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American music organization, presenter of the Grammy Awards

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The Recording Academy: American music organization, presenter of the Grammy Awards
The Recording Academy is an American learned academy of musicians, producers, recording engineers, and other musical professionals. It is famous for its Grammy Awards, which recognize achievements in the music industry of the United States.

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Nicki Minaj still upset about 2012 Grammys snub [Video]

Nicki Minaj still upset about 2012 Grammys snub

New mum Nicki Minaj noted Grammy nominations day on Tuesday by putting the Recording Academy on blast for her 2012 snub.

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The Weeknd attacks 'corrupt' Recording Academy after Grammys snub [Video]

The Weeknd attacks 'corrupt' Recording Academy after Grammys snub

The Weeknd has broken his silence about his shock Grammys snub, calling the members of the Recording Academy "corrupt".

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This year's Grammy nominations – like awards shows before it – show the Recording Academy still has inroads to make with diversity.
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The Recording Academy is announcing the nominees for the 2021 Grammy Awards in a livestream from remote locations across the country.
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The new Recording Academy group is composed of Black leaders in the music business. Quincy Jones and John Legend are among the honorary chairs.
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Lil Nas X among 2,300 invited to join the Recording Academy's diverse new class of voters

The Recording Academy has extended invitations to 2,300 music professionals from wide-ranging backgrounds and genres to join the 2020 member class.
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Ousted Grammys Chief Deborah Dugan Is Fired

The Recording Academy took action on Monday after weeks of internal turmoil, including her removal 10 days before the Grammys.
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As Grammys face misconduct allegations and Diddy decries exclusion, CEO issues diversity plan

Harvey Mason Jr. issued a memo on the morning of the Grammys detailing a five-step plan to make the Recording Academy more diverse and inclusive.
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Accusations of harassment, favoritism and bullying have overshadowed Sunday’s show and pitted the Recording Academy against its suspended chief executive.
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Ousted Grammys CEO says she has 'evidence' the awards show is 'ripe with corruption'

Ousted Recording Academy CEO Deborah Dugan says she has "evidence" surrounding her claims of corruption in the Grammy Awards results.
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Ousted Recording Academy CEO alleges sexual harassment, corrupt Grammys voting

Ousted Recording Academy CEO Deborah Dugan filed an explosive discrimination complaint Tuesday while alleging "corrupt" Grammys voting and harassment.
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Recording Academy puts chief executive on leave days ahead of Grammys

The Recording Academy, whose members choose the Grammy winners, has placed its president and chief executive, Deborah Dugan, on administrative leave with immediate effect, it said on Thursday, just..
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Recording Academy President and CEO Deborah Dugan has been placed on leave after just six months after an allegation of misconduct by a senior leader.
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