After a quick tribute during the GRAMMYs telecast, Stevie Wonder got an all-star salute.
She’s already the most nominated female in GRAMMY history—and on Sunday, Beyoncé came one step closer to doing the same in the winners category, too.
Here’s a rundown on “Take My Hand,” and why it’s part of the GRAMMYs program.
In addition to changing the whole paradigm on marketing an album, Beyoncé released a dual audio and visual album, complete with music videos to accompany every track—something only a few artists have done before.
There’s a new wisdom teeth video. This time, it’s a 17-year-old kid in Benson, North Carolina named Cody Lanphere. (Benson is about 30 miles south of Raleigh.) He left the dentist recently, and like EVERY […]
Longtime feminist and HIV/AIDS activist Annie Lennox is watching the evolution of feminism, from one generation to the next, and does not like all the things she is seeing.
The DJ credited with coining the term “Rock ‘n’ Roll” had a prominent exhibit in the museum — that is, until today.
Wednesday (June 25) marked the five-year anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, resulting in an outpouring of support and tributes across the musical community — among them Beyoncé.
Aristotle once said, “Mothers are fonder than fathers of their children because they are more certain they are their own.” Whether this is true or not, we’ll never actually know, but it might explain why female singers seem almost predestined to create the most beautiful, heartfelt odes to their little ones. Perhaps, it is actually biological.
This year it seemed like the words “And the GRAMMY goes too” were hardly uttered during the night’s live broadcast, leaving plenty of room for the performances, which there were 20 of. All of which we ranked.