The love was felt in the lobby of the “One Love Hotel” in West Hollywood this weekend as the King of Reggae’s 75th Birthday was celebrated during Grammy week with performances from some of R&B’s rising stars.
Grammy week is well underway and ahead of the most prestigious award show in music, Grammy-nominated rapper Meek Mill hosted an intimate evening celebrating “Championships.”
Only a week after her striking performance at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, H.E.R. is only getting started. The Bay Area native was recently awarded not one, but two Grammy awards for R&B Album of The Year and Best R&B Performance which is a huge deal for the artist as this is her first year being considered by the Recording Academy and also winning.
Distinctive Assets, the LA-based entertainment marketing company credited with launching the promotional craze of celebrity swag nearly two decades ago, once again produced the one and only official backstage gift lounge for the 60th GRAMMY Awards. The legendary show’s presenters and performers were treated to a bevy of thank you gifts in acknowledgment and appreciation of their participation.
The 2018 Grammy Awards took place in New York City this year and the stars were out. E! News hosted their annual Grammy Red Carpet pre-show and the stars did not come to disappoint. Artists like SZA, Big Sean, Rita Ora and first-time nominee Cardi B walked the red carpet last night, showcasing some of their best looks.
The 60th Grammys aired Sunday night live from Madison Square Garden in NYC. There were some upsets, like 4:44, which was nominated for the most Grammys and went home with zero, and some obvious choices, like everything Bruno Mars has ever put out. Record of the Year went to 24k Magic by Bruno Mars.
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Ch-ch-ch-changes… Thanks to that tweak Chance The Rapper and other unsigned artists now have a chance to win the music award.
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BMI‘s “How I Wrote That Song” is an annual pre-GRAMMY weekend event that celebrates GRAMMY winners and nominees, and serves as a platform for panelists to discuss the process of writing, producing and performing hit songs.