There are no words that can fully encapsulate the magnitude of Kendrick Lamar's performance last night at the Grammys. The five Grammys are nice, but his AOTY loss to Taylor Swift truly solidified the Grammy whackness...
Man, did Kendrick Lamar just deliver a powerful performance at this year's Grammy's. Called “controversial” by the host, LL Cool J, the 7-minute performance would go on to be arguably the highlight of the entire Grammy’s.
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."
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).
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).
The Levi's x Snoop + Friends Pre-Grammy Party was quite an affair last night. Snoop was joined on stage by Kendrick Lamar, Miguel, Warren G, Too $hort, the legendary Chaka Khan, and Pharrell, who will produce Snoop's upcoming album Bush.