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Global Spin: Watch South Korean Singer/Songwriter B.I Perform A Luxurious Version Of "Nineteen"

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Global Spin: Watch South Korean Singer/Songwriter B.I Perform A Luxurious Version Of "Nineteen"

In the newest episode of Global Spin, watch K-pop artist B.I — the first Korean artist to be featured in this series — represent South Korea with an atmospheric performance of "Nineteen"

GRAMMYs/Jan 4, 2022 - 08:59 pm

Illumined by city lights and festooned with bling, South Korean singer/songwriter B.I performs with panache. In the latest episode of Global Spin, a performance series spotlighting global music and international artists, the 25-year-old displays charisma and stage presence beyond his years while performing his song "Nineteen."

"Leave me alone/ Been moody lately/ If it's not done my way/ We won't be able to talk," he croons in Korean. "I wanna be free, I wanna be free every day."

By the chorus, he envisages himself as a "bird thrown into a cloud," which takes on added weight as he performs before a jaw-dropping vista, with fluorescence reflected on a body of water.

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In the above video, watch B.I — the first Korean artist to be featured in this series — deliver an electric performance of his impactful song.

Enjoy the captivating clip and keep checking back for more episodes of Global Spin.

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Global Spin: Watch South Korean Phenoms Viviz Perform An Irresistible Version Of "Bop Bop!"
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Global Spin: Watch South Korean Phenoms Viviz Perform An Irresistible Version Of "Bop Bop!"

In this episode of Global Spin, a video series highlighting exceptional artists from around the globe, watch South Korean group Viviz perform their scintillating song "Bop Bop!"

GRAMMYs/Apr 26, 2022 - 04:47 pm

We may live in an era where cultural borders are vanishing, but have you ever considered K-pop with Latin rhythms? If not, feast your ears on Viviz.

Hailing from South Korea, the trio performs their vibrant, disco-tinged single "Bop Bop!" from the Dongdaemun Design Plaza in their hometown of Seoul.

With flowers in their hair and a troupe of dancers in tow, the Viviz girls deliver a flawless performance — one that’ll get you moving right along with them.

In this episode of Global Spin, a video series spotlighting spectacular artists around the world, get to know Viviz in all their hyper-melodic, continent-spanning glory.

Enjoy the performance above and keep checking back for more episodes of Global Spin.

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Japanese Breakfast, Blackpink, Enhypen, Stray Kids, Mxmtoon & More | Listen To GRAMMY.com's AAPI Month 2022 Playlist
(Clockwise L-R): ENHYPEN, Karen O, Arooj Aftab, Japanese Breakfast, mxmtoon, Jhené Aiko

Source Photos (Clockwise L-R): The Chosunilbo JNS/Imazins via Getty Images; Rick Kern/WireImage; Scott Dudelson/Getty Images for Coachella; Scott Dudelson/Getty Images for Coachella; FilmMagic/FilmMagic for Outside Lands; Scott Dudelson/Getty Images for Coachella

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Japanese Breakfast, Blackpink, Enhypen, Stray Kids, Mxmtoon & More | Listen To GRAMMY.com's AAPI Month 2022 Playlist

As we celebrate the contributions of AAPI artists throughout the month of May, GRAMMY.com presents a genre-spanning playlist of emerging and established artists you should know, including BTS, Jhené Aiko, B.I, TWICE, Arooj Aftab, and many more.

GRAMMYs/May 19, 2022 - 11:02 pm

Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) musicians have created a plethora of transformative art, which is ripe for exploration. To help you do it, GRAMMY.com has put together a 30-song list with music from AAPI musicians including Luna Li, Wallice, Weston Estate, Kainalu and OHYUNG, along with other AAPI artists you should know like Deb Never, Lucy Liyou and Sunset Rollercoaster. You may even find your new favorite artist along the way.

This playlist spans genres and moods, and its primary goal is to expose you to fantastic new AAPI artists you might not find in less curated places, like your motionless Spotify algorithm or crooning through your car radio. You can think of this playlist as a first-rate tasting menu of what AAPI-made music has to offer — something to turn to when you’re looking for solidarity, inspiration or just some really good music.  

Listen to GRAMMY.com’s official 2022 AAPI Month playlist below and follow the Recording Academy/GRAMMYs on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and PandoraPlaylist powered by GRAMMY U.

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Global Spin: The Change Goes On A Trek For Her Electric, Hillside Performance Of "Imperio"

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Global Spin: The Change Goes On A Trek For Her Electric, Hillside Performance Of "Imperio"

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"

GRAMMYs/Sep 29, 2021 - 04:14 am

It's fitting that the debut episode of GRAMMY.com's Global Spin series, a brand-new performance series spotlighting global music and international artists, kicks off with a sunrise performance from Dominican artist the Change.

In just three years since she released her first single, she has organically generated a fan base of more than 2 million monthly Spotify listeners off songs she wrote and produced entirely by herself. In fact, according to the Change, she recorded "Imperio," the track she performs in this installment of Global Spin, on her cell phone.

Watch her performance of the touching single below.

The Change's songwriting ability shines bright on "Imperio," which she describes as one of the most personal songs she's ever written, thanks to the track's strong hook; in it, she bounces back and forth from her lover making her feel like a girl again to not being afraid to age—so long as her partner is there along the way.

For now, the multitalented singer/songwriter/producer only has a handful of songs under her belt. But after signing to Warner Music earlier this year, the Change is primed to bring her flag to new heights.

Tune in to the sounds of the world with Global Spin every other Tuesday starting Sept. 28, at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m ET on the Recording Academy's official YouTube channel, Facebook pageInstagram page, and Twitter profile.

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Global Spin: Facesoul Explores The Healing Power Of R&B With His Soulful Performance Of "All I Need"

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Global Spin: Facesoul Explores The Healing Power Of R&B With His Soulful Performance Of "All I Need"

In the latest episode of Global Spin, Somali-born, U.K.-based singer/songwriter FACESOUL displays the healing heights of his R&B sound with a stunning performance of his 2021 song, "'All I Need"

GRAMMYs/Oct 26, 2021 - 07:49 pm

By growing from his roots in Islam and exploring the healing power of music, Somali-born, U.K.-based singer/songwriter FACESOUL looks deep into the soul of soul music.

In matching minimalist production, layered vocals, and a lyrical search for meaning, the transcendent artist born Faisal Salah produces a meditative, beguiling beauty unlike anything else in modern R&B.

In the latest episode of Global Spin a brand-new performance series spotlighting global music and international artists — FACESOUL shows just how magnetic his melange of styles can be.

Watch the London-based vocalist perform "All I Need," off his 2021 album, YSRA, below.

In the clip, FACESOUL sings serenely in the center of an abandoned building, ivy and trees growing through the cracks in the stone. "Glory sure will rise, if I just believe it," FACESOUL sweetly sings, his hope and optimism growing through the darkness like the insistent nature around him.

Check back every other Tuesday for new episodes of the Global Spin performance series.

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