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.