"The LGBTQ community has shown up for us in the biggest ways at some of the darkest times of our life…they rally around you and lift you up no matter what," The Veronicas' Jessica Origliasso told us
The Harley Flanagan-led lineup drops new music the frontman describes as "Metallica meets Minor Threat."
The Recording Academy Nashville Chapter hosted a Member Mix Listening Session to discuss the finer points of artists and producers collaborating in the studio.
Oasis is an eight-track album featuring collaborations with Nigerian singer Mr Eazi and Enanitos Verdes' Marciano Cantero. The album dropped with a video for "Que Pretendes," a song about an ex who just can't let go.
The Athens crew's fifth studio album may be regarded an innocent party-pop standby, but a closer look reveals that each track, especially pop-radio standby "Love Shack," marks a major triumph in queer music history.
The limited eddition eight-LP box, which features nine previously unreleased performances and recordings, is available July 12.
The Recording Academy sat down with the GRAMMY-nominated pop singer/songwriter to learn more about her creative process, working with Diplo and Skrillex and the music that most inspires her.
Quietly situated in a Harvard Square basement, Armageddon is more than just a place to dig through the punk, hardcore and metal bins — it's a community haven for musicians and fans alike.
The concert will celebrate "the best in Amazon entertainment" and will take place at an undisclosed location on July 10. While no tickets will be sold, select Prime members will have exclusive access to the concert.
Five decades after the King made his triumphant return to the stage, two new collections delve into his year in music.
We're nearing the end of Pride Month, but the issues of acceptance and representation that LGBTQ+ artists—especially those of color—face don't disappear when June is over. The Recording Academy hosted a GRAMMYs Soundbite Conversation After Dark panel at New York City's Soho House Ludlow on Wednesday (June 26) to keep the discussion going.
"Te Doy," produced by El Licenciado, Latin GRAMMY nominee and former GRAMMY-winning Mexican band Kinky, is a hip-shaking reggaeton-influenced track that mixes a bit of the humor Ms. Nina has come to be known for with empowering, pro-consent lyrics.
The track is the GRAMMY-winning rapper's second single of the year, both of which follow her GRAMMY-winning debut studio album, Invasion Of Privacy.
The GRAMMY-winning songstress and the emerging rapper get together on a song that hits on materialism.
"That's this whole mission that I'm working on, to get my culture and my music heard," Brun said. Learn more about LOKAL, the upbeat, collaborative sonic tapestry reflective of his experience growing up in Haiti, in our in-depth interview.