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Accolade by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States

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Grammy Award: Accolade by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States
The Grammy Award, or Grammy, is an award presented by the Recording Academy to recognize achievements in the music industry. The trophy depicts a gilded gramophone. The annual presentation ceremony features performances by prominent artists, and the presentation of those awards that have a more popular interest. The Grammys are the first and biggest award of the Big Three networks' major music awards held annually.

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Kanye West blocked from Twitter after Grammy pee storm [Video]

Kanye West blocked from Twitter after Grammy pee storm

Kanye West has been temporarily blocked from Twitter after sharing a video of himself urinating on one of his Grammy awards.

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Kanye West posts video of himself peeing on his Grammy [Video]

Kanye West posts video of himself peeing on his Grammy

In the midst of his Twitter firestorm, the rapper tweeted a video of himself peeing on one of his 21 Grammy Awards.

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Jim Carey Set to Play Joe Biden on 'SNL,' Kanye West Urinates on Grammy Trophy & More News | THR News [Video]

Jim Carey Set to Play Joe Biden on 'SNL,' Kanye West Urinates on Grammy Trophy & More News | THR News

Jim Carey is set to play Joe Biden on 'Saturday Night Live,' Kanye West caused quite a stir on Twitter while calling out the music industry, even sharing a video of a Grammy being urinated on and Fox..

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K-pop legends BTS talk 2020 success [Video]

K-pop legends BTS talk 2020 success

Following a record-breaking 2019, boyband BTS reached new heights with hit "Dynamite" getting U.S. Billboard success. But they wish they could celebrate with their fans. Caroline Malone reports.

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Lola Lennox continues family music legacy [Video]

Lola Lennox continues family music legacy

Having a Grammy award winning mother setting the standard wasn't always easy for singer Lola Lennox, but she says she managed to turn the intimidation she felt into drive.

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Boney James | Morning Blend [Video]

Boney James | Morning Blend

Grammy Nominated Saxophonist Boney James Releases New Album "Solid"

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The Weeknd digs deep to help relief effort after Beirut blast [Video]

The Weeknd digs deep to help relief effort after Beirut blast

Grammy Award winning artist The Weeknd has dug deep to help the relief effort following the huge blast in Beirut.

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Elton John 'Magical Day': 30 Years Sober [Video]

Elton John 'Magical Day': 30 Years Sober

Elton John celebrated a special milestone this week: 30 years of sobriety. The Grammy-, Oscar- and Tony-winning singer-songwriter highlighted the occasion on his social media platforms Wednesday. In a..

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Drake Raps In Arabic In 'Only You Freestyle' [Video]

Drake Raps In Arabic In 'Only You Freestyle'

Drake and British rapper Headie One dropped "Only You Freestyle" earlier this week -- and, like all Drizzy's records, it immediately went viral. It started off simple enough, with Drake alluding to an..

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‘Talent Show’: Cynthia Erivo to Star in Musical Drama for Universal | THR News [Video]

‘Talent Show’: Cynthia Erivo to Star in Musical Drama for Universal | THR News

Cynthia Erivo, the Tony, Emmy and Grammy Award winner who was Oscar-nominated for her work in 2019’s ‘Harriet,’ has come aboard ‘Talent Show,’ a musical drama set up at Universal.

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