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Watch The 2021 GRAMMYs Nominations Livestream Online In Full

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Watch The 2021 GRAMMYs Nominations Livestream Online In Full

Relive the 2021 GRAMMYs nominations livestream event and find out which of your favorite artists got nominated for the 63rd GRAMMY Awards

GRAMMYs/Nov 24, 2020 - 11:13 pm

Updated Jan. 5, 2021.

The 2021 GRAMMYs nominations are finally here! Earlier today (Nov. 24), the Recording Academy announced nominees in 83 categories for the 63rd GRAMMY Awards during an hour-long livestream on GRAMMY.com for the first time ever.

Relive the livestream experience in its entirety above, and find out which of your favorite artists got nominated for the 2021 GRAMMYs.

The 63rd GRAMMY Awards will be broadcast in HDTV and 5.1 surround sound on the CBS Television Network, Sunday, March 14, 2021.

2021 GRAMMYs: Complete Nominees List

Burna Boy Wins Best Global Music Album For 'Twice As Tall' | 2021 GRAMMY Awards Show

Burna Boy accepts his 2021 GRAMMY

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Burna Boy Wins Best Global Music Album For 'Twice As Tall' | 2021 GRAMMY Awards Show

The Nigerian powerhouse Burna Boy takes home Best Global Music Album at the 2021 GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony

GRAMMYs/Mar 15, 2021 - 12:28 am

Burna Boy won Best Global Music Album for Twice As Tall at the Premiere Ceremony of the 63rd GRAMMY Awards. This marks his first career GRAMMY win. They are the first winner of the recently renamed category, formerly known as Best World Music Album. Watch his heart-warming acceptance speech below, given in English and Yoruba.

His album bested fellow nominees AntibalasBebel Gilberto, Anoushka Shankar and Tinariwen

Later, Burna gave a fire performance to close out the Premiere Ceremony, featuring two Twice As Tall tracks—watch it here.

Stay tuned to GRAMMY.com for all things GRAMMY Awards (including the Premiere Ceremony livestream), and make sure to watch the 2021 GRAMMY Awards show, airing live on CBS and Paramount+ tonight, Sun., March 14 at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT.

Check out all the complete 2021 GRAMMY Awards show winners and nominees list here.

Watch Burna Boy Slay With Performance Of "Level Up," "Onyeka" & "Ye" At 2021 GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony

Houseparty’s "In The House": Katy Perry, John Legend, Alicia Keys + More

Katy Perry

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Houseparty’s "In The House": Katy Perry, John Legend, Alicia Keys + More

The three-day livestream event taking place this weekend (May 15-17) will allow users to view performances and segments while chatting with friends in realtime

GRAMMYs/May 15, 2020 - 12:46 am

Houseparty, the face-to-face social video app, is bringing a star-studded lineup of performances, workouts and cooking lessons to its users, including appearances by Katy Perry, John Legend, Snoop Dogg, Alicia Keys and more than 40 other celebrities. The event, "In The House," will take place over the course of three days, beginning this weekend on Friday, May 15 and running through Sunday, May 17.

Per Rolling Stone, the event’s programming will see a live performance of Perry’s unreleased track “Daisies,” slated to be released on Friday, May 15, in addition to sets by Legend, Chvrches and others. The program will also feature special cooking lessons on unique recipes provided by Snoop Dogg, 2 Chainz and Zooey Deschanel. Alicia Keys will also host a karaoke session and lead a 30 minute at-home workout. The full lineup and event schedule are available here.

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The three-day event will allow those who tune in to enjoy free performances from the comfort of their homes, and they’ll be able to chat and interact with friends via the app all in real time. In a statement to Variety discussing the program, Houseparty CEO and co-founder Sima Sistani said “We are bringing back appointment viewing… to capture that feeling of sitting on the couch for that special show with your family or friends on a Friday night.”

Houseparty is available to download for free on iOS and Android devices, as well as online where users can tune in to stream the live event. Each segment will air again 12 hours following its original stream for those who may have missed the original broadcasts.

