The super-producer, songwriter and musician talks about his high profile collabs and what he's pouring into his forthcoming debut solo LP.
The art-pop queen accepted the award—presented by Jennifer Lopez and Jerry Seinfeld—rocking a dramatic red kimono-sleeved dress and fierce red lips in the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind.
Go way back with the "WAP" rapper to trace her record-breaking rise to the top in the latest edition of For The Record.
For the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, revisit the "With Or Without You" act's first GRAMMY wins for their fifth studio album, 'The Joshua Tree,' at the 30th GRAMMY Awards.
Celebrate 35 years since the initial release of Houston's first of a record-setting seven straight No. 1 hits, "Saving All My Love For You."
We caught up with the South Los Angeles artist ahead of the August release of his debut studio album, 'SuperGood,' to talk new music, dream collaborations, celebrating Black music and artists and more.
Following the release of their major-label debut single, "Chicken Fried," and the subsequent album, The Foundation, the Georgia country outfit had arrived.
Did you know that BTS' incredible rise in popularity has led to an increase in tourism in South Korea? Find out more about the biggest K-pop band in the world in the latest edition of For The Record: BTS.
In our recent interview, the U.K. singer/guitarist told GRAMMY.com that his upcoming third album "is maybe the most positive, but also the most personal music I've ever written."
Back at the 2000 GRAMMYs, J.Lo received her first nomination and turned heads with her iconic plunging palm-print dress.
Celebrate 40 years of AC/DC's classic album Back In Black, originally released on July 25, 1980.
Three violinists involved in the Aurora, Colo., protests of the death of Elijah McClain discuss what happened on the ground at the vigil, musicians' voice in protesting and what can be done next create meaningful change.
From Gil Scott-Heron's Pieces Of A Man album, "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" was inducted into the GRAMMY Hall Of Fame in 2014, two years after the influential artist received a posthumous Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012.
In the latest episode of GRAMMY Rewind, rock 'n' roll icons Chuck Berry and Little Richard present Wonder—and his beaming mother—with the GRAMMY for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for "Superstition."
Take a look back at Nina Simone's 1969 anthem, which was featured on her 1970 album, Black Gold.