Watch 19-year-old singer/songwriter John-Robert give one of Fiona Apple’s most successful tracks “Criminal” new life with a stripped-down version. The song, which is about sexuality and power and was a single off her 1996 debut Tidal, won the celebrated alternative singer/songwriter the Best Female Rock Vocal Performance GRAMMY at the 40th GRAMMY Awards.
Follow us down the Big Easy as we hear from producer/engineer Misha Kachkachishvili, studio owner and lead engineer at New Orleans' own Esplanade Studios. In the latest episode of Behind The Board, Kachkachishvili dishes on how he learned to be a producer, what he saw in the raw space that became Esplanade and where the real magic heard on a record comes from... his answer might surprise you.
In true '90s Chili Pepper fashion, the band accepted the award mostly shirtless, with only Chad Smith donning a shirt. Frontman Anthony Kiedis rocks his long hair down, wearing just a golden, floral skirt, name dropping Little Richard, Sinéad O'Connor and Howard Stern and thanking Mother Nature "for giving this universe music."
The song was released in September 1991 as the lead single to their fifth studio album, Blood Sugar Sex Magik, which followed later that year.
JoJo is back with good to know, her first new album since 2016’s Mad Love. In her new song “Man,” she makes it clear that if she’s going to leave her beloved singledom, it’s going to be for someone that knows how to love her the way she loves herself. Watch a special performance of the single in the latest edition of Press Play and check out good to know, out now.
GRAMMY winner St. Vincent took the stage in style to perform Prince's "Controversy," during "Let's Go Crazy: The GRAMMY Salute To Prince." "Prince's music means so much to all of us," she said of one of her biggest inspirations and fellow guitar hero.
The “Tempo” pop powerhouse sat down with ‘Cuz I Love You’ producer Ricky Reed to talk creative process, making her vision heard, how college can help someone stand out in the music business and more. Plus watch as GRAMMY U correspondent Emilie Menasse takes you behind the scenes of it all.