In "On Location: L.A." host Charlie Travers meets up with singer/songwriter Jade Novah, who takes her to one of her favorite spots in L.A., the welcoming, crystal-filled House of Intuition. There she tells us a bit about her debut album, All Blue.
The Kenyan-American singer recently stopped by the Recording Academy for our latest episode of Up Close & Personal, and shared what fans can expect on her next LP (more of her) and explained the empowering backstory behind "Swalalala."
We get Up Close & Personal with the "Crush Culture" singer on everything from the vision behind his music videos and his favorite part about touring to his biggest musical influences.
"I like bass music. I'm seven foot, 350, I consider myself hard, when I played on the basketball court I was hard. I like the hard drops," the NBA Hall of Famer told us before his lit Lolla set.
"I just like [to perform] any song where loads of people sing along, basically. It's one of the best feelings in the world for us," James Hatcher, one half of the British duo electro-soul duo, told us.
"I'm transitioning to being a live act, so being able to sing at Lolla for the first time was a really amazing accomplishment," the L.A.-based singer/DJ/producer shared, beaming, right after her big Lolla moment.
"I feel like I'm kind of putting energy back into this thing that gave me so much. So, I sit here today feeling like I'm exactly where I'm supposed to be," the L.A.-born singer/songwriter told the Recording Academy in the latest episode of Up Close & Personal.
The Recording Academy got Up Close & Personal with the L.A.-based singer/songwriter to learn what kind of shift he felt when following his passion and moving to L.A. to pursue music.
The Recording Academy went On The Road to visit our neighbors in West Hollywood, catching up with artists at LA Pride 2019 during the 49th annual LA Pride Parade and the star-studded Pride Festival.
The rapper took us behind YG’s Latino-inspired single he is featured on and described the vibe when he joins forces with another Los Angeles rapper.
Join us on Randall's Island for exclusive backstage interviews and coverage from N.Y.C.'s summer kickoff festival.
The GRAMMY-winning disco singer shares how getting signed to the iconic label in 1972 positively shifted the trajectory of her career.
We learn how BSB define themselves in 2019, what the 20th anniversary of their iconic 'Millennium' album means to them, their favorite part about sharing their story with the GRAMMY Museum, and more.
The GRAMMY-winning popstar celebrates Aretha with a cover of "Until You Come Back To Me."
The shade-wearing singer's tribute and many more will air on CBS on March 10 as part of "Aretha! A GRAMMY Celebration For The Queen Of Soul."
His tribute and many more will air on CBS on March 10 as part of "Aretha! A GRAMMY Celebration For The Queen Of Soul."