Stevie Wonder is the guest of honor Monday night at an All-Star Grammy Salute: “Songs In The Key Of Life.”
Pharrell, Beyonce, John Legend and Common got in on the protest.
Sam Smith was the king of the Grammys, taking home three of the top four awards, including song and record of the year for “Stay With Me,” and best new artist, while Beck won album of the year.
She’s already the most nominated female in GRAMMY history—and on Sunday, Beyoncé came one step closer to doing the same in the winners category, too.
Here’s a rundown on “Take My Hand,” and why it’s part of the GRAMMYs program.
The GRAMMYs performance of Common and John Legend will feature a very special guest: Beyonce.
The singer slid past Dolly Parton for the most nominations ever by a female artist.
In addition to changing the whole paradigm on marketing an album, Beyoncé released a dual audio and visual album, complete with music videos to accompany every track—something only a few artists have done before.
If you have children, or know someone who does, or just listened to one recently, the choice of Associated Press Entertainer of the Year won’t come as much of a shock: It’s “Frozen,” and in 2014, we just couldn’t let it go.
Radio.com’s 14 favorite photos of the year include Beyoncé becoming an American icon, Taylor Swift trying to one-up Ellen’s Oscars selfie and a very sad Kanye proving zip lining isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.