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62nd GRAMMY Awards Nominations FAQ

Did your artist receive a GRAMMY nomination? See below for answers to publicists' frequently asked questions

GRAMMYs/Nov 20, 2019 - 05:46 pm

For your convenience, we've listed answers to some of our most frequently asked questions. Check back for regular updates as we continue to provide information leading up to the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards®.  

TICKETING
PUBLICIST INFORMATION (RED CARPET & MEDIA CENTER)
GRAMMY AWARDS PREMIERE CEREMONY
GRAMMY AWARDS LIVE TELECAST
LOCATIONS, LOGISTICS AND SECURITY
MISCELLANEOUS

TICKETING

  1. I represent a nominated artist. How do they obtain tickets for the 62nd GRAMMY Awards?
    Following the nominations announcement on Nov. 20, 2019, a Recording Academy® Awards department representative will personally reach out to all nominated artists regarding the ticketing process.
     
  2. How many tickets does my nominated artist receive?
    If your nominated artist is a member of the Recording Academy, he/she is entitled to two complimentary tickets and has the option to buy two additional tickets at the preferred member price.

    If your nominated artist is not a member of the Recording Academy, he/she is entitled to one complimentary ticket, one discounted nominee companion ticket, and has the option to buy two additional tickets at regular price.

    If your nominated artist is a member of a band, each member will receive ticketing options depending on their Recording Academy membership status. There are some restrictions to groups and ensembles with more than 10 members.

    <p>All Nominees must RSVP by <b>Friday, Jan. 3, 2020</b>&nbsp;in order to secure their tickets.</p>
    
    <p>Please reach out to the <a href="mailto:ticketing@grammy.com">ticketing department</a> for further information.</p>
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    <p><strong>Where can my artist pick up tickets to attend the 62nd&nbsp;GRAMMY Awards&nbsp;and GRAMMY </strong><b>Celebration</b><sup>®</sup><strong> after-party? </strong><br />
    Los Angeles Convention Center (West Hall Entrance, Room 508, 1201 South Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90015)</p>
    
    <p>Tickets for Recording Academy members and guests can be picked up Jan. 21-24, 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. PT and Jan. 25, 9:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m. PT.&nbsp;</p>
    
    <p>Tickets for current nominees and guests with Diamond seating can be picked up Jan. 23-24, 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. PT and Jan. 25, 9:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m. PT.</p>
    
    <p>Please note the GRAMMY<b><sup>®</sup></b> Ticketing Office will be closed on show day</p>
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If you have additional questions regarding tickets, please contact ticketing@grammy.com.

PUBLICIST INFORMATION (RED CARPET & MEDIA CENTER)

  1. My artist is nominated for a GRAMMY. How can I apply for a 62nd GRAMMY Awards publicist credential?
    Credential applications can be submitted here. The deadline for submissions is Dec. 9 at 5:00 p.m. PT.
     
  2. When do I find out the status of my publicist credential application? 
    A representative from Sunshine Sachs will reach out regarding the status of your application beginning Dec. 16
     
  3. My publicist credential application has been approved. Where and when can I pick up my credential?
    Los Angeles Convention Center (West Hall Entrance, Room 510, 1201 South Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA 90015) 

    Credentials can be picked up Jan. 22–24, 8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. PT, and Jan. 25, 8:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. PT.

