Sugaray Rayford, who won Soul Blues Male Artist Of The Year at the 2019 Blues Music Awards, talks about feeling honored to be nominated, his background in the gospel world, how he interprets blues, his experience on the road, and more.
The rising pop star's full ReImagined cover of the GRAMMY-nominated '00s bop is here.
The Recording Academy gets Up Close & Personal With Los Angeles’ own dream pop rising artist Cuco about his debut album, the new sounds he’s featuring, collaborating with MC Magic and Lil Rob and the greatest lesson he learned as an indie artist.
Puerto Rico's COASTCITY, made up of Jean Rodfiguez and Danny Flores, deliver a soulful one-two punch with their performace of "Nadie es Santo" in the latest episode of Press Play
The rising pop songstress will reveal her full ReImagined cover of the GRAMMY-nominated '00s bop on Tuesday, Sept. 3—get a first look here.
GRAMMY-winning bluesman Gary Clark Jr. chats about his earliest tour memories, his blues heroes and how the genre continues to evolve. He also gave us the low down on his new album ‘This Land,’ the instrumental track “Highway 71” and what lies ahead on his creative journey.
Tune in to PBS on October 18 for the fourth annual “GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends” in collaboration with PBS’ “Great Performances.” The all-star tribute concert will honor the Recording Academy’s 2019 Special Merit Award recipients.
GRAMMY-nominated producers Mike & Keys reveal how family led them to a life of music, plus discuss their special relationship with the late Nipsey Hussle, what they learned working with Gladys Knight and their plans to put out their own music soon.
Legendary singer/songwriter and pioneering pedal steel master Robert Randolph talks about the process behind his new album ‘Brighter Days,’ working with Dave Cobb, what keeps him inspired to play his instrument and the most unexpected moments from his recent tour.
The emerging country artist covers the five-time GRAMMY-winner's 1993 hit for the latest episode of ReImagined.
The all-star trio of Tony winning singer/songwriter and playwright Anaïs Mitchell, Fruit Bats' Eric D. Johnson and The National and Bob Weir collaborator Josh Kaufman discuss their traditional-rooted, modern-grown folk collaboration.
The R&B singer recently caught up with the Recording Academy, sharing what it was like getting back in the studio with the groundbreaking '90s girl group, being dressed by Jermaine Dupri back in the day and more.
Multi-talented musician Andrew Bird shares his "darkest before the dawn" original song on the latest episode of the Recording Academy's original performance series.
While On The Road at Newport Folk, we caught up with Kenya-born, Minneapolis-based singer/songwriter J.S. Ondara to talk about what Newport Folk means to him and the impact of his breakout debut album, ‘Tales Of America.’
While On The Road at Lollapalooza 2019, the Atlanta alt-R&B singer told us that pairing with his fellow GRAMMY nominee is like "two brothers working, it's super easy, super natural."
The Recording Academy sat down with the Nigerian superstar Afro-fusion artist to learn more about his new album, his biggest goal as a global artist and more.