For the latest episode of our ReImagined cover series, rising Los Angeles pop artist Will Jay brings lively melodrama to *NSYNC's 2000 GRAMMY-nominated classic "Bye Bye Bye." The 24-year-old crooner delivers enough emotion and flair for all five band members, stamping the Y2K gem with his honest and emotional brand of pop.
Back at the 2001 GRAMMYs, the beloved boy band earned three GRAMMY nominations, including Record Of The Year and Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal for "Bye Bye Bye" and Best Pop Vocal Album for No Strings Attached. Jay released his debut album, Perfectionist, this June.
Cleveland, Ohio-born, L.A.-based singer/songwriter Durand Bernarr Incorporates musical flavors inspirations from everywhere from music theater to gospel, Rick James to Erykah Badu, creating a sound and a style all his own. In a stripped-down performance of "Melody" for the Recording Academy's Press Play At Home series, Bernarr gives fans a taste of what's to come from his forthcoming album 'DUR&' featuring Ari Lennox and Kaytranada, due out summer 2020.
Take a look back at Public Enemy's best-known song, which originally dropped as part of the soundtrack to Spike Lee's 1989 film 'Do The Right Thing.' "Fight The Power" later came out on Public Enemy's 1990 studio album, 'Fear of a Black Planet.' It was later nominated for a GRAMMY for Best Rap Performance at the 1990 GRAMMY Awards.
For the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, GRAMMY.com revisits the 28th GRAMMY Awards when the star-studded charity single "We Are The World," penned by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie and produced by Quincy Jones, took home Song Of The Year.
The country kingpin sings a stripped-down rendition of "Something Like That" as a part of the Recording Academy's "United We Sing: A GRAMMY Salute To The Unsung Heroes" special.
R&B and soul have undoubtedly influenced pop singer JoJo. In the latest edition of ReImagined, she pays tribute to Maxwell, one of the most celebrated contemporary soul singers, with a cover of his GRAMMY-winning song about letting a lover go. The song won Best Male R&B Vocal Performance at the 52nd GRAMMY Awards.