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There were plenty of weird hits in the '90s, but there is absolutely nothing normal about “Steal My Sunshine," from Len’s genre to its famous sampled riff. And don’t even start us on the lyrics.
The GRAMMY- and Latin GRAMMY-nominated ranchera singer, who typically performs in Spanish, offers a powerful rendition of Gaga and Bradley Cooper's GRAMMY-winning song from A Star Is Born.
Haynes opens up about Danny Clinch's new live-concert documentary 'Bring On The Music,' what he learned from writing songs with Gregg Allman and music's power to heal and rejuvenate artists and fans alike.
The Recording Academy sat down with the smiliest DJ on the house circuit to chat about releasing his debut LP three decades into his career, creating intentional parties with All Day I Dream, collaborating and shining a light on other artists, and how old his soul really is.
The Japanese quartet go deep on their debut album, 'PUNK,' playing their first Pitchfork Fest and why they want to "be looked at as more than just a band."
"It's 2019, and there's a certain amount of people who are excited for me to literally let them down. That's beautiful," the rapper told us backstage at Pitchfork Fest.
The Recording Academy caught up with the Princess Of Chicago Rap at Pitchfork Fest, where she spoke about her recent feature on J. Cole's latest album, what fuels her ambition, what we can expect to hear on her next album and more.
In the brand-new Cameron Crowe-produced rock doc, the classic-rock figurehead reflects on his place in music history—and the bridges he's burned along the way.
The Chicago-based singer/songwriter opens up to the Recording Academy about playing Pitchfork Fest, getting sober between albums and more.
The Recording Academy met up with the Maryland-based rapper after her Pitchfork set, where she opened up about growing up in the DMV (D.C., Maryland, Virginia), what we can expect on her forthcoming full-length, navigating industry double standards and more.
Performing for the first time at Pitchfork Fest 2019, Chicago-based disco-rapper chatted with the Recording Academy about the artists who inspire him, growing up in the church and more.
The GRAMMY-nominated punk forbearer will be releasing his 18th solo studio album on Sept. 6—and it's completely new sonic territory for him.
Xiami will be the first streaming service in China to adopt MQA, a technology already in use by Tidal to stream hi-res music.
One of the key faces of neoperreo—a reggaeton subgenre that translates to "new dance" and embraces women and queerness as much as the infectious reggaeton inspired beats it produces—opens up about her debut mixtape, which has her boldness and vulnerability on full display.