Revisit the streets of New York City in 1994 when the rapper's debut album set the stage for the resurgence of East Coast hip-hop.
Revisit the album that proved rock music's emerging ability to experiment could integrate diverse traditions and intoxicate young audiences.
This month marks 15 years since André 3000 and Big Boi released some of their most innovative work as individual artists in one double-album.
Roll back to 1992 and revisit the legendary debut solo album that has served as a blueprint for West Coast rap.
Revisit the magic of the legendary artist's classic album.
Seductive, elegant and successful, this landmark expanded the range of the soul-music genre and raised the singer, songwriter and composer to iconic status.
Credited with kicking off the punk phenomenon in the U.K., the Sex Pistols' GRAMMY Hall Of Fame album ignited controversy and censorship.
Take a trip back to 1991, when a young trio brought grunge to the mainstream and made one of rock's most disruptive and irresistible albums of all time.
Take a journey back to 1972 and relive a career-defining album for one of rock's most dynamic artists.
Find out how the Fab Four's seventh studio album changed their sonic direction.
What started as an attitude that helped put Compton, Calif., on the map grew into a worldwide music revolution celebrating the streets.
Take a look back at the album that revolutionized the sound of the classic band.
The smash hit album's fresh R&B fusion was an original mix that led pop music into an unprecedented hybrid sound the world embraced.
Revisit the remarkable album with a title that means "to the root," pointing to Mexican song's great tradition while bringing it to life in the present day.
Take a look at how the GRAMMY winner's 1989 masterpiece made music history.