In an exclusive interview with GRAMMY.com, R&B/soul artist Aloe Blacc discussed using music as a force for positive social change and his 2013 album Lift Your Spirit.
The songwriter/producer/mix engineer also talks about how music intervened to save her life, what she feels most people hear first in a song and how she was able to thrive in the world of sync licensing.
British singer/songwriter James Bay shares how he chases catchy melodies and valuable lessons learned playing in small venues, among other topics.
GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter Jazmine Sullivan opens up about how overcoming a bad relationship incited Reality Show, her first new studio album in five years.
GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter Jhené Aiko discusses how the completion of her debut studio album, Souled Out, lifted a weight off her shoulders.
Aloe Blacc is interviewed on the red carpet at the 57th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 8, 2015, at Staples Center in Los Angeles.
GRAMMY winners Melissa Etheridge, John Mellencamp and Willie Nelson were among the performers at Lean On Me: A Celebration Of Music And Philanthropy, the 17th Annual GRAMMY Foundation Legacy Concert. The sold-out event took place Feb.
GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter Nick Jonas discusses beginning a new chapter with his 2014 self-titled album and collaborating with Demi Lovato on "Avalanche."
José Hernández, GRAMMY-nominated Mexican conductor of Mariachi Sol De México, recently visited The Recording Academy for an exclusive performance and to discuss his mariachi roots and the importance of music education.
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.
Pop singer/songwriter Austin Mahone recently visited The Recording Academy to discuss how social media helped him land a record deal, his affinity for country and R&B music and the process of collaborating with GRAMMY-winning producer RedOne on his debut EP, The Secret.
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."
The GRAMMYs took center stage during the music portion of the annual South by Southwest festival taking place March 11–16 in Austin, Texas.