Three days after Kanye West's Beyonce-avenging stagecrash, he's back with some more-reasoned thoughts about the whole Grammy incident.
This year's Grammys had a few surprises like Beck winning album of the year, and Kanye being less than thrilled. But perhaps the biggest shocker was this: Max Martin just won his first Grammy.
Kendrick Lamar's most recent single "i" was a jubilant, Isley Brothers-sampling (and Grammy-winning) ode to self-respect. But his follow-up, "The Blacker the Berry," is a darker, more complicated self-assessment.
Kanye West’s mock stage-rushing during Beck’s acceptance speech for album of the year at the Grammys initially seemed like a fun joke at his own expense. The last time West pulled a similar stunt, it was 2009, and he was protesting Taylor Swift's winning over Beyonce during the 2009 Video Music...
Before the Grammy telecast kicked off Sunday at Staples Center, the show's producer, Ken Ehrlich, referenced opening act AC/DC. For the night's losers, he said, the show will be "the highway to hell for four out of five of you in every category. For [the winner], tonight will be heaven."
St. Vincent has won the 2015 Grammy for alternative music album.
The American pop-rock duo a Great Big World has won the Grammy for pop duo and group performance for its single “Say Something.”
When the music starts, it's just drums and space. A shuffling house beat with an eerie minor-key synth. Then a bigger kick drum locks in place and the arrangements come into focus, topped by a pitch-tweaked vocal, androgynous and eager: "Baby, I'm wasted, all I want to do is drive home to you."