R&B/Soul

  • Black Pumas

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, moderator Scott Goldman talks with Eric Burton and Adrian Quesada of the GRAMMY-nominated duo Black Pumas. Following the conversation, Black Pumas perform their songs “Colors,” “Fire,” and “Oct 33.” Nominated for Best New Artist at the 2020 ...

  • José James & Don Was

    Lean On Me, recorded by José James and produced by Don Was, was released during the year of Bill Withers’ 80th birthday and was recorded in Capitol’s legendary Studio B with a dream team band: Pino Palladino (bass), Kris Bowers (keys), Brad Allen Williams (guitar), and Nate Smith (drums). James h...

  • Morris Day & David Ritz

    On December 9, 2019, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed multi-platinum recording artist, musician, composer, arranger, and singer Morris Day and his co-author—GRAMMY-winning musician, co-composer of Marvin Gaye’s “Sexual Healing, and renowned music biographical author, David Ritz—for a discussion on the ...

  • Billy Porter

    The GRAMMY Museum was thrilled to welcome Tony- and GRAMMY-winning singer, composer, actor, playwright, and director Billy Porter May 15, 2017 for a conversation discussing his storied career, followed by a performance. As a recording artist, Porter's solo albums include his 1997 debut, Untitled ...

  • Kiana Ledé

    Earlier this year, platinum-selling Phoenix-born and Los Angeles-based artist Kiana Ledé released her debut album Kiki. Just who is Kiana Ledé? On the one hand, you know her as a fierce and fiery force in R&B responsible for bangers such as the platinum-certified “EX,” “Mad At Me” and “Chocolate”...

  • Estelle

    To celebrate the release of her album Lovers Rock, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed multiplatinum GRAMMY Award-winning UK singer, songwriter, actress, and humanitarian Estelle for an intimate conversation and performance on December 3, 2018. Lovers Rock is one of Estelle’s most personal albums, as it i...

  • Andra Day

    With a vintage flair and voice for the ages, Andra Day has perfected her "retro-pop-soul" sound. Day visited the GRAMMY Museum in 2015 to celebrate and discuss her debut album, Cheers To The Fall, a candid 13-song tale about "truth, fearlessness, vulnerability, forgiveness and love." Her allurin...