Miguel and Wiz Khalifa were tapped to announce the GRAMMY nomination for Best Country Solo Performance. But before they cracked the envelope, the duo performed an abridged version of “Adorn.” The rapper and singer strutted down the […]
People underestimate the word adorn. Just ask Miguel. “It is one of those powerful words that is barely used,” the GRAMMY nominated singer told Radio.com “But this idea of bestowing your love upon someone, kind […]
With only four days until the GRAMMYs, the show announced today that Miguel and Wiz Khalifa have been added to the show’s performance line-up. And Miguel is starting to feel the pressure. “I suppose anxiety might […]
Before she was just a ‘girl on fire,’ but now Alicia Keys is ready to ‘Set The World On Fire’ with her latest tour. Keys is taking her latest album on the road for a 24-city […]
Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson and the guys of fun. are all teaming up for a brand new GRAMMY compilation album. In honor of the upcoming awards show the Recording Academy is releasing a 22-track record […]
Bobby V doesn’t stray too far from his R&B roots. And if he had his way, the world would be ringing in the new year and celebrating Christmas with a soulful sound. “I would bless […]
Earning a GRAMMY nomination is nice but meeting “Ain’t No Sunshine” singer Bill Withers is even better.
Ne-Yo gives GRAMMY prince Frank Ocean the love he deserves; Faith Evans slips GRAMMY voters the side-eye; Chris Brown returns with high drama; Justin Bieber gives Boyz II Men the holiday treatment; and Miguel heads back to the future.
“It was creative and progressive for its time. Somehow I feel we’ve lost sight of that. It’s not reserved for the bedroom.”
The venerable Soul Train made a stop over the holiday weekend to celebrate music. The event honored the year’s brightest new stars in including Frank Ocean and Miguel, as well acts who rose to fame decades ago, such as New Edition and Aretha Franklin.