Drake Couldn't Save the Grammys
Even when the Grammys are good, they aren't very interesting.
Cardi B, Janelle Monáe, Post Malone, and More to Perform at This Year's Grammys
The list of performances for the 61st annual Grammys is pretty stacked. Camila Cabello, Kacey Musgraves, and Shawn Mendes are also set to perform.
Sorry James Corden, Alicia Keys Will Host the 2019 Grammys
A fond farewell to the late night host we love to hate.
H.E.R Makes Her Tiny Desk Concert Look So Goddamn Easy
After being a guest on Daniel Caesar's Tiny Desk Concert, the elusive R&B singer finally has a chance to serenade us with her own 18-minute medley.
Holy Hell, This Year's Grammy Nominations Are Almost Interesting
Cardi B, Janelle Monáe, and H.E.R. are all up for Album of The Year, Brandi Carlile gets lots of nods, and Led Zeppelin are up for Best New Artist.
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Here's Post Malone Trying—and Failing—to Prank People in a Record Store
The 'Beerbongs & Bentleys' singer thought going "deep undercover" meant wearing a hat and glasses.
Grammys President Neil Portnow Will Step Down Next Year
Portnow is stepping down from his post after finding himself embroiled in controversy over comments about women at the Grammys earlier this year.
Award Shows Need Rappers More Than Rappers Need Award Shows
In a time when Daniel Caesar and Drake run streaming, will the JUNOs properly recognize the Black artists drawing attention to Canada's music scene?
The Grammys Need to Accept That They Have a Woman Problem
A new letter sent to members is oddly defensive when the Recording Academy should just hold its hands up and do better.
So You Have Decided to Hate Ed Sheeran: A Guide for North Americans
His inoffensiveness is what makes him offensive. Or: is it the fact he actually seems really, really sound?
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Cardi B and Lil Uzi's Red Carpet Interviews Made the Grammys Worth Watching
Between "butterflies" and "pop tarts," the two stars left E!'s Giuliana Rancic speechless.
The Grammys President Said Women Need to "Step Up" If They Want to Win