The Houston R&B singer talks his creative process, how he began making music, the meaning behind new EP PHOENIX MODE, why he hasn’t had any vocal collabs, and getting ready for his first full-length album. Plus, hear what he thinks of all the superstars that have come out of his Houston hometown.
Country music singer/songwriter Caylee Hammack takes us through a day in her life spent in quarantine. She brings us along as she does media interviews, records music, tends to her herb garden and froths milk (she loves espresso!).
"Welcome to 'Solid Gold!' Starting right now and for every week to come, we're gonna bring you the biggest hit records in the country, some by the people that made them famous," host Dionne Warwick said during its debut episode on Sept. 15, 1980. The GRAMMY-winning singer hosted the entire first season, after which would go on to be hosted by Andy Gibb, Arsenio Hall and others for the remaining seven seasons.
GRAMMY.com celebrates the 40th anniversary of the launch of the shimmering '80s music TV show in our third-ever episode of the one-minute History Of video series.
In this week's episode of Positive Vibes Only, three-time GRAMMY-nominated gospel singer-songwriter Jonathan McReynolds performs a blissful acoustic rendition of his moving 2018 song, "God Is Good," while pastor and entrepreneur Real Talk Kim delivers some "real talk" on the importance of self-confidence.
For the latest GRAMMY Rewind, we revisit Atlanta rap giant Ludacris' Best Rap Album win at the 2007 GRAMMYs. He won the award for his fifth studio album, Release Therapy, which dropped in September 2006 on Disturbing tha Peace/Def Jam. Its hit single, "Money Maker" featuring Pharrell Williams, would also win Best Rap Song that evening.
In his acceptance speech, he rolls off an epic number of thank yous into the time window with ease and dedicates the golden gramophone to his father, Wayne Bridges, who would sadly die later that month.
In the latest edition of Press Play, Chicago rap elite G Herbo and GRAMMY winner Chance the Rapper pay tribute to their late friend and collaborator Juice WRLD with an exclusive performance of "PTSD." The song addresses mental health and serves as the title track of Herbo's latest album, which debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200.