The GRAMMY-winning singer/songwriter serves the tea on what sets his mood before every performance on the inaugural episode of GRAMMY.com’s Herbal Tea & White Sofas, a new series where artists reveal their backstage must-haves.
One of rap's breakout stars of 2020, Jack Harlow discusses his first GRAMMY nomination, adjusting to the visibility of fame and the everlasting staying power of "Whats Poppin."
Introduced by a monologue by author/entrepreneur Lewis Howes, Mali Music performs his full-hearted tribute to Godly grace.
The outspoken Chilean singer/songwriter Francisca Valenzuela sings of womanhood and will to power.
The century-old movement from Gustav Holst's The Planets suite gets a socially distanced big-band makeover from the Jeremy Levy Jazz Orchestra.
After an encouraging monologue from celebrity host, journalist and producer Derrial Christon, gospel singer/songwriter DOE sings of seeing the forest for the trees.
Actress and singer Lauren Patten tells GRAMMY.com about the "surreal" and "shocking" moment when she found out about her nomination for Best Musical Theater Album for her performance in the Broadway smash, "Jagged Little Pill."
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Martín Perna and Duke Amayo of Brooklyn Afrobeat ensemble Antibalas relive the exciting and proud moment when they found out about their nomination for Best Global Music Album at the 2021 GRAMMYs Awards Show.
The breakout country star has a few Saturday-morning favorites on his rider—just don't put breakfast potatoes anywhere near him.
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.
For the latest episode of Press Play At Home, mop-haired Canadian singer Ryland James belts out a soul-fried version of his track “Water.”
Led off by a heart-strengthening monologue from inspirational speaker Daniel LaPorte, the gospel greats offer a gorgeous take on the Pete Seeger classic.
The hip-hop greats won their first GRAMMY for Best Rap Performance By A Duo Or Group for “You Got Me” from 1999’s Things Fall Apart.