    <p>Please note credentials cannot be picked up on show day.&nbsp;</p>
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    <li value="4"><strong>My artist is a performer or presenter. </strong><strong>How can I obtain a publicist credential?</strong><br />
    If you represent a performer or presenter, credentials are handled by Chantel Sausedo at Ken Ehrlich Productions. Once your artist is confirmed as a performer or presenter, Chantel will reach out directly with pertinent details.&nbsp;<br />
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    <li value="5"><strong>My artist is a performer or presenter and current nominee. How can I obtain a publicist credential?</strong><br />
    If you represent a performer or presenter who is also a current nominee, credentials are handled by Chantel Sausedo at Ken Ehrlich Productions.&nbsp;Once your artist is confirmed as a performer or presenter, Chantel will reach out directly with pertinent details.&nbsp;<br />
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    <li value="6"><strong>Will there be a scheduled walkthrough where I can obtain important show day information?</strong><br />
    We will host a walkthrough for all credentialed publicists during which we will provide essential information regarding the GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony rundown, media center layout, and red carpet media list. Details regarding date and time will be available in the Publicist Guide, which will be sent to all credentialed publicists beginning <b>Dec. 16</b>.<br />
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    <li value="7"><strong>Does my nominated artist need a credential to walk the red carpet?&nbsp;</strong><br />
    All nominated artists will receive the appropriate red carpet access as part of their nominee ticket packet.&nbsp;<br />
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    <li value="8"><strong>What time does the 62nd&nbsp;GRAMMY Awards&nbsp;red carpet open?&nbsp;</strong><br />
    The red carpet is open 12:00–4:30 p.m. PT.&nbsp;Please note that the red carpet is reserved for current nominees, presenters, performers, and their approved guests only.<br />
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    <li value="9"><b>Is there a different red carpet for the GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony and the live telecast?&nbsp;</b><br />
    No. The same red carpet leads to the GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony and telecast. Nominees will have access to the red carpet from 12:00-4:30 p.m. PT.&nbsp;<br />
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    <li value="10"><strong>Can I RSVP my client to walk the red carpet?&nbsp;&nbsp;</strong><br />
    Red carpet access is by invitation only and reserved for current nominees, presenters, and performers.&nbsp;
    <p>If you represent a current nominee, presenter, or performer, a formal RSVP is not required.&nbsp;Nominees, presenters, and performers will receive the appropriate credentials needed for red carpet access.</p>
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    <li value="11"><strong>Does my credential allow access inside the GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony and telecast?&nbsp;&nbsp;</strong><br />
    Your publicist credential grants you access to the media center inside STAPLES Center; however, it does not allow you to view the GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony or telecast from an audience seat. If you'd like to purchase tickets, please contact the <a href="mailto:ticketing@grammy.com">ticketing department</a>.<br />
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    <li value="12"><strong>Is there a designated area for publicists during the 62nd&nbsp;GRAMMY Awards?&nbsp;</strong><br />
    The media center inside STAPLES Center has a designated lounge for all credentialed publicists. It is accessible during the GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony and telecast.&nbsp;<br />
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    <li value="13"><strong>Are there backstage media opportunities available during the 62nd&nbsp;GRAMMY Awards?</strong><br />
    Yes. The media center is the location for interview and photo opportunities. Publicists will receive a list of participating media during the publicist walkthrough.&nbsp;&nbsp;
    <p>We encourage all presenters, performers, and winning artists to take advantage of the media center and the coverage opportunities it provides.</p>
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If you have additional questions regarding the red carpet and media center, please contact grammys@sunshinesachs.com.

GRAMMY AWARDS PREMIERE CEREMONY

  1. Who can I contact to get my artist on the Premiere Ceremony as a presenter or performer?
    We appreciate your interest in having your artist participate in the Premiere Ceremony. Please direct all inquiries to Bill Freimuth at the Recording Academy.
     
  2. Where and when does the Premiere Ceremony take place? 
    The Premiere Ceremony takes place at the Microsoft Theater (777 Chick Hearn Court, Los Angeles, CA 90015) beginning 12:30 p.m. on Jan. 26. If you have tickets and plan to attend, we recommend you arrive by 12:00 p.m. PT. Approximately 70-75 GRAMMY awards are presented during the Premiere Ceremony. 
     
  3. When will my nominated artist's category be announced on the Premiere Ceremony?
    We share the Premiere Ceremony show rundown during the publicist walkthrough. Details regarding date and time of the walkthrough will be available in the Publicist Guide, which will be sent to credentialed publicists beginning Dec. 16.
     
  4. Does the Premiere Ceremony require a ticket distinct from that of the live telecast?
    No. The same ticket gains entry to both events.
     
