The Super Bowl is the one event where the commercials demand as much attention as the main programming, and as a result, a Grammys ad got a whole lot of attention tonight -- though for the wrong reasons.The commercial hasn't made its way online just yet, but a
As you might expect, awhole gang of A-listers is already lined up to perform at the 58th Grammys: Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd, Adele, Justin Bieber, Diplo, Skrillex, Lionel Richie, Lady Gaga and Ellie Goulding.
The stage is set for Kendrick Lamar to dominate the Grammy Awards in a way few hip hop artist have been able to. His 11 nominations are the most for a hip hop artist in a single year, and publications like Billboard have taken note.
In case you missed it, the RIAA updated their formula for calculating Gold and Platinum Album certifications yesterday. While it helped a few artist reach Platinum, today we see if it has shaken up the charts in any significant way.
Super Bowl 50 is right around the corner, on February 7, and 8 days after that, it's the Grammys -- both to be shown on CBS. The network has now released a joint ad starring Rihanna and Stephen Colbert to get the public ready for both spectacles.
A few years ago after losing the Grammy Best Rap Album to Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' The Heist, Kendrick Lamar scored 11 nominations for the 2016 Grammys. He celebrated by putting together a short vignette called "Hard Work."
Ladies The Grammys love Cool J. The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences has announced today that the host of this year's Grammy Awards show will be LL Cool J, making it his fifth time as the Grammy's host.
Lupe Fiasco is currently in India, probably on some sort of yoga retreat. That's where he heard that his album Tetsuo & Youth wasn't among the 2016 Grammy nominations that went out yesterday.
The 2016 GRAMMYs nominations were announced yesterday. Kendrick Lamar reigned supreme with 11 noms. Despite Drake's success this year, he garnered four noms, with his smash hit "Hotline Bling" coming up empty-handed.
In an interview with the Sunday Times, Kanye West apologized again for his comments questioning Beck's artistic integrity after the rocker's Morning Phase beat out Beyonce for Album of the Year at the 2015 GRAMMYs.
The-Dream is prepping a two-part EP, Crown and Jewel, and was The Breakfast Club's latest guest this morning. The Radio Killa brought along his long-time partner Tricky Stewart to the show (although we don't get to hear from him).
After Beck was announced the winner of Album of the Year, the final award of the night, at last weekend's Grammys, Kanye rushed the stage but stopped himself before he reached the mic; a far less dramatic stunt than when he famously interrupted Taylor Swift at
Last year was iLoveMakonnen's breakout year, earning him a Grammy nomination for the Drake version of "Tuesday." On the red carpet, he's asked about his debut album, which he says should come out in June or July.
No one was busier than Pharrell Williams last night. The singer/songwriter/superproducer took home three Grammys: Best Music Video ("Happy"), Best Urban Contemporary Album (G I R L) and Best Pop Solo Performance ("Happy," again).