Many stars will take the stage for "Let's Go Crazy: The GRAMMY Salute to Prince."
According to Lil Nas X, looking good is the best revenge.
The late rap icon won the award for Best Rap Performance of his song Racks In The Middle featuring Roddy Ricch & Hit-Boy.
A look at some of the biggest wins we've been most excited to see so far.
It's safe to say that his waves are in check.
The awards, honoring the best in music, will air February 10 on CBS.
Who are you hoping to see take home the Grammy gold next year?
Cardi has a history of directly engaging with her critics, but this time she’s opted to remove herself from the conversation -- at least temporarily.
The network quickly realized the error and deleted the offending tweet, but Nicki Minaj has made her decision.
Stars like Leon Bridges, H.E.R., Chloe x Halle, and Ashanti dish on the songs that put them in a positive mood.
Motown-themed travesties aside, this year’s Grammy Awards made an effort to celebrate the culture at the podium and on the stage—and Black performers rose to the occasion each and every time.
Lopez took the stage Sunday night at the Grammys, paying tribute to one of music's most influential labels, and viewers had a lot to say.
The Recording Academy celebrated some of music's brightest stars on Sunday night, a history-making evening for a few major winners.
The rapper made history Sunday night as the first female solo artist to win the major award at the Grammys.
The 24-year-old songbird hit the red carpet with a cute new hairstyle and her first Grammy Award under her belt.
The single took home Song of the Year at the 2019 Grammys, marking the first time in history a hip-hop song has won the award.
Beyonce, Jay Z, Janelle Monae, Diddy and more were on hand for our favorite Grammy weekend event.