Garbage - Songwriting
Seattle-based electronic production duo Odesza reveal how their production process has grown and changed from their critically acclaimed 2014 release, In Return, to their forthcoming LP, A Moment Apart.
Rising R&B star Khalid reveals the subject matter and inspiration behind his hit debut single "Location," which climbed to No. 16 on the Billboard 100 and was certified platinum all before the young singer's 19th birthday.
Austin Richard Post, aka Post Malone, sat down with The Recording Academy to discuss his platinum-certified hit single "Congratulations," featuring Quavo from Migos, and produced by Metro Boomin, Fank Dukes and Louis Bell.
Jeremy Lloyd and Samantha Gongol of Philadelphia-based synth-R&B duo Marian Hill discuss the formation of "Down," their sleeper hit single that climbed to No. 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 early this year.
Singer Anthony Hamilton and producer/songwriter Jermaine Dupri sat down with producer Boo Mitchell to discuss their humble beginnings, and how they transitioned from singing in choirs and working as session singers tracking background vocals to being successful entertainers, producers and songwriters.
The Head And The Heart sat down with The Recording Academy to discuss how their collaboration with Oscar-winning director Cameron Crowe on his television show Roadies reinvigorated their interest in an unfinished song from their previous album, 2013's Let's Be Still.
Dan Auerbach stopped by the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. Live for a special live-streamed conversation with Museum Executive Director Scott Goldman.
Jack Antonoff visited The Recording Academy headquarters for an exclusive performance of the Bleachers' new single, "Don't Take The Money." After his performance, we sat down with Antonoff to hear the story behind the song.
Royal Blood sat down with The Recording Academy to discuss the "breakthrough moment" behind the writing process for their latest single, "Lights Out."
GRAMMY winners Geezer Butler and Ozzy Osbourne of Black Sabbath recently visited the GRAMMY Museum and discussed their love for the Beatles, collaborating with Rick Rubin on their GRAMMY-nominated album 13, songwriting, and creating Black Sabbath 45 years ago, among other topics.