The GRAMMY-winning hip-hop icon, who became the first female rapper given the honor, gave an inspiring speech; "Don't give up, because I'm standing here. And this is big for hip-hop, too."
The actor and restaurant owner has launched a label called Trejo's Music, which will drop its first album, Danny Trejo Presents Chicano Soul Shop Vol., on June 16.
The recently reunited quartet, who will release their first album in more than 10 years on June 21, are grappling with a glaringly different rock landscape these days—but that hasn't altered their trademark freewheeling sound.
The Recording Academy got Up Close & Personal with the L.A.-based singer/songwriter to learn how his first U.S. music festival performance went, what it was like working with Alessia Cara, duetting with John Mayer live on stage, and more.
In a letter honoring the anniversary of the United States Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia, which abolished laws banning interracial marriages in 16 states, Stevens breaks down the meaning of "love."
The pop titan will also release a brand-new single, "You Need To Calm Down," tonight (June 13).
Eight surfers, 16 musicians and three oceans collide in a film by indie music lable Mexican Summer and Pilgrim Surf + Supply, premiering June 15 in Los Angeles.
For the honor's milestone 20th anniversary, the 23-time Latin GRAMMY winner will be celebrated for his creative artistry, humanitarian efforts, support of rising artists and philanthropic work.
In an exclusive premiere, Moore releases the music video for the latest single off his forthcoming album, Late Nights And Longnecks.
The pop futurist teases her feature-packed third studio album, plots Charli LIVE World Tour and delivers the official music video for "Blame It On Your Love" featuring Lizzo.
More than a decade after the Universal Studios blaze, the extent of the damage is now reported to include the loss of an estimated 500,000 songs.
"To me, Pride really represents bravery. To me that bravery is represented from this unabashed, 'This is who I am. These are my personal needs and the things that we deserve as a community,'" the DJ/producer told us in an exclusive interview.
Powered by five years of negotiations with almost 70 lenders, and a collaboration with the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, The Met's "Play It Loud" exhibition is the first in an art museum dedicated entirely to instruments of rock 'n' roll.
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.