(L-R) Panos A. Panay, Harvey Mason jr. and Valeisha Butterfield Jones
The Women In The Mix Study will measure inclusion and belonging for women working in the U.S. music industry; the survey is open through Sept. 20 to all women-identifying and gender-expansive professionals actively working in the music business.
The Songwriters & Composers Wing leadership council will work with the honorary chairs to elevate and advocate on behalf of music's storytellers.
GRAMMY-winning songwriters and producers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis will join congressional leaders Rep. Ted Deutch (D-Fla.) and Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) at the 2021 GRAMMYs on the Hill Awards for a night of celebration and musical surprises.
Produced in partnership with Color of Change and several other co-authors and key contributors, the GRAMMY Awards are the first major music awards show to publicly commit to using an inclusion rider.
In the latest episode of the "Black Music Collective Podcast," GRAMMY-winning artist and Black Music Collective member Estelle discusses her journey to international prowess in the R&B and reggae spaces.
In the latest episode of the "Black Music Collective Podcast," four-time GRAMMY-winning artist Yolanda Adams discusses her journey to becoming a household name in the gospel world and the power of faith.
In the latest episode of the "Black Music Collective Podcast," GRAMMY-winning artist Ledisi talks through her journey in music on a road that hasn't always been easy and how she's remained true to who she is as an artist.
The Recording Academy's Pro>Sessions takes a deep dive into the impact of NFTs on the music industry and how independent creators can leverage this technology to generate revenue in its latest installment.
In the latest episode of the "Black Music Collective Podcast," watch an engrossing discussion with five-time GRAMMY-winning producers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis.
In the latest episode of the "Recording Academy x EBONY: Black Music Collective Podcast," watch a riveting discussion about longevity and change in the music industry with Jeff Harleston, Universal Music Group's general counsel and executive VP of legal affairs.
The "Your Future Is Now" scholarship, presented by the Recording Academy's Black Music Collective (BMC) and Amazon Music, awards three students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) with $10,000 scholarships each for the 2021/2022 school year.
The membership invitations are a reflection of the Recording Academy's commitment to excellence and further growing its robust membership body and also reaffirm the organization's recognition of the important contributions of music people to influence progressive changes within the music industry.
In honor of Black Music Month, the "Recording Academy x EBONY: Black Music Collective Podcast," a six-part podcast series, will feature various members of the Recording Academy's Black Music Collective who'll discuss their contributions and impact within the community and the music industry at large.
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The Recording Academy has announced its newly elected national officers of the Board of Trustees, voted upon at the organization's annual spring Board of Trustees meeting in May, including Tammy Hurt, Rico Love, Om'Mas Keith, and Christine Albert.