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  • Jon Brion

    Music Producer Jon Brion talks about the making of Circles, Mac Miller’s sixth and final album released via Warner Records. Conceived as a sister album to Mac Miller’s 2018 GRAMMY-nominated album, Swimming, Circles was completed with the assistance of Brion, with whom Miller worked on Swimming an...

  • Nicole Richie

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Creative Director, actress, entrepreneur, writer, producer, and philanthropist Nicole Richie about the making of Unearthed, her new rap album as Nikki Fre$h, her character on her new Quibi show. Nicole’s ra...

  • TheHxliday

    An ace at only 18-years-old, TheHxliday mixes his melodic flow and thumping trap beats to forge his “sad boy” sound. The rapper/singer/songwriter and Baltimore native creates hits straight out of his bedroom, expressing his singular and eccentric ideas to separate himself from the norm. Inspired ...

  • J. I.

    Bubbling Brooklyn-bred artist, J.I has over 85 million views on YouTube for his single “Need Me,” the record he released last year under the EP, Hood Life Krisis Vol. 1. The project helped him pave the way to being named an artist to watch in 2021 by Billboard, UPROXX, and Vulture. The hit song i...

  • Jermaine Dupri & So So Def: 25 Years of Elevating Culture

    On September 20, 2018, in conjunction with the opening of the GRAMMY Museum’s exhibit Jermaine Dupri & So So Def: 25 Years of Elevating Culture, the GRAMMY Museum welcomed Jermaine Dupri and several special guests for a conversation celebrating the new exhibit and the 25th anniversary of the icon...

  • All Eyez on Me: Celebrating the Life & Legacy of Tupac Shakur

    On February 2, 2015, the GRAMMY Museum will open its latest exhibit, All Eyez on Me: The Writings of Tupac Shakur which will explore the prolific rapper’s lyrical genius and celebrate Shakur’s legacy as a magnetic performer, charismatic actor, heartfelt poet and outspoken social activist. The ex...

  • Juice WRLD's Legends Never Die

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Moderator Scott Goldman talks with Juice WRLD’s main collaborators – Music Producers Nick Mira and Dorien Theus, Engineers Manny Marroquin and Max Lord, and CEO of Grade A Productions, Lil Bibby – about Juice WRLD’s legacy, creative process,...

  • Run the Jewels

    As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, moderator Scott Goldman talks with El-P and Killer Mike of the GRAMMY-nominated powerhouse rap duo, Run the Jewels, about the making of their new album, Run The Jewels 4. Run the Jewels have garnered endless critical and fan accolades for th...

  • BRELAND

    New Jersey-born BRELAND began writing songs as a teenager, inspired by a diverse collection of sounds and eclectic artists like the Beatles, Rascal Flatts, Prince, and his number-one influence, Stevie Wonder. While attending Georgetown University, BRELAND knocked on every possible music-industry ...

  • Duckwrth

    Over the last five years, L.A.-based wunderkind Duckwrth has quickly risen up the ranks as a promising star of the future of music. Duckwrth’s collection of critically acclaimed projects including Nowhere (2015), I’m Uugly (2016), Xtra Uugly (2017), and The Falling Man EP (2019), have transcended...

  • 24KGoldn

    Columbia Records/RECORDS recording artist and the Bay Area’s own 24kGoldn broke into the scene late 2019 with his Platinum debut single, “Valentino”. Led by an initial burst on TikTok and surpassing 400 million total global audio streams, the 19-year-old showed the world his sound was for every f...