We took a beat with Lyte backstage to hear about the all-star female rap event she put together for the 25th ESSENCE Fest in New Orleans and much more.
The Recording Academy's San Francisco chapter got up close and personal last month with GRAMMY-winning British singer and musician Imogen Heap, British composer, songwriter and producer Guy Sigsworth and composer and musician Zoë Keating for a talk about technology in music.
The Recording Academy sat down with the prolific pop singer/songwriter to learn more about her creative process, working with Skrillex and the music she grew up listening to.
The Recording Academy sat down with Bird to talk the meaning behind her debut, her upcoming tour with Father John Misty and Jason Isbell, her love of jumpsuits, and what she's passionate about outside of music.
We go behind the scenes at the GRAMMY Museum with the legendary decades-spanning, GRAMMY-winning funk/R&B group to learn more about the magic behind their music that still keeps the party popping.
The Recording Academy got Up Close & Personal with the L.A.-based singer/songwriter to learn what kind of shift he felt when following his passion and moving to L.A. to pursue music.
The rising charismatic artist spoke to the Recording Academy on his birthday about what went into his debut album, ‘Heart Full Of Rage,’ what he’s working on next, why he stays positive and more.
The rapper took us behind YG’s Latino-inspired single he is featured on and described the vibe when he joins forces with another Los Angeles rapper.
The Recording Academy caught up with the singer/songwriter at Governors Ball in New York City to talk her next single "What If," what soul music means to her, the advice she has for aspiring music artists and more.
The Recording Academy caught up with Donn T and Chill Moody in Philadelphia backstage at this year's Roots Picnic to talk about the mission behind Ethel Bobcat, the Philly music community and more.
We hung out with Lennox just after her stellar performance at Roots Picnic to hear more about her debut album, life on the road and why representing dark-skinned black women means everything.
Macklemore gives touching speech in front of fans, friends and loved ones.
GRAMMY-winning author and historian Robert Gordon discusses his second book to receive a the Blues Hall Of Fame Literature Induction, Lost Delta Found, joining his biography of the great Muddy Waters.
In partnership with MusiCares and the Smithsonian Year Of Music, panelists (Melanie Fiona, Monika Tashman, 9th Wonder, Maura Roll, and Daniel Shores) sit down for a discussion about family life as working music professionals.