With soul, jazz, blues, orchestral and hip-hop winners, the 2019 Grammy Awards reflected a fantastic year for the music we love.
Its Quincy Jones' 28th Grammy award and his 80th nomination, but this time he gets to share it with his daughter, Rashida Jones.
Contemporary soul-funk powerhouse Lee Fields keeps on adding to an already prolific fifty-year career. His latest track "Will I Get Off Easy" shows that Fields knows when to deploy his vocal forces and when to keep them under expert control.
22a founder and flautist Tenderlonious has joined up with his group Ruby Rushton to release a teaser track for their upcoming album.
The young virtuoso continues to tread new ground in the jazz world, trailblazing a path that clears the way for others to follow. The March 22 release of his new album, Ancestral Recall, will be hotly anticipated.
With Quincy Jones acting as producer, Duologue sees two Cuban musicians drawing on shared reference points for their sublime new album.
¿Que Vola? are made up of a French septet and three Cuban percussionists. Led by Fidel Fourneyron, they explore the relationship between music and ritual, and between drums and gods, in new documentary series.
The three-time Grammy-winning group will release their upcoming album Immigrance on March 15 on GroundUP music.