Oh, wait – you think the Grammy is supposed to go to the year's best album? That's sweet. Stay gold, Ponyboy. This has literally never been the way the Grammys worked and never will be, so stop chewing that sock pretending it's a cookie. Of course Bruno Mars beat Kendrick Lamar. Everybody knew he would. The Grammys are comedy gold, and giving Album of the Year to Bruno instead of Kendrick will
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Awards shows are made-for-TV spectacles, full of quick cuts and closeups designed to reveal a performance's emotional intensity. It'd be impossible to truly capture the excitement and, in some cases, bemusement of the nearly 20,000 fans (and a few rows of celebrities) who filled New York City's Madison Square Garden last night for the 60th annual Grammy Awards. Here's what you missed
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Moby takes an unsettling journey around a depopulated Earth in the new video for "Mere Anarchy," the latest single off his upcoming album Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing
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Ten years ago, the members of Vampire Weekend were being interviewed about their sudden success and the blogosphere's misgivings about their pedigree – specifically the fact that the band comprised four Ivy League grads with a penchant for polo shirts and boat shoes. "For me, it was a cool idea to strive
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While the music world donned white roses at the 2018 Grammys to signify the #MeToo movement, Lorde made her own statement by pinning the excerpt of an essay on the back of the red dress she wore to Madison Square Garden.
"My version of a
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At the 60th iteration of Music's Biggest Night, Kendrick Lamar owned the opening, Kesha and Janelle Monáe delivered stirring calls-to-arms, Patti LuPone reprised her classic Evita role, and Sting and Shaggy refused to cede the spotlight. Here's the best and worst of a night where Dave Chappelle played unofficial host and comedians played with adorable pug pups in the crowd.
Bruno Mars and Kendrick Lamar dominated the 60th Annual Grammy Awards Sunday night, with both artists picking up a
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