Why the Grammys need to stop putting America first

Opinion: With Latin, K-Pop and Bollywood artists having huge influence around the globe, the Grammy Awards need a rethink to become relevant again
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This year’s Grammy Awards are more relevant than ever

For years, the Grammys have been seen as out of touch. But the 2018 edition is finally feting artists who are situating their music in a broader context

Grammys 2017: Why today’s pop music is all about the old soul

As the U.S. looks backward to make it great again, top Grammy nominees reveal a cultural fascination with time’s passing
Taylor Swift

Does it really take 11 producers to win a Grammy?

Producer inflation may be a huge trend in music, but to win a Grammy, it seems you need to go the opposite way

The artists to watch at the 2016 Grammy Awards

They may or may not take home the hardware. But these Grammy-nominated artists have the best storylines going into the Feb. 15 show.

Photo gallery: Relive the 2015 Grammys

A look back on music’s biggest night with our curated gallery, from the electric performances to an exultant Sam Smith
Sonya Bell

Sia’s genius Grammys move—and what is so wrong about it

In order to protect her anonymity, Sia thrust a 12-year-old girl in a nude leotard into the spotlight. Ironic at very best.

Shake it off: These will be the happiest Grammys ever

Forget Islamic State, Ukraine and Ebola. For the Grammys, it’s the year of relentless optimism.
Sam Smith

The Interview: Grammy winner Sam Smith

It’s official—with four Grammy wins, Sam Smith’s the next big thing. He spoke to Maclean’s about his feminism and being a gay man in the music industry

Beyoncé, the Grammys, and the tough questions

It could take the presence of Queen Bey for us to really confront the existential questions about whether we need the Grammys