The twinkly song and sprawling video conjure an approximate sense of the past via mid-’00s indie rock via Wes Anderson soundtrack.
Fences are an alt rock act from Seattle that’s still looking for that major breakthrough — and might have finally found it, thanks in part to a fellow Washingtonian.
Despite being nominated for countless GRAMMYs, many still don’t know what one-half of the group does.
“Yes, I’m grateful that I lived,” Julie Lewis, who is HIV positive, says. “But I want to do something to honor all those people that we love dearly who died along the way.”
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis made a surprising announcement today, via their YouTube channel. In a just-posted video, Macklemore revealed that Lewis’ mother, Julie Lewis, has been living with HIV for 30 years. He followed that by announcing the duo’s support for an Indiegogo campaign called the 30/30 Project. The project is seeking $100,000 in donations to build clinics worldwide that will provide healthcare, with the first planned for Malawi.
Why is the guy who swept all the rap categories at the GRAMMYs hated by rap fans? How can a guy who wrote a song about marriage equality be hated by those who also support gay marriage? We’ve got some answers.
As the stage blazed with massive performances, it was the winner’s of the night that took the spotlight. With surprising upsets and grateful artists, here are the biggest winners from GRAMMY night.
The show will also see a reunion of the remaining Beatles, Paul McCartney and Ringo Star.
Who will walk away with GRAMMY gold at the 56th Annual awards? We rank the top 20 nominees.
See all the musicians who made the cut in this year’s much anticipated Forbes list.