To celebrate this sacred anniversary, we’re taking a look back at the single’s evolution over the last three decades.
This year’s Grammy Awards are shaping up to be a contest between Adele and Beyoncé.
One of the most memorable performances from last night’s Grammy Awards broadcast took place during a commercial break.
After both losing to Daft Punk two years ago, Kendrick Lamar and Taylor Swift face off again in Album of the Year.
Every time we think we’re finally settling into a pattern for Record of the Year, Grammy reverses course.
The sentiment of “How many Grammys can we give Taylor Swift?” hangs thick in the air.
In recent months, Meghan Trainor’s star has waned, leaving room for a surprise victor in Best New Artist at the Grammys.
We’re kicking off our Grammy predictions with our picks in some of the smaller genre categories.
This is a race more of less between two albums: One great and daring, one mediocre and safe.
Just as the correlation between Record of the Year and Song of the Year seems to be truly drifting apart, along comes a nearly five-for-five slate.
The closer this category flirts with mainstream appeal, the closer we are to wholly justifiable nominations for, say, “Turn Down for What.”
There are a few sure bets in life: rain, taxes, and, until recently, a female artist winning the Grammy for Best New Artist.
All this week we’re predicting the winners in the so-called Big Four categories at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards.
Last year I made the mistake of second-guessing the Academy’s recent trend of awarding the biggest selling album in this category.
Few Grammy categories are as easily derided as Best New Artist, which with each passing year continues to push the word “new” to the absolute limits of its meaning.
NARAS’s manifesto says the Academy will choose Record of the Year based on artistry alone, “without regard to sales or chart position.”
Patterns, history, tradition. These are often the only tools that showbiz awards prognosticators have at their disposal.
Starting tomorrow, we’ll predict the winners in all four General Field categories of the 56th Annual Grammy Awards.
Here’s what we know: Awards shows have and always will be popularity contests.
With the exception of Frank Ocean’s “Thinkin Bout You,” the rest of this year’s selections have been shamelessly thrown at us with an almost obsessive abandon.