Björk in The Netherlands in 1995
The Recording Academy Los Angeles Chapter’s Rap, R&B and Reggae Leadership Collective hosted its “Care For The Culture” Facebook live conversation bringing wellness experts and industry leaders together for discussion on cultivating wellness in music cultures and communities.
The eight-piece troupe spoke to GRAMMY.com about the creation process behind their debut LP, enjoying food together and how "every member really trusts and loves each other."
The Mexican Regional music icon's family shares a piece of the unreleased song and details her forthcoming posthumous album.
The visual album, which is based on the singer's 2019 soundtrack album for The Lion King: The Gift, reimagines the "lessons of The Lion King for today's young kings and queens in search of their own crowns" and offers "a celebratory memoir for the world on the Black experience."
The globally televised and digitally streamed concert special featured intimate and grandiose performances from some of music's biggest stars including Lin-Manuel Miranda with the "Hamilton" cast, Coldplay, Christine and the Queens, Chloe x Halle and many more.
The six-time GRAMMY-winning composer and trumpeter discusses how Marvin Gaye's iconic 1971 album, What's Going On, shaped the film and his own life.
The soulful, piano-pop ballad sees the eight-time GRAMMY winner showing his own vulnerabilities as he tries to teach his sons "that it is OK for a man to feel emotions deeply and to cry."
"We must illuminate how the lack of people of color in key roles thwarts inclusion throughout the industry," says Annenberg's Dr. Carmen Lee, the project's lead researcher.
Composed of 35 executives artists, activists and music industry figures, the newly launched initiative will also debut a series of online conversations discussing the pressing issues of the day.
In the latest edition of GRAMMY Rewind, watch disco queen Donna Summer win the GRAMMY for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance at the 21st GRAMMY Awards in 1979.
Hosted by Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors, the one-day event, happening Saturday, June 27, will also feature performances from Jessie Reyez, Vagabon and Twin Shadow as well as interviews and conversations with Emma González, Dream Hampton, Terrace Martin and others.
The talented singer/songwriter and Erykah Badu protégé invites you into his home for this special performance
"I'm feeling pretty anxious…But I've also been feeling activated and feeling ready to put in as many resources and as much love and care into my community as possible," Saleh recently told us.
Ahead of the release of their third studio album, Alana, Danielle and Este Haim sit down with GRAMMY.com for a wide-ranging interview about loving (and contemplating leaving) L.A., battling gender-based genre stereotypes and much more.