  5. Where can I watch the Premiere Ceremony? 
    The Premiere Ceremony will be streamed live on GRAMMY.com starting 3:30 p.m. ET / 12:30 p.m. PT.

GRAMMY AWARDS LIVE TELECAST

  1. Who can I contact to get my artist on the live telecast as a presenter or performer?  
    We appreciate your interest in having your artist participate in the live telecast. Please direct all inquiries to Chantel Sausedo at Ken Ehrlich Productions.
     
  2. Where and when does the live telecast take place? 
    The live telecast takes place at the STAPLES Center (1111 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90015) beginning 8:00 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT on Jan. 26. If you have tickets and plan to attend, we recommend you arrive by 3:30 p.m. PT. Approximately 9-11 award categories will be announced during the telecast.
     
  3. When will my nominated artist's category be announced on the live telecast?    
    The show run-down is ever-changing; therefore, we will not be able to share this information with you prior to the telecast. Artists attending the live telecast will be made aware of upcoming award presentations in real time.
     
  4. Where can I watch the live telecast? 
    The telecast airs Jan. 26 on CBS at 8:00 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT.

LOCATIONS, LOGISTICS, AND SECURITY

  1. My client is a current nominee, presenter, or performer. Will they need a pass so they can be dropped off at the red carpet?
    Current nominees, presenters, and performers walking the carpet will receive a limo pass from the Recording Academy ticketing department as part of the ticket package. The limo pass will grant access to the red-carpet perimeter.
     
  2. Will transportation be provided to and from STAPLES Center?
    No. Attendees are responsible for their own transportation to and from STAPLES Center.
     
  3. Will parking be provided?
    Parking will be provided to presenters and performers only. A representative from Ken Ehrlich Productions will be in touch regarding parking options mid-January. If your client is not a presenter or performer, parking will not be available on-site and all guests must plan accordingly.
     
  4. Where is the GRAMMY Celebration after-party located?
    The GRAMMY Celebration after-party will be located at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Jan. 26 immediately following the live telecast. 
     
  5. Are my client's personal security guards allowed on the red carpet or inside STAPLES Center? 
    Artist security requests will be managed on a case-by-case basis. If approved, only one talent security officer will be credentialed per performer, presenter, or ensemble/band. No artist security escort will be permitted to stand anywhere in the bowl and specifically on the floor, during the show without a seated ticket. Artist security is required to check in and be cleared with show security prior to being considered for a credential.

    LAPD, STAPLES Center, and Recording Academy security will have comprehensive coverage throughout the venue as well as a broad perimeter.

    Talent security inquiries must be directed to grammys@securitydirectors.org or 213.748.1344.

MISCELLANEOUS

  1. What language should I use when posting about the 62nd GRAMMY Awards?
    Please familiarize yourself with our messaging rules, which can be found here.
    <p>When talking about the 62nd GRAMMY Awards via your social media platforms, please use the hashtag #GRAMMYs and tag the Recording Academy. Here are some sample messages:</p>
    
    <p>For nominated artists:<br />
    <em>Honored to be among the nominees for the 62nd #GRAMMYs. Thank you to @RecordingAcad, dreams do come true.</em></p>
    
    <p>For congratulating other nominated artists:<br />
    <em>Congrats to _____. So many talented artists announced by @RecordingAcad as nominees for the 62nd #GRAMMYs. Can't wait to celebrate together!</em></p>
    
