Falguni Shah on winning Grammy for Best Children's Music Album: 'Turned singer-songwriter when I became a mom'
"You can never expect a Grammy, but there is always a chance. You can always hope and wish for it, which I did," says US-based Indiana artist Falguni Shah in an exclusive interview.
Indian composer Ricky Kej on winning second Grammy, and his wish to collaborate with Hans Zimmer, AR Rahman
"I would love to collaborate with AR Rahman. I have met him a few times. In fact, he emailed and congratulated me on winning the Grammy," says Ricky Kej, who won the award in the Best New Age Album category for Divine Tides.
Bryan Adams’ music is immediately associated with a sense of nostalgia not just for the love from our past, but for the love for Mumbai [then Bombay], that was at the threshold of irreversible change when he performed there in 1994.
As Abhishek Bachchan turns 46, here's looking through some of Bachchan family photos
If anything, the year has seen albums too short, songs too long, egos too big, and debuts too exciting, spoiling us for choice, and pushing us to redefine our own understanding of an album as we lumbered back onto our post-lockdown lives.
Dave Grohl, The Storyteller: How the former Nirvana drummer reinvented himself after Kurt Cobain's suicide
From becoming a member of one of the biggest bands in recent history to dealing with creative existentialism, and then rising to create one of the greatest rock bands even, Dave Grohl has drummed up a lifetime of experiences.
Despite the weak start, Doja Cat fulfils her promise on Planet Her, with an exciting, unpredictable style and a vocal ability that can switch from buttery sweetness to cutting raps.
Written by Bruce Springsteen and directed by frequent collaborator Thom Zimny, his documentary will release on Apple TV+ on 23 October
Taylor Swift's album Folklore nabs 7th No. 1 title on Billboard chart marking best first-week sales in 2020
The last album to sell more units in a single week was Taylor Swift's Lover, released last August
Taylor Swift's new album Folklore is a definitive jolt away from a near-decade of her signature big-tent pop
Folklore is not really about embracing a new genre so much as abandoning any sense of duty to the ones Taylor Swift has been built upon.
Yash Raj Films completes 50 years: Picking the best album of every decade, from Kabhie Kabhi to Ishaqzaade
Just like its movies, the music of Yash Raj Films has endured over the years, with albums like Silsila, Darr, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, and Veer-Zaara.
Norah Jones releases new album Pick Me Up Off the Floor, songs chart artiste's journey through depression
Though Norah Jones' 11-track album was written and recorded sporadically, it is a cohesive set that is personal and emotional
Lady Gaga releases Sour Candy, her collab with K-Pop superstar Blackpink, along with new album Chromatica
The song features production from Lady Gaga's frequent collaborator BloodPop and BURNS
Coronavirus Outbreak: Lady Gaga postpones release of new album Chromatica, says 'it just doesn't feel right'
Lady Gaga began her announcement by asking people if they are safe and social distancing by staying at home to combat the coronavirus
In October, Selena Gomez released her song 'Look At Her Now', just a day after releasing 'Lose You to Love Me.'
The future of the Indian music album: Pop industry increasingly abandons format, though indie artists continue to prefer it
The answer to the question 'Is the album becoming irrelevant?', especially in the context of the Indian music industry, is ‘It depends on what kind of artist you’re talking about’
Kanye West's upcoming album 'Jesus Is King' probably has 12 tracks, which includes 'Water'.
The proceeds that will be generated from this song will be given to Extinction Rebellion on her request.
On Assume Form, James Blake gives listeners the most fully realised statement since bursting onto the scene.
St Vincent's stripped-down MassEducation offers a chance for an intimate reading of her impeccable songcraft
St Vincent's MassEducation takes the songs from last year's neon and latex themed Masseduction and flips them into unplugged dirges that allow listeners to marvel at the underlying songcraft.