The 63rd annual Grammy Awards take place this Sunday, March 14.
All proceeds will support out-of-work members of the music community, amid Covid-19.
The collective, chaired by John Legend, Quincy Jones, and Jimmy Jam, among others, is dedicated to empowering Black musicians and music professionals.
The virtual telecast will be hosted in Miami, with remote performances captured around the world.
The artist, who kicks off a drive-in tour next month, raised $80,000 for the music community through a series of live-streams.
Partnering with Julien’s Auctions, all proceeds will benefit members of the music community who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Among the changes are updates to the Best New Artist category, Latin, R&B and Rap Fields, Nominations Review Committees, and more.
The star-studded ‘United We Sing’ special will benefit MusiCares' COVID-19 Relief Fund, No Kid Hungry and the Ellis Marsalis Center for Music in New Orleans.
“Colorado Gives Back” supports the music community and local restaurant workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Los Angeles museum is digging into its archives to share previously-unreleased interviews from music’s biggest names.
As the coronavirus pandemic affects nations around the globe, artists are doing their part to make a difference by supporting these worthy charitable causes.
“Let's Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute To Prince” will air 21 April, honouring the pop icon on the fourth anniversary of his passing.
“Gibson HomeMade Sessions” will feature exclusive interviews and performances from some of the best guitarists in the world.
The fund will help those affected by the severe impact that COVID-19 has had on the music industry.
The Recording Academy has inducted 26 more iconic recordings into its Grammy Hall of Fame including Elton John, Patsy Cline and Public Enemy.