As the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic continues to rock the music industry, the Recording Academy reached out to a few musicians to see how they were spending their days indoors.
During her 30-plus years in music, she worked at Trent Reznor's Nothing Studios, with Waka Flocka Flame, Shinedown, The Neptunes, Diddy, Rage Against The Machine and more at The Record Plant, and as a tour manager in sports and music.
During her Up Close & Personal interview, the passionate artist also shares how it was working with fellow R&B singer Lucky Daye, how she continues to grow comfortable in her mixed identity and talks about how the industry can better support artists like herself.
Music deserves economic, social, political and cultural support to flourish in every community, Shain Shapiro writes.
The Bomba Estéreo beat master has recently unveiled his new solo project, Monte, exploring experimental ambient sounds inspired by nature's music and field recordings from his travels in Colombia.
Here's your chance to connect with big-time artists as well as behind-the-scenes music legends like Adam Blackstone, Jimmy Douglass, Larry Klein, Steve Lillywhite, Giles Martin, Tim Palmer, Tony Visconti & more...
Music photography gallery Morrison Hotel is teaming up with Rolling Live Studios to present the virtual (De)Tour Music Festival featuring Ringo Starr, Linda Perry, Slash, Macy Gray, Lzzy Hale, Gavin Rossdale, Darryl McDaniels and many others on Aug. 15.
FINNEAS, DJ Khaled, Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons and others will be encouraging their massive fan bases to vote in iHeartMedia's "Why I'm Voting" 2020 campaign.
Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight of GRAMMY-nominated chill-house duo ODESZA and Tom Stell, a.k.a. Aussie deep house act Golden Features, are BRONSON and released their highly anticipated self-titled debut last week.
The chart-topping, GRAMMY-nominated rapper checks in with GRAMMY.com to discuss the unplanned vision behind his newest album and his next steps toward "mega-stardom."
From Clueless to Dangerous Minds, soundtracks were big business in 1995, but the year's hits offered no clear formula for success.
Genre innovators Ravish Momin and Val Jeanty talk to GRAMMY.com about the making of their forthcoming work, Our Reflection Adorned by Newly Formed Stars.
The GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter talks about the personal journey and universal message behind her inspiring track and how she's advocating for the Tourette's community.