John Legend Performs “Nothing Compares 2 U”

Backstage At The 63rd GRAMMYs: Brandi Carlile Praises The "Artistic Threads That Chain Us All Together" Ahead Of Music’s Biggest Night

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Backstage At The 63rd GRAMMYs: Brandi Carlile Praises The "Artistic Threads That Chain Us All Together" Ahead Of Music’s Biggest Night

Brandi Carlile, a singer-songwriter and Highwomen member, is up for Best Country Song and Best Song Written For Visual Media at the 2021 GRAMMY Awards show

GRAMMYs/Mar 11, 2021 - 04:04 am

What is Brandi Carlile thinking about as she prepares to find out if she’ll win Best Country Song (for "Crowded Table") or Best Song Written For Visual Media (for "Carried Me With You" from Pixar’s Onward)? 

Above all, she’s ruminating on the often unspoken rapport musicians share.

"It feels so good to be on set and see people around," a grinning Carlile says in the latest episode of Backstage At The 63rd GRAMMYs. "That’s one of the things I love about the music business the most, is that everybody has these artistic threads that chain us all together."

Carlile, who also performs in the country rockers The Highwomen, goes on to note that the GRAMMYs' celebratory nature is a peer-to-peer phenomenon. "Nothing feels better than getting recognized by other people that you admire," she continues, "and getting to show other people that you’re recognizing their work."

Check out the complete list of nominees at the 2021 GRAMMY Awards show, watch Carlile’s pre-show expressions above and don’t forget to tune into the 2021 GRAMMY Awards show this Sunday, March 14 to watch Brandi Carlile perform—and find out if she will win!

Backstage At The 63rd GRAMMYs: Dua Lipa Gives Her Final Thoughts Before Music’s Biggest Nigh

Rolling Loud Announces Virtual Festivals & Weekly Content On New Twitch Channel

Megan Thee Stallion at Rolling Loud L.A. 2019

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Rolling Loud Announces Virtual Festivals & Weekly Content On New Twitch Channel

The massive hip-hop event launched their brand-new Twitch channel today, Sept. 1, where they will be airing three virtual fests

GRAMMYs/Sep 2, 2020 - 12:59 am

Today, Sept. 1, Rolling Loud, "the Woodstock of Hip-Hop," launches their brand-new Twitch channel, where they will stream three virtual festivals, the first of which will take place on Sept. 12-13. The channel will also feature weekly rap-centric original programming, including "The Leak," previewing new music from hip-hop's rising stars, and "Got Bars?," a six-month freestyle competition.

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The live virtual concerts, dubbed Loud Stream, will bring the massive fest's high-production value and stacked lineups directly to your living room—for free! "Complete with state-of-the-art production and the star-studded lineups that Rolling Loud is known to bring, each digital festival will present over five hours of live performances each day of the event," the press release explains.

The lineup for the first Loud Stream will be announced closer to Sep. 12, and the dates for the following two events will be announced later.

"At Rolling Loud, our core business lies in exchanging energy with fans. The artist puts out the energy, the fans give it right back to the artist—it's a complete power exchange. That's what a concert, and more specifically Rolling Loud, is. We trap energy and the trap is boomin'. When we planned to bring Rolling Loud to the virtual experience, we needed to find a partner that could help create that energy exchange and understand the core DNA of Rolling Loud. It only made sense to partner with Twitch—a service that thrives off of live engagement with fans and champions a diverse collection of creators," Tariq Cherif, Co-Founder/Co-CEO of Rolling Loud, said in the release.

"Streaming on Twitch transports viewers into a live concert atmosphere and creates an experience for artists to interact with fans in ways only possible on Twitch," Will Farrell-Green, Head of Music Content at Twitch, added. "As in-person concerts are put on hold, we're working to create an incredible backstage environment that fans can access from anywhere in the world."

The 2019 Rolling Loud festivals, held in Los Angeles, Oakland, Calif., New York and Miami, featured Future, Migos, Travis Scott, Kid Cudi, YG, Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat and many more powerhouse rappers across their lineups.

At the time of this writing, the 2021 in-person events are currently slated for Feb. 12-14 in Miami and July 6-8 in Portimão, Portugal, both of which were rescheduled from 2020 due to COVID-19.The Florida fest will be headlined by A$AP Rocky, Scott and Post Malone, while the debut European one will be led by Rocky, Future and Wiz Khalifa.

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