Love is in the air in the latest edition of ReImagined At Home, as singer/songwriter WYATT warmly covers Eric Clapton's GRAMMY-winning 1996 single "Change the World."
For the latest edition of GRAMMY.com's cover series, Nigerian singer Oxlade puts his heart and powerful vocals on full display in this exclusive performance.
In the latest episode of the ReImagined At Home cover series, Colombian band Monsieur Periné perform a gorgeous rendition of Coldplay's 2008 GRAMMY-winning song, "Viva La Vida."
In the newest episode of GRAMMY.com's cover series, watch Mexican singer/songwriter Silvana Estrada perform an enchanting rendition of Jorge Drexler's Latin GRAMMY-nominated song "Al otro lado del río."
Singer/songwriter Ant Clemons puts his own spin on Bill Withers' immortal "Ain't No Sunshine" in an exclusive performance for ReImagined At Home.
In the latest episode of ReImagined At Home, singer/songwriter Keara Graves performs H.E.R.'s "Focus" with sincerity and heart.
In the latest episode of ReImagined At Home, singer/songwriter Alaina Castillo shows off her magnetism and confidence while performing Ella Mai's "Boo'd Up."
In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, watch the legendary Stevie Wonder win the GRAMMY for Album of the Year for Innervisions at the 16th GRAMMY Awards in 1974.
For the latest episode of ReImagined At Home, the singer-pianist delivers a pitch-perfect take on the Taylor Swift favorite.
For the latest episode of ReImagined, Nashville-based singer/songwriter Aaron Lee Tasjan delivers a haunting piano ballad rendition of R.E.M.'s GRAMMY-winning breakout hit, "Losing My Religion."
For the latest episode of GRAMMY.com's ReImagined At Home cover series, Latinx alt-pop artist Victor Internet brings sunny, backyard-party vibes to Bobby Brown's GRAMMY-winning 1989 hit, "Every Little Step."
Listen to GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter Noel Schajris perform Phil Collins' song that brings attention to homelessness.
For the latest episode of our ReImagined cover series, the rising L.A. artist delivers enough emotion and flair for all five band members, stamping the Y2K gem with his honest and emotional brand of pop.
Watch the late soul icon accept one of his first two GRAMMY wins at the 1972 GRAMMY Awards for the music from "Shaft."
The Kansas City-bred singer/harpist spoke to the Recording Academy about his albums, reimagining "Toxic" on the harp and more.