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 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."
The West Coast rapper shares who he'd love to work with, what city he'd like to perform in next, some of his favorites and more.
We caught up with the Thirty Seconds To Mars frontman to chat about the band’s latest album, his creative method, collaborating with Halsey and more.
From Little Richard to Evanescence, check out some of the Biggest Night In Music's most unexpected moments, and don’t forget to watch the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards on Sunday, Feb. 10 on CBS.
The Chicago-born singer/songwriter performs his latest release, "Burn The Witch," letting his aptly self-described sound of "ecstatic joy and painful anguish" take you on a journey on the latest episode of the Recording Academy's newest video series, Press Play.
The influential rock group dissect the making of their latest album and what's changed over the course of their career.
We go behind-the-scenes with the GRAMMY-winning rock musician and learn about the many artists he finds inspiration from, where he feels most creatively charged, the message behind his new album, and more.