Watch pop sensation Celine Dion accept the Record Of The Year GRAMMY for "Titanic" power ballad "My Heart Will Go On" at the 41st GRAMMY Awards in 1999.
Watch Billie Eilish’s speech for Record Of The Year at the 62nd GRAMMY Awards.
In this latest edition of GRAMMY Rewind, watch David Foster and late pop great Whitney Houston accept the Record Of The Year GRAMMY for power ballad "I Will Always Love You" at the 36th GRAMMY Awards in 1994.
Who brought their fashion A-game to the 61st GRAMMY Awards red carpet? Find out by watching our exclusive red carpet recap.
Alan Hicks, Rashida Jones and Paula DuPré Pesmen accept Best Music Film for Quincy.
The smash hit album's fresh R&B fusion was an original mix that led pop music into an unprecedented hybrid sound the world embraced.
Watch Bruno Mars accept Record Of The Year at the 60th GRAMMY Awards.
Take a trip through GRAMMY history and look back at some of the incredible artists and albums that have been recognized for Album Of The Year.
From "Bridge Over Troubled Water" to "Rolling In The Deep" and beyond, get a taste of the esteemed roster of winners for Record Of The Year.
Meet the nominees for Record Of The Year for the 60th GRAMMY Awards, taking place Jan. 28, 2018, in New York City.
Watch Luis Fonsi accept the Latin GRAMMY for Record Of The Year.
The seventh and final single from 1982's Thriller was another milestone on the King of Pop's road to GRAMMY history.
What's the scariest song of all time? From Tom Waits and Warren Zevon to scary scores and nursey rhymes, a variety of artists weigh in with their pick.
Michael Jackson's 'Bad' came out in 1987 and now 30 years later Garrett looks back over the behind-the-scenes process that resulted in a great hit.
Michael Jackson receives the GRAMMY Legend Award, presented by his sister Janet Jackson, at the 35th GRAMMY Awards in 1993.