Look back at how Havana native Celia Cruz became an icon on her way to three GRAMMY Awards, four Latin GRAMMY Awards and a Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award.
When they first approached creating The Score, The Fugees were hoping to win the battle. Twenty-five years later—as shown in the latest episode of For The Record—we see now that they won the war.
As 2Pac's final album to be released during his lifetime, All Eyez On Me saw the rapper embracing his "Thug Life" style and image, while also offering a sprawling look at one of rap's brightest artists ever
Backed by a classic Motown-ish stomp, the alt-pop singer/songwriter LP performs her pleading, yearning 2020 single "The One That You Love."
Take a moment to reflect and salute the members of the music community who we lost in 2020.
A 2021 GRAMMY Hall Of Fame inductee, The Low End Theory, released in 1991, saw A Tribe Called Quest reinvent the wheel yet again, marrying the sounds of jazz and hip-hop and solidifying the group's artistic legacy.
Revered as one of the greatest albums of all time, Carole King's 1971 chart-topping, multiplatinum classic Tapestry solidified the singer/songwriter genre and forever cemented her as an iconic artist and songwriter.
Released in January 2011, 21 expanded Adele's sound across timeless heartbreak songs, including "Rolling In The Deep" and "Someone Like You," and crowned the English singer/songwriter a star.
"I want to thank our fans, the people that got us on this stage…without them, there would be no us," Macklemore said.
For the first episode of GRAMMY Rewind in 2021, GRAMMY.com travels back to 1977, when the First Lady of Song, Ella Fitzgerald, took home her eighth GRAMMY win.
For the latest episode of GRAMMY.com's ReImagined cover series, Latinx alt-pop artist Victor Internet brings sunny, backyard-party vibes to Bobby Brown's GRAMMY-winning 1989 hit, "Every Little Step."
For today's episode of GRAMMY Rewind, GRAMMY.com celebrates eternal pop diva Christina Aguilera's 40th birthday by revisiting her Best New Artist win at the 2000 GRAMMYs.
"Some advanced technology is eating through my brain," Tasjan laments at the start of the lively folk-rock song.
For the latest episode of our For The Record video series, GRAMMY.com takes a look at the band's 2000 experimental masterpiece, which earned them their second GRAMMY.
The collaborative song celebrates the omnipresent and all-powerful love of God and faith.
For today's episode of GRAMMY Rewind, GRAMMY.com takes a trip back to 1984, when London New Wave group Culture Club won Best New Artist.