Watch pop sensation Celine Dion accept the Record Of The Year GRAMMY for "Titanic" power ballad "My Heart Will Go On" at the 41st GRAMMY Awards in 1999.
Watch the late Queen Of Soul slay during a very special live performance at the 1994 GRAMMYs.
In the latest rendition of Where Do You Keep Your GRAMMY?, Mustard tells us how the beat for “Boo’d Up” came about and where he keeps his golden gramophone.
In the latest episode of Where Do You Keep Your GRAMMY?, comedian Kathy Griffin shows us where she keeps the golden gramophone she won for Best Comedy Album, for which she was nominated in 2013.
Four-time GRAMMY winner Leslie Ann Jones takes us through her journey from being born into the music business to becoming a world-renowned engineer, and she shows us where her four golden gramophones reside.
The iconic soul and R&B act earned their first two golden gramophones that night at the 1974 GRAMMYs.
The GRAMMY-winning "Retrograde" singer also shares who inspired him to pursue a career in music.
Fanm d'Ayiti, which Joachim recorded with Chicago's Spektral Quartet, is in the running for Best World Music Album at the 2020 GRAMMYs.
Watch to see where the DJ and producer who won Best Remixed Recording at the 60th GRAMMY Awards keeps his golden gramophone.
Jessie Reyez reacts to her first-ever GRAMMY nomination.
In the latest edition of GRAMMY Rewind, we go back to 1996 for a rousing rendition of TLC's famous '90s hit "Waterfalls"
The Bay Area-born, L.A.-based rapper sat down with us to talk about her viral rise, what we can expect with new music, the first concert she ever attended and more.
Watch the late soul icon accept one of his first two GRAMMY wins at the 1972 GRAMMY Awards for the music from "Shaft."
The Kansas City-bred singer/harpist spoke to the Recording Academy about his albums, reimagining "Toxic" on the harp and more.
Join us for an inside look at the Recording Academy Washington D.C. Chapter's 2019 Holiday Celebration.