Snoop Dogg kicked off Grammy weekend with a star-studded concert for Levi’s at the Hollywood Palladium on Thursday night (Feb. 5). Following a DJ set from Diplo and Skrillex, the hip-hop icon blazed the... Read More
This Sunday, the stars will once again gather at L.A.’s Staples Center for the 57th Annual Grammy Awards. The seating chart for Music’s Biggest Night has been revealed and shows where’s A-listers like Prince,... Read More
Sam Smith is up against Beyoncé for Album of the Year at the Grammys, but if he wins, he plans to give the award to his hero. “She deserves it way more than I... Read More
Music’s Biggest Night is getting even bigger. Usher, Pharrell Williams, Common, John Legend, and Sam Smith have joined the lineup for the 57th Annual Grammy Awards. Eight-time Grammy winner and four-time nominee this year,... Read More
Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran, and Madonna are the first performers announced for the 57th Annual Grammy Awards. The “Love Me Harder” singer, who is nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Bang Bang” and... Read More
In the wake of Azealia Banks’ race-fueled dialogue on Hot 97, Macklemore stopped by “Ebro in the Morning” to weigh in on race, white privilege, and his infamous text to Kendrick Lamar following the... Read More
Despite releasing one of the most acclaimed rap albums of 2014, YG was not nominated for any Grammys. The Compton rapper spoke out about his snub during an interview on Power 106.
It’s Grammy time. The nominees for the 57th Annual Grammy Awards were announced on Friday morning.
Christmas came early during the taping of “A Very Grammy Christmas” at the Shrine Auditorium in L.A. on Tuesday. Hosted by LL Cool J, the one-hour special featured today’s biggest stars performing holiday songs... Read More
A day after the Grammys, music’s biggest stars united once again to pay tribute to the Beatles at the taping of “The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles” at the... Read More
Fresh off their four wins at the Grammys, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis returned to where it started. The hip-hop duo, who made their first appearance on “Ellen” in 2012, spoke about their headline-making Grammy... Read More