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Jacklin spoke to the Recording Academy after her set at Austin City Limits 2019 about the experiences behind the songs on Crushing, the aspects of being a rising musician that some may not understand, her creative process and more.
The Los Angeles County 11th grade history teacher has been selected by the museum for the award that "honors K-12 academic teachers who use music in the classroom as a powerful educational tool."
The Brooklyn-born rapper's 1999 debut helped hint at what the next millennium's vision of hip-hop would be like, an impressionistic painting that honored not just his rap elders but many other genres as well.
While On The Road at Austin City Limits 2019, Toronto indie-rock favorites Metric chat with the Recording Academy about the 10-year anniversary of their fifth studio album, 'Fantasies,' prioritizing staying connected to fans above all else and more.
Watch Collins talk about how grateful he was to fans after his 2001 GRAMMY win, and catch GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends on Oct. 18 on PBS (check your local listings).
Travel back to '70s New York City to experience the salsa explosion with classic Fania records vinyl reissues.
Rising and megastars in Latin pop and urbano came together to conversate about identity, the global growth of Latin music and other topics relating to what it is to be an artist in the age of social media on the last day of Hispanic Heritage Month, Oct, 15.
While On The Road at Austin City Limits 2019, the Portland folk trio talk to the Recording Academy about their third studio album and why it's important for music creators to advocate for the whole community.
He was a member of '60s/'70s psych soul outfit The Chambers Brothers, who are best known for their 1968 chart-topper "Time Has Come Today."
From Kat Dahlia to Pink Sweat$, here are several rising artists to add to your rotation from Austin City Limits 2019.