You might remember that recently we talked about those persons who have won a Grammy Award despite not being a musician or singer. Now we’ll get into the other side of the equation…can you really believe that these artists DON’T have a Grammy Award? And this includes someone like the legendary Diana Ross…nope, she’s never won!
Some of the best loved and greatest albums in the history of music unfortunately went without winning the ultimate honor in the industry, the Grammy Award. Which artists and albums did this happen to? Take a look at the list to find out!
It isn’t just musicians, singers and producers that take home the prestigious Grammy Award. It can be for a variety of recorded product, including spoken word albums. Here’s a list of those people who have won the Grammy and not sang a note – and it is quite the eclectic list!
They are up for some of the major awards this year, so it only seems right that Cardi B and Camila Cabello will be two of the performers at the 2019 Grammy Awards this February. More details on the artists that will hit the Grammy stage can be found here!
The Asian continent is flexing its muscles in many areas of the world – business, manufacturing, you name it, then Asia is becoming a force in that world. So why not the arts and, in particular, rap music? Take a look at this video that talks about the growing impact of Asian rap in the mainstream music world.
Usually when you win an award for achievement in a particular field, it indicates that you’re going to have a highly successful career. There’s two areas that axiom doesn’t normally apply to – acting and music. Here’s a list of some artists that didn’t “make it big” after they scooped up one (or more) Grammy Awards…and the list has some surprising entries!
It is often said that you have a lifetime to write your first album and, in some cases, that’s the apex of an artist or band’s career! So what are the best debut albums of the last 50 years, by each year? Does Led Zeppelin make the cut? Check it out here!
(Note: this is NOT the “most influential” albums of the last 50 years. It is the “best debut album” by each year…big difference!)