New albums from DIY stalwarts Car Seat Headrest and Diet Cig drop this week, along with actor Caleb Landry Jones' musical debut and new releases from Jojo and Austra.
The event will be broadcast live on Instagram Live through Shaquille O'Neal's page. It will begin at 10 p.m. ET with a wide array of celebrities and a virtual dance floor.
"Once upon a time, Kim Kardashian West broke the internet. Now, Drake is going to break TikTok."
A lot of new albums just dropped to keep you entertained in self-isolation, including the latest from Waxahatchee, 5 Seconds of Summer and more.
The Canadian rapper joked in an Instagram post that his new music had leaked as he directed fans to listen on Soundcloud and YouTube.
This year's host is Alicia Keys, who has won 15 GRAMMY awards in the past and hosted the event in 2019.
The rapper ended his set as fans chanted "We want Frank," referring to Frank Ocean.
If you haven't seen 'Top Boy' before, this gritty gang drama is the antithesis of 'Downton Abbey.'
Daniels worked with some of the music industry's biggest talents, like Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, Whitney Houston, Drake, Lady Gaga and Michael Jackson.
Tracks like "Trust Issues," "Can I" and "Girls Love Beyoncé" make an appearance on the 17-track project.
Eminem calls out Charlamagne tha God, Drake and Machine Gun Kelly in a no-holds-barred album.
In addition to being charged with breaking public traffic laws, the woman faces charges for wearing inappropriate clothing and dancing in public.
People who have attempted the dance have tripped on potholes, been hit by cars and collided with poles.
Beatty, a Democrat, took to Twitter to encourage midterm election voter turnout from millennials by dancing to one of the demographic's most beloved artists: Drake.
Drake worked on Kanye West's album 'Ye' despite both parties involvement in the Pusha-T feud
Drake and Perkins had to be separated on the court.
"Fortnite" is throwing a celebrity-studded E3 battle royale for the ages, who might show up?