Beyoncé in Black Is King
From emotional tributes to criticizing the government, artists across all genres captured the country’s wide range of feelings about 9/11.
For the latest edition of GRAMMY Rewind, watch superproducer duo Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis win their first GRAMMY Award, for Producer Of The Year (Non-Classical), at the 29th GRAMMY Awards in 1987 with swag, humor and grace—and full heads of hair.
Released in 1996, Aaliyah's career-defining One in a Million marked a fresh beginning for the GRAMMY-nominated singer and launched her into a new era that saw her expand as an artistic leader, creative visionary and fashion icon.
For the latest edition of GRAMMY.com's ReImagined At Home cover series, Nigerian singer Oxlade puts his heart and powerful vocals on full display in this performance of Skip Marley's "Slow Down."
Robert "Kool" Bell recently chatted with GRAMMY.com about Kool & the Gang's new album, Perfect Union, grieving the loss of his brother Ronald "Khalis" Bell and original band member Dennis "Dee Tee" Thomas, the group's evolution, and much more.
With a penchant for marrying rugged, percussive beats with classic soul samples, Chucky Thompson's ear and passion came to define '90s R&B and hip-hop—hear 10 of his iconic tracks here.
Singer/songwriter Tinashe discusses her enlightening new album 333, virtual reality, and her feelings of no longer being "underrated."
In the latest episode of the "Black Music Collective Podcast," GRAMMY-winning artist and Black Music Collective member Estelle discusses her journey to international prowess in the R&B and reggae spaces.
Chucky Thompson talks to GRAMMY.com about commemorating the 25th anniversary of My Life, his secretive work on Diddy's newly developed Love Records, and how he's paying respect to his D.C. go-go roots.
GRAMMY-winning superproducers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis detail making their first full-length album, Jam & Lewis Volume One, their Midas touch, and their groundbreaking involvement with the Recording Academy.
In the latest episode of the "Black Music Collective Podcast," watch an engrossing discussion with five-time GRAMMY-winning producers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis.
In The Heights actor Anthony Ramos' expansive range positions him to become a gravitational force in music.
In the latest episode of the "Recording Academy x EBONY: Black Music Collective Podcast," watch a riveting discussion about longevity and change in the music industry with Jeff Harleston, Universal Music Group's general counsel and executive VP of legal affairs.
Hear from the legendary GRAMMY-winning songwriter/producer duo Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff themselves about creating Philadelphia International Records, Black Music Month and a lifelong friendship.