Breaking Borders

  • Tones And I

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Australian singer-songwriter Tones And I about her breakthrough year and global smash “Dance Monkey.” Hitting #1 in 30 countries and amassing over 7 billion streams, the U.S. 4x-platinum song has no other c...

  • Carlos Vives

    GRAMMY and Latin GRAMMY-winner, Carlos Vives, discusses his new documentary "EL MUNDO PERDIDO DE CUMBIANA (The Lost World of Cumbiana)" with moderator Felix Contreras from NPR Alt Latino. The documentary, directed by Carlos Felipe Montoya and produced by Isabel Cristina Vasquez from Mestiza Films...

  • BENEE

    From Auckland, New Zealand, breakthrough pop star Stella Bennett, aka BENEE, remains unfazed, unchanged and almost impervious to the cataclysmic success coming her way since releasing her debut EP, FIRE ON MARZZ, last summer (2019). Already her tale is one of eye-watering statistics and achieveme...

  • History of Reggae

    This 2016 GRAMMY Museum program featured GRAMMY-winning reggae artist Ziggy Marley, Jamaican reggae singer and Nyabinghi drummer Ras Michael, Lloyd “Bread” McDonald of Jamaican reggae vocal group The Wailing Souls, and Carlton “Santa” Davis, who played drums for bands including Bob Marley & The W...

  • Alessia Cara

    Canadian singer/songwriter and Def Jam recording artist Alessia Cara visited the GRAMMY Museum on November 17, 2016. Cara emerged onto the music scene in 2015 with the release of her iconic anthem "Here." A JUNO award winner for Breakthrough Artist of the Year, Cara has also been nominated for an...