“When I listen to the song now, it’s a great reminder that I made it through. It’s three minutes of...
The artist is up for six awards, including Best Male Hip-Hop Artist and Video Of The Year.
The annual prize, which was announced today by past years' nominees, celebrates excellence in Canadian music.
Forever altering the world’s perception of the humble pop song, the best Beach Boys arrangements continue to astound with their seemingly endless invention.
Engulfing listeners in its beautifully melancholy, cinematic atmosphere, ‘Ultraviolence’ found Lana Del Rey creating something darker than ever before.
The rising act puts a modern twist on old-school Afro-Cuban beats and horns in their forthcoming album, ‘Dancestral’.
The virtual festival will air on a pop-up channel from 24 to 28 June to mark what would have been Glastonbury's 50th anniversary.
The ‘Late Show’ bandleader and activist is joined by New Orleans’ St. Augustine High School Marching 100 and the Gospel Soul Children on the poignant title track from his forthcoming album.
Snow Patrol and Duran Duran, also previously scheduled as 2020 headliners, will again feature on next year’s bill.
Assembled from a year’s worth of separate projects, ‘Body Talk’ found Robyn hitting remarkable highs throughout a stunningly creative period.
The K-pop girl group TWICE is one of the highest-selling groups in South Korea. These are just a few of their best songs.
The album will be released digitally on 14 July, with physical editions following in the US on 7 August.
The song marks the eighth single off the Colombian star's new concept album, ‘Colores’.
Among the changes are updates to the Best New Artist category, Latin, R&B and Rap Fields, Nominations Review Committees, and more.
A new post on the band’s social media outlets reveals that the as-yet-untitled new track is likely to drop at 6pm on 26 June.
A virtual event during the weekend of 30 July – 2 August will include performances, archival sets, and never-before-seen footage from the 90s.