Jermaine Dupri served as President of the Atlanta chapter of the Grammy board in the early 2000s so he knows a little bit about how the Grammy’s work. After reading Steve Stoute’s letter to the NARAS, Dupri made a video response.
Advertising executive, and former music biz exec “Commissioner” Steve Stoute took out a full-page ad in the New York Times calling the National Academy of the Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) and their annual Grammy Awards ceremony as out of touch with popular culture.
Because she felt slighted over not being asked to take part in the Aretha Franklin tribute, Fantasia boycotted the Grammy Awards last weekend. The singer has been nominated 11 times and finally won “Best Female Vocal Performance” for her single “Bittersweet,” but was not there to accept her award personally. Fantasia called into to 106 […]
The 53rd annual Grammy Awards kicked off with a tribute to Aretha Franklin. LL Cool J hit the stage to introduce Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Hudson and Yolanda Adams in an unprecedented performance of “Natural Woman.” Christina Aguilera redeemed herself from her mishap during the singing of the national anthem at the 2011 Superbowl with the best […]
Rihanna and Drake plan on heating up the stage at the 53rd annual Grammy Awards tonight. The biggest music event all year will honor A Tribe Called Quest and have tribute performances to Aretha Franklin. Drake and Ri Ri are performing their hit single “What’s My Name.”
Singer, Rihanna, is racing against time to recover from a sore throat in time for tomorrow’s Grammy award show. Rih Rih has been stuck with bronchitis and laryngitis but promises to do everything she can to get better for tomorrow’s performance. Rihanna took to her Twitter to asure her fans that she still would appear […]
Remember the 2010 Grammy Awards? Beyonce and Rihanna played nice, the Black Eyed Peas did their usual “I Got A Feeling” and Pink hung from the ceiling dripping wet. For all the fun memories take a look at the 2010 Grammys gallery below: Rihanna & Drake To Perform At Grammys Together Aretha Franklin To Get […]
Delta Airlines provided travelers on a recent flight to Los Angeles International Airport to some in-flight entertainment courtesy of B.O.B. The Grammy nominee performed his hit single “Airplanes” during the flight.
Raphael Saadiq has been confirmed to play at this year’s Grammy Awards ceremony and will be joined on stage by a music legend, Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones on February 13th. The two will pay tribute to the late R&B singer Solomon Burke, who died in October 2010. The performance will be Jagger’s first […]