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Metallica, Alicia Keys, Billie Eilish, Lizzo, Pharrell Williams and many more will perform at the historical event celebrating the initiative to tackle poverty, climate change supported by the Recording Academy.
The album, MTV Unplugged In New York, is a double-LP featuring five rehearsal performances, previously only featured in the DVD release.
"I want to dedicate this award to that country that is going through a difficult time right now but never never forget how to smile. For you, Columbia," the singer said in her 2000 acceptance speech.
She is one of 26 individuals to receive the award, which celebrates and inspires "the creative potential of individuals through no-strings-attached fellowships."
As the monumental 20th anniversary Latin GRAMMYs approaches, share in the excitement with some of this year's nominees.
The Colombian pop star will be joined by our very own Jenny From The Block: Jennifer Lopez.
Carving out a space for strong female voices in a male-dominated industry, the GRAMMY-nominated artist has always been an advocate for women’s empowerment. Now she's back in the spotlight as the newest cast member on Love And Hip Hop: Hollywood, a VH1 show that viewers love to hate (and watch).
The '80s pop-rock icons are back with the first new song from their forthcoming LP, due out in 2020.
In the latest episode of Where Do You Keep Your GRAMMY?, the lively blues singer, who got his name thanks to the Mexican community he grew up around, shows the Recording Academy exactly where he keeps his two cherished golden gramophones.
Founder Cassie Wilson spoke to the Recording Academy about self-advocacy, common misconceptions around accessibility and where PDX venues stack up in comparison to other cities
The Recording Academy caught up with the Swedish alt-pop queen the day before her new album dropped to talk about the creative process of the album, being in awe of Kylie and more.
The Recording Academy spoke to the singer/songwriter about her latest EP, producing for the first time, touring and more.
The Recording Academy sat down with the 21-time GRAMMY winner to talk about driving real conversations with his latest batch of songs Behind the Scenes at the GRAMMY Museum
It's been 10 years since Rome Ramirez joined iconic ska-punk band Sublime, but even then he says it's only been recently that he feels the band has taken a life of its own. Blessings, the band's third album, is a sonic result of both those things.
The smooth R&B singer/producer dives deep into his third album, his gratitude for its talented producers and collaborators, his wide-reaching music taste and more.