    <p>General tune-in info:<br />
    <em>I’m excited to join the entire music community at the 62nd #GRAMMYs Sun January 26, 2020 on @CBS!</em></p>
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    <li><strong>Where can my artist obtain the official nominee social media toolkit?&nbsp;</strong><br />
    Please see below for links to download social media graphics. Both nominees and fans can join in on the conversation on Nov. 20 by congratulating our nominees on social media using #GRAMMYs<br />
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    <a href="https://grammy.box.com/s/ns7z4ckh13tj6o9lrbl8efwkw21dw1kw">General Posting Graphics –</a> Congratulations<br />
    <a href="https://grammy.box.com/s/ol931kiwe8jvv05c8yu0nq64sqjfno4s">Nominee Posting Graphics</a> – Overlays & Examples<br />
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    <li><strong>How do I find and/or tag the official Recording Academy accounts on Social Media?</strong><br />
    Please see URLs below to our official social media accounts. Make sure you look for our verified check mark next to our profile name, tag us, and use the correct hashtag.&nbsp;This makes it more likely we will see you and amplify your post!<br />
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    <strong>Twitter</strong><br />
    @RecordingAcad<br />
    www.<a href="http://www.twitter.com/recordingacad">Twitter.com/RecordingAcad</a><br />
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    <strong>Facebook</strong><br />
    @RecordingAcademy<br />
    www.<a href="http://www.facebook.com/recordingacademy">Facebook.com/Recording Academy</a><br />
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    <strong>Instagram</strong><br />
    @RecordingAcademy<br />
    www.<a href="http://www.instagram.com/recordingacademy">Instagram.com/RecordingAcademy</a><br />
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    <strong>Snapchat</strong><br />
    @RecordingAcad<br />
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    <strong>LinkedIn</strong><br />
    <a href="https://www.linkedin.com/company/recordingacademy/">https://www.linkedin.com/company/recordingacademy/</a><br />
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    <strong>Official Hashtag</strong><br />
    #GRAMMYs<br />
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    <li><strong><strong>Is </strong>my artist allowed to use personal videographers or cameras?</strong><br />
    The Recording Academy, AEG Ehrlich Productions, and CBS strictly prohibit the posting of photos and/or videos from all backstage areas. This includes posting of photos and/or video to social media platforms. Presenters, performers, and other talent associated with the production of the 62nd GRAMMY Awards are not permitted to hire photographers or video crews to attend and/or document the rehearsal process.&nbsp;
    <p>Additionally, on show day, due to Fire Marshal Code, we are unable to accommodate any documentary-style roaming crews, even while in designated media zones such as the red carpet and backstage media center.</p>
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    <p><strong>How do I RSVP myself or my client to GRAMMY Week events?&nbsp;</strong><br />
    All GRAMMY-sanctioned events are by invitation only.&nbsp;Invitations for each event will provide detailed RSVP instructions.</p>
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    <p><strong>Is there a special hotel room rate for current nominees and/or Recording Academy members?</strong><br />
    Yes, current nominees and Recording Academy members are eligible for discounted rooms at the Millennium Biltmore Los Angeles. For more information, contact the Membership department at <a href="mailto:membership@grammy.com">membership@grammy.com</a> or reach out to your local Chapter representative.&nbsp;</p>
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    <p><strong>Will there be access to food or beverage during the GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony and telecast?</strong><br />
    At the Microsoft Theater, complimentary food and drinks will be available at the reception preceding the Premiere Ceremony from 12:00-12:30 p.m. Water will be available at concession stands throughout the duration of the Premiere Ceremony.&nbsp;<br />
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    At STAPLES Center, concessions will be available prior to the telecast from 3:00–4:30 p.m. Water and limited snacks will be available at concession stands throughout the duration of the show.</p>
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Pearl Jam Named Record Store Day 2019 Ambassadors

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Pearl Jam Named Record Store Day 2019 Ambassadors

Pearl Jam's Mike McCready says "if you love music," record stores are the place to find it

GRAMMYs/Feb 13, 2019 - 04:05 am

Record Store Day 2019 will arrive on April 13 and this year's RSD Ambassadors are Pearl Jam. Past ambassadors include Dave Grohl, Metallica, Run The Jewels (Killer Mike and El-P), and 61st GRAMMY Awards winner for Best Rock Song St. Vincent.

McCready was also the 2018 recipient of MusiCares' Stevie Ray Vaughan Award

The band was formed in 1990 by McCready, Jeff Ament, Stone Gossard, and Eddie Vedder, and they have played with drummer Matt Cameron since 2002. They have had five albums reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and four albums reach No. 2.

