of music.