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Musicians Robin Pecknold, Justin Vernon Slam Bruno Mars Over Grammy Wins

Robin Pecknold and Justin Vernon were not happy with Bruno Mars's multiple wins at the 2018 Grammy Awards on Sunday. The musicians expressed their disappointment via their respective social media accounts.

Alessia Cara Draws Backlash Over Grammy Win, Explains Why It Doesn't Bother Her

Alessia Cara clapped back at the haters who believe she does not deserve to win the Best New Artist trophy at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards. Fellow artists have congratulated the young singer for her first Grammys.

SZA, Nominated For 5 Grammys, Went Home Empty-Handed, And Twitter Simply Isn’t Having It

SZA's failure to bag a trophy during the 2018 Grammy Awards did not sit well with her fans. The show also received criticism for the lack of female winners.

What The Recording Academy President Has To Say About Male-Dominated 2018 Grammys

Neil Portnow recently commented on this year's male-dominated Grammy Awards. The president of the Recording Academy said that more women may be recognized next year.

Grammys 2018: Alessia Cara Was Named Best New Artist

Alessia Cara defeated Khalid, Julia Michaels, SZA, and Lil Uzi Vert for the Best New Artist award. The 2018 Grammys was held on Sunday, Jan. 28, in New York.

2018 Grammy Awards: Bruno Mars, Cardi B, And Kesha Among Performers

Bruno Mars and Cardi B will take the stage on Jan. 28 to perform the hit single 'Finesse.' Meanwhile, other artists will team up with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for a special number.

Alessia Cara Breaks More Rules in New Music Video for 'Seventeen'

Alessia Cara is breaking more rules in her new music video for “Seventeen,” which premiered on Vevo yesterday (Dec. 15). Cara was recently honored with the Rule Breaker award at 'Billboard’s Women in Music' event, which took place in New York ...

Alessia Cara Gives Moving Speech Accepting 'Rulebreaker Award' at Billboard Women in Music

Alessia Cara gave a moving speech while accepting the "Rulebreaker Award" at 'Billboard’s Women in Music 2016.' The event occurred this past Friday (Dec. 9) in New York City.

"Here" Singer Alessia Cara to be Honored with 'Rule Breaker' Award at Billboard Women in Music

Alessia Cara is slated to be honored with the “Rule Breaker” Award at Billboard’s 2016 Women in Music event.

Shawn Mendes, Ariana Grande, Chance The Rapper Top Spotify 25 Under 25 List

Spotify has released its third annual 25 under 25 list for the artists they peg to be the most influential in the music industry right now.

'Wild Things' Singer Alessia Cara on Touring with Coldplay & SickKids Hospital in Interview

Following a performance at the iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards, Alessia Cara gave an interview about her opening slot for Coldplay, as well as the SickKids foundation in Toronto. The “Wild Things” singer only released her first album, ...

Alessia Cara's 'Wild Things' Video Channels Same Free Spirit Energy as 'Here' [WATCH]

Alessia Cara broke out with her debut single "Here," which featured her singing about hating the party scene and being anti-social. Now, she's back again with another defiant new song "Wild Things" and its accompanying music video, which features the ...

Juno Award Nominees 2016: The Weeknd, Justin Bieber, Drake Represent Canada

Let's hear it for the Canadians! From The Weeknd to Drake to Shawn Mendes and Justin Bieber, the Great White North has offered up some of the most fiery music of the year. Now, they're being celebrated for those contributions with nominations for the ...

Justin Bieber 'Love Yourself' Tops Charts, Rihanna Debuts in Top 10 with 'Work'

Justin Bieber has a lot to love this week - he has his third No. 1 single in the United States. This week, his non-single Purpose cut "Love Yourself" has displaced his former chart-topping single "Sorry" on the Hot 100. Meanwhile, Rihanna's new ...

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