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Latin Grammys: List of Winners
Luis Miguel and Jorge Drexler were among the night's biggest winners.
Why 'A Star Is Born' Soundtrack Won't Compete for 2019 Grammys
The lone eligible track is "Shallow," sung by Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, which made the cut by coming out before the Oct. 1 deadline.
Willie Nelson to Be Honored at Grammy Week Celebration
The event will celebrate the career achievements and creative excellence of Nelson.
Grammys: Cardi B, Post Malone Won't Compete for Best New Artist
Grammy nominees will be announced Dec. 5, with the winners awarded in a live ceremony Feb. 10, and best new artist category will include eight contenders instead of five for the first time.
Latin Grammys: J Balvin, Rosalia Lead Nominations
The awards will be handed out Nov. 15 in Las Vegas.
Hollywood Stars One Award Away From an EGOT
Cher, Martin Scorsese, Viola Davis, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Julie Andrews are among the performers who need either an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar or Tony to have all four of the top entertainment prizes.
Grammys: Date, Location Set for 2019 Awards Show
The academy recently announced that its four major awards — album of the year, song of the year, record of the year and best new artist — would now include eight nominees instead of five.
Critic's Notebook: Unpacking the Politics of the 2019 Grammy Changes
Increasing the number of nominees in the three biggest categories is a nod toward greater inclusivity, but won't do much to address the industry's larger issues of power and representation.
Grammys Expand Top Four Category Nominees From Five to Eight
Recording Academy president Neil Portnow tells Billboard the changes provide "more flexibility to our voters when having to make the often challenging decisions about representing excellence and the best in music for the year."
Recording Academy Names Members of Diversity, Female Inclusion Task Force
Notable figures on the 16-person group include Common, Sheryl Crow, Andra Day, Jimmy Jam, BET's Debra Lee and founder director of USC's Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, Dr. Stacy L. Smith.