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"There have been lots of high highs — playing Fallon, being invited onstage with Taylor Swift — but there have been lots and lots of growing pains, too."
A film for Palmer's new album chronicles the “countless” instances of sexual misconduct she’s faced as a woman in entertainment.
"I had finally done it ... The world was finally hearing my music, and I was ecstatic. Unfortunately, that feeling didn’t last long."
The seven-time Grammy winner says she scrapped plans to perform with Olivia Rodrigo at the 2022 ceremony, which took place last weekend.
Tagoe launched the company with Issa Rae in 2019 and is working with women and artists of color to create a new lane in music, podcasting and more.
Marc Geiger, who co-founded the Chicago music festival in 1990, says the world needs to be ready for "a very long forced timeout."
The Recording Academy says the changes "reflect the current state of the music industry" and will be observed at the 2021 ceremony.
Jamila Thomas and Brianna Agyemang aren’t done holding the music industry accountable for not fighting racism and supporting the Black community.
Several top record labels will turn off the music in order to reflect and implement change in response to the death of George Floyd and the killings of other black people.
The documentary carves out a much-needed space for African American women to be the face of the Me Too movement.