The GRAMMY-winning pop performer donated around $250,000 from the ATL stop on her Sweetener World Tour to the non-profit, in response to the anti-abortion bills recently passed in Georgia and several other states.
The artist Paper Magazine suspects might be '"our generation's greatest vocalist" steps to the mic in this special Pride Month edition of Press Play to deliver the lead single from his upcoming debut EP
The tour, originally set to launch in April, is now set to kick off in Chicago on June 21 and close out in Miami on Aug. 31.
189 music teachers from across the U.S. have been selected out of over three thousand nominations as quarterfinalists for the annual honor presented by the Recording Academy and GRAMMY Museum, with support from Ford Motor Company Fund.
Bumble Bizz is giving rising female artists the opportunity to perform at a major music fest next year, including Lollapalooza, Outside Lands and Austin City Limits, and to work with Kiyoko, Musgraves or Rexha in preparation.
The Kentucky band will re-release their 1999 debut and will also perform a special show in honor of their 20th anniversary at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, N.Y. on Aug. 9.
The Recording Academy went On The Road to visit our neighbors in West Hollywood, capturing the joy at LA Pride 2019, during the 49th annual LA Pride Parade and the star-studded Pride Festival.
The band also announced that they will release a new, expanded deluxe version of 1999's Surrender, which will feature "Secret Pscychedelic Mixes" tracks and more.
What's their age again? Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker's unapologetically juvenile third album marked the first time the trio wrote consciously with an audience in mind.
The group will stop by on its international tour celebrating 25 years of their 1993 album Enter The Wu-Tang for a sold-out show on June 9.
The R&B spectacular will feature a lineup curated by the GRAMMY winner herself performing at her dream Bay Area venue.
The rapper is featured on fellow L.A. rapper YG's leading single, "Go Loko" off his latest album 4REAL 4REAL, and when asked about his take on the song, he says much of it was inspired by Mexico's cultural impact.
Recently released interviews by 'The New York Times' and 'Rolling Stone' have shined more light on some of the challenges Kevin Parker has faced in finishing the album, including a setback caused by a destructive Southern California fire.
The GRAMMY-winning producer details the process of creating the soundtrack to the new Elton John biopic including working with star of the film Taron Egerton, recording John in the studio and creating new versions of timeless classics