Singer/songwriter Adrian Marcel recently visited The Recording Academy's headquarters in Santa Monica, Calif., for an exclusive GRAMMY.com interview. Marcel discussed his new single "2AM" and upcoming album, Weak After Next, and shared his opinion on the state of R&B.
Adrian Marcel: "R&B Is Missing The Blues"
GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter Nick Jonas discusses beginning a new chapter with his 2014 self-titled album and collaborating with Demi Lovato on "Avalanche."
British singer/songwriter George Ezra discusses the monthlong European trip that inspired his debut album, Wanted On Voyage, and his single "Did You Hear The Rain?"
GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter Sia performs "Big Girls Cry" from her latest album, 1000 Forms Of Fear, at The Recording Academy.
GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter Sia performs "Chandelier" from her latest album, 1000 Forms Of Fear, at The Recording Academy.
GRAMMY-nominated R&B singer/songwriter Trey Songz discusses why he's proud of his latest album, Trigga, his experience collaborating with Nicki Minaj and what fans can expect from his upcoming joint tour with Chris Brown.
GRAMMY winner Beck discusses the different approach he took to recording his 2014 album, Morning Phase, and the influence of Elvis Presley on the album's first single, "Blue Moon."
Singer/songwriter Jenny Lewis discusses her family's deep musical roots, the important role Ryan Adams and Beck played on her latest solo album, The Voyager, and completing the album while dealing with her father's passing and a bout with insomnia.
R&B singer/songwriter Tinashe discusses her hit single "2 On" featuring Schoolboy Q, what inspires her and the creative process for her debut album, Aquarius.
Australian pop singer/songwriter Betty Who discusses her passion for music education, the joy of performing and why she thinks fans love her single "Somebody Loves You."
In an exclusive interview with GRAMMY.com, British rock band Bastille discuss the unexpected success of their debut album, Bad Blood, and their hit single "Pompeii."
St. Vincent discusses which Michael Jackson album made her dance like a maniac as a child, how Miles Davis and sci-fi influenced her self-titled album, and forming her own singular sound and artistic vision.