In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch Alejandro Sanz win the Latin GRAMMY for Record Of The Year for 'Tu No Tienes Alma' at the 6th Latin GRAMMY Awards in 2005.
In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch U2 accept the GRAMMY for Record Of The Year for "Beautiful Day" with great fanfare at the 43rd GRAMMY Awards in 2001.
At the 50th GRAMMY Awards in 2008, the first year she was nominated, Amy Winehouse took home five GRAMMY Awards, including Record Of The Year and Song Of The Year for "Rehab" as well as Best New Artist.
In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch Coldplay deliver an understated speech at the 46th GRAMMY Awards after winning Record Of The Year for "Clocks."
In the debut episode of GRAMMY.com's Black Sounds Beautiful series, a special series honoring Black music and culture in all its forms, learn about the many ways in which Beyoncé's words, music and initiatives have celebrated and elevated the Black community and how she remains a steadfast fighter for the accomplishments of Black people everywhere.
In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch Kanye West and Estelle present an emotional Adele with the GRAMMY for Best New Artist at the 51st GRAMMY Awards in 2009.
In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch jazz singer/bassist/composer Esperanza Spalding win Best New Artist in 2011 while visibly on cloud nine.
Watch Billie Eilish's speech for Record Of The Year for "Everything I Wanted" at the 63rd GRAMMY Awards.
Watch Beyoncé's speech for Best R&B Performance for "Black Parade" at the 63rd GRAMMY Awards.
Watch Megan Thee Stallion's speech for Best Rap Performance for "Savage" with Beyoncé at the 63rd GRAMMY Awards.
Beyoncé, Blue Ivy & WizKid win Best Music Video for "Black Skin Girl" at the 63rd GRAMMY Awards.
DaBaby is up for Record Of The Year, Best Rap Performance, Best Melodic Rap Performance and Best Rap Song at the 2021 GRAMMY Awards Show.
In the latest episode of GRAMMY Flashback, watch astonished artists from across the decades win the Song Of The Year category, one of the most prestigious awards every year at the GRAMMYs.
One of rap's breakout stars of 2020, Jack Harlow discusses his first GRAMMY nomination, adjusting to the visibility of fame and the everlasting staying power of "Whats Poppin."