In the latest episode of ReImagined At Home, singer/songwriter Keara Graves performs H.E.R.'s "Focus" with sincerity and heart.
In the latest episode of ReImagined At Home, singer/songwriter Alaina Castillo shows off her magnetism and confidence while performing Ella Mai's "Boo'd Up."
In the latest episode of ReImagined At Home, G. Love (of Special Sauce fame) performs a soulful version of Brittany Howard's "Stay High," which won the 2020 GRAMMY for Best Rock Song.
In the latest episode of ReImagined At Home, singer/songwriter Ashe performs Norah Jones' "Don't Know Why," the Jesse Harris composition which garnered Jones Record Of The Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 2003.
In the latest episode of ReImagined At Home, Canadian pop singer Ryland James performs a version of Hozier's "Take Me To Church" that demonstrates vocal chops beyond his years.
Nine Inch Nails' "Hurt" took on a life of its own when Johnny Cash covered it in 2002. Now, singer/songwriter Francisca Valenzuela has further tapped into the song's compelling power.
The century-old movement from Gustav Holst's The Planets suite gets a socially distanced big-band makeover from the Jeremy Levy Jazz Orchestra.
For the latest episode of ReImagined At Home, the singer-pianist delivers a pitch-perfect take on the Taylor Swift favorite.
For the latest episode of ReImagined, Nashville-based singer/songwriter Aaron Lee Tasjan delivers a haunting piano ballad rendition of R.E.M.'s GRAMMY-winning breakout hit, "Losing My Religion."
For the latest episode of GRAMMY.com's ReImagined At Home cover series, Latinx alt-pop artist Victor Internet brings sunny, backyard-party vibes to Bobby Brown's GRAMMY-winning 1989 hit, "Every Little Step."
Watch this week's ReImagined At Home with DaniLeigh as she covers "Roll Some Mo."
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.
OutKast accept the GRAMMY for Album Of The Year at the 46th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 8, 2004, in Los Angeles.
The GRAMMY Awards have presented an impressive array of performers over the years. From Britney Spears, U2 and Katy Perry to Eminem, Prince and Beyoncé, take a look back at GRAMMY performers from the 2000s. How many memorable performances do you recognize from the chronological list below?
OutKast accept the GRAMMY for Best Rap Album at the 44th GRAMMY Awards on Feb. 27, 2002, in Los Angeles.