While On The Road at Lollapalooza 2019, Nashville trio Judah & The Lion sat down with the Recording Academy to talk about their third studio album, Pep Talks, its poignant themes and helping fans to have hope in their lives through music.
While On The Road At Lollapalooza 2019, Norwegian DJ and producer Matoma sat down with the Recording Academy to talk about his single "Bruised Not Broken," working with MNEK, when his next single is coming out and more.
While On The Road at Lollapalooza 2019, DJ/Producer Whethan talks to the Recording Academy about what to expect on his upcoming debut album, working with longtime heroes Strfkr, playing in his hometown of Chicago and more.
While On The Road at Lollapalooza 2019, rising electropop trio SHAED sat down with the Recording Academy to talk about living the dream as they travel the world, the meaning behind their hit song "Trampoline" and new music and unannounced collabrations that they have in store.
While On The Road at Lollapalooza 2019, L.A. Producer/DJ Elephante chatted with the Recording Academy about his latest single, "Diamond Days," upcoming tour, how he "keeps it fresh" and more.
The funky dance music duo shares the importance of going back to their musical roots on their latest album.
The singer/songwriter talks how much of himself went into his debut album and what it was like working with Camila Cabello.
The English indie band learned a lot while making their EP. Learn how it helped them make their debut album.
The funk/soul group explains the team effort behind their latest single and why it's important for them to keep the family vibes alive in the band.
The dubstep legend is "a huge geek" for the early '90s rave sound and says he's working more of it into his music. He also shares that he's more productive since becoming a father.
The all-female band talks about their growth as artists and how music can help by "dancing through the pain."
The up-and-coming singer/songwriter gets into the theme behind his latest EP and more.
"I feel like there's so much for me to soak up," said the California rapper after life on the road with the two artists.
The GRAMMY-nominated group shares why it's so important to them to make music for kids that tackles the "tough stuff."
U.S. hip-hop is giving a lift to this up-and-comer from Ireland as legendary rap producer Mike Dean takes Kennedy into the remix.
Learn how this committed producer used his first break from touring in six years to create the music for his project's first album.