Was Kanye West running onstage during Beck’s Album of the Year speech as horrible as it sounds? Why was Iggy Azalea’s hair such an epic fail? Read on for the Best and Worst Moments of 2015 Grammy Awards.
Music’s biggest night or music’s biggest snooze fest? The 2015 Grammy Awards were a night to remember, but not necessarily for the right reasons. For hip-hop heads (or really, anyone born after the year 1980) the annual awards ceremony was fraught with its fair share of side eye-induci…
Music's biggest night closed with one of hip-hop's most relevant and moving songs. Common and John Legend brought social issues to the forefront