In the latest episode of Up Close & Personal, GRAMMY-winning producer/artist DJ Khaled discusses his vision for his chart-topping 12th studio album, KHALED KHALED, and explains the significant impact of pairing former rap rivals JAY-Z and Nas together in the studio for album track "SORRY NOT SORRY."
Embrace the last moments of summer as 5 Seconds Of Summer lead singer Luke Hemmings performs "Baby Blue," a single off his 2021 debut solo album, When Facing The Things We Turn Away From, in the latest episode of Press Play At Home.
In the latest heartwarming episode of GRAMMY.com's annual Meet The First-Time GRAMMY Nominee series, K-pop superstars BTS share their excitement for their Best Pop Duo/Group Performance nomination and "overflowing gratitude" for their fans. The group tells us where they were when they found out, how they reacted at the moment and who were the first people they called.
In the debut episode of Global Spin, a brand-new performance series spotlighting global music and international artists, Dominican singer/songwriter/producer the Change delivers an electrifying performance of her 2019 single "Imperio."
In the newest episode of the Press Play At Home live performance series, watch Los Angeles alternative-pop band the Marías deliver a hypnotizing performance of "Un Millón," a Spanish-language track off their 2021 debut album, CINEMA.
In a televised message to all viewers of the 2021 GRAMMY Awards show, Harvey Mason jr., the Interim President and Chief Executive Officer of The Recording Academy, cuts to the essence of the role music plays in our lives. He then segues into why it’s important for The Recording Academy to listen harder to marginalized voices in the music community and create a more just creative world for all. Watch Mason jr.’s heartening dispatch from the 63rd GRAMMY Awards here.
There are many prestigious honors every year at the GRAMMY Awards, but Best New Artist carries a patina all its own. For artists from Carrie Underwood to Mariah Carey to Chance the Rapper, it was a feather in their cap when their name was called from the stage. In the latest episode of GRAMMY Flashback, take a one-minute tour throughout GRAMMY history as a litany of musical heroes rise to their feet and accept the honor of Best New Artist. Tune into the 2021 GRAMMY Awards show this Sunday, March 14 to find out who the next Best New Artist will be!