"Pearl Jam is honored to be Record Store Day's Ambassador for 2019. Independent record stores are hugely important to me," Pearl Jam's Mike McCready said in a statement publicizing the peak-vinyl event. "Support every independent record store that you can. They're really a good part of society. Know if you love music, this is the place to find it."

With a dozen GRAMMY nominations to date, Pearl Jam's sole win so far was at the 38th GRAMMY Awards for "Spin The Black Circle" for Best Hard Rock Performance.

Pearl Jam will be performing on March 3 in Tempe, Ariz. at the Innings festival, on June 15 in Florence, Italy at the Firenze Rocks Festival and at another festival in Barolo, Italy on June 17. On July 6 Pearl Jam will headline London's Wembley Stadium.

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Find Out Who's Nominated For Best Rap Album | 2020 GRAMMY Awards

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Find Out Who's Nominated For Best Rap Album | 2020 GRAMMY Awards

Dreamville, Meek Mill, 21 Savage, Tyler, The Creator, and YBN Cordae all earn nominations in the category

GRAMMYs/Nov 20, 2019 - 06:28 pm

The 2020 GRAMMYs are just around the corner, and now the nominations are in for the coveted honor of Best Rap Album. While we'll have to wait until the 62nd GRAMMY Awards air on CBS on Jan. 26 to find out who will win, let's take a look at which albums have been nominated for Best Rap Album.

Revenge of the Dreamers III – Dreamville                                                                        

 
This star-studded compilation album from 11-time GRAMMY nominee J. Cole and his Dreamville Records imprint features appearances from some of the leading and fastest-rising artists in hip-hop today, including label artists EARTHGANG, J.I.D, and Ari Lennox, plus rappers T.I, DaBaby, and Young Nudy, among many others. Recorded in Atlanta across a 10-day recording session, Revenge of the Dreamers III is an ambitious project that saw more than 300 artists and producers contribute to the album, resulting in 142 recorded tracks. Of those recordings, 18 songs made the final album, which ultimately featured contributions from 34 artists and 27 producers.

Dreamers III, the third installment in the label’s Revenge of the Dreamers compilation series, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and achieved gold status this past July. In addition to a Best Rap Album nod, Dreamers III is also nominated for Best Rap Performance next year for album track “Down Bad,” featuring J.I.D, Bas, J. Cole, EARTHGANG, and Young Nudy.

Championships – Meek Mill

In many ways, Championships represents a literal and metaphorical homecoming for Meek Mill. Released in November 2018, Championships is the Philadelphia rapper’s first artist album following a two-year prison sentence he served after violating his parole in 2017. Championships, naturally, sees Meek tackling social justice issues stemming from his prison experience, including criminal justice reform. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, his second chart-topper following 2015’s Dreams Worth More Than Money, and reached platinum status in June 2019. Meek Mill's 2020 Best Rap Album nod marks his first-ever GRAMMY nomination.

i am > i was – 21 Savage

Breakout rapper and four-time GRAMMY nominee 21 Savage dropped i am > i was, his second solo artist album, at the end of 2018. The guest-heavy album, which features contributions from Post Malone, Childish Gambino, J. Cole, and many others, has since charted around the world, topped the Billboard 200 – a first for the artist – in the beginning of 2019, and achieved gold status in the U.S. As well, nine songs out of the album’s 15 original tracks landed on the Hot 100 chart, including multi-platinum lead single “A Lot,” which is also nominated for Best Rap Song next year. 21 Savage’s 2020 Best Rap Album nomination, which follows Record of the Year and Best Rap/Sung Performance nods for his 2017 Post Malone collaboration, "Rockstar,” marks his first solo recognition in the top rap category.

IGOR – Tyler, The Creator

The eccentric Tyler, The Creator kicked off a massive 2019 with his mid-year album, IGOR. Released this past May, IGOR, Tyler’s fifth solo artist album, is his most commercially successful project to date. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, marking his first time topping the coveted chart, while its lead single, "Earfquake,” peaked at No. 13, his highest entry on the Hot 100. Produced in full by Tyler and featuring guest spots from fellow rap and R&B stars Kanye West, Lil Uzi Vert, Solange, and Playboi Carti, among many others, IGOR follows the rapper’s 2017 album, Flower Boy, which received the Best Rap Album nod that same year.

The Lost Boy – YBN Cordae

Emerging rapper YBN Cordae, a member of the breakout YBN rap collective, released his debut album, The Lost Boy, to widespread critical acclaim this past July. The 15-track release is stacked with major collaborations with hip-hop heavyweights, including Anderson .Paak, Pusha T, Meek Mill, and others, plus production work from J. Cole and vocals from Quincy Jones. After peaking at No. 13 on the Billboard 200, The Lost Boy now notches two 2020 GRAMMY nominations: Best Rap Album and Best Rap Song for album track “Bad Idea,” featuring Chance the Rapper.

Rosalía Announces First Solo North American Tour

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Rosalía Announces First Solo North American Tour

El Mal Querer Tour, named after the Spanish pop star's latest album, will come to Los Angeles on April 17 in between her Coachella performances

GRAMMYs/Mar 20, 2019 - 12:25 am

Rosalía is set to perform at some of the most popular music festivals around the globe, including Primavera Sound in Spain, Lollapalooza (Argentina and Chile) and Coachella, but the Spanish pop star isn't stopping there when she gets to the States. Now, she has announced her first solo North American Tour with a string of dates that will bring her to select cities in the U.S. and Canada.

El Mal Querer Tour, named after her latest album, will come to Los Angeles on April 17 in between her Coachella performances. Then she'll play San Francisco on April 22, New York on April 30 and close out in Toronto on May 2.

 

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"I’m so happy to announce my first solo North American tour dates," the singer tweeted.

Rosalía won Best Alternative Song and Best Fusion/ Urban Interpretation at the 19th Latin GRAMMY Awards in November and has been praised for bringing flamenco to the limelight with her hip-hop and pop beats. During her acceptance speech she gave a special shout-out to female artists who came before her, including Lauryn Hill and Bjork. 

Rosalía has been getting some love herself lately, most notably from Alicia Keys, who gave the Spanish star a shout-out during an acceptance speech, and Madonna, who featured her on her Spotify International Women's Day Playlist. 

Tickets for the tour go on sale March 22. For more tour dates, visit Rosalía's website.

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Brittany Howard, Brandi Carlile, Leon Bridges, 2 Chainz & More Join Small Business Live Benefit Livestream

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Brittany Howard, Brandi Carlile, Leon Bridges, 2 Chainz & More Join Small Business Live Benefit Livestream

Proceeds from the event will be go toward loans to small businesses founded by people of color, with additional support to women-owned and immigrant-owned businesses, via Accion Opportunity Fund

GRAMMYs/Jun 16, 2020 - 04:13 am

This Saturday, June 20, artists including Brittany Howard, Brandi Carlile, Leon Bridges, 2 Chainz and more will come together for Small Business Live, a livestream fundraiser event for small businesses facing challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Proceeds from the livestream will go to Accion Opportunity Fund to support small businesses founded by people of color, with additional support to women-owned and immigrant-owned businesses.

“Entrepreneurs of color are denied credit more often and charged higher rates for money they borrow to fund their businesses. We need to accelerate support to underserved businesses in order to reach our full potential,” Accion Opportunity Fund CEO Luz Urrutia said. “We have to decide what we want our Main Streets to look like when this is over, and we must act decisively to keep small businesses alive and ready to rebuild. This is a fun way to do something really important. Everyone’s support will make a huge difference to small business owners, their families and employees who have been devastated by this pandemic, the recession, and centuries of racism, xenophobia and oppression.”

Tune in for Small Business Live Saturday, June 20 from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. EDT on smallbiz.live. The site also provides a full schedule of programs and links to watch the livestream on all major digital platforms. To learn more about Accion Opportunity Fund, visit the organization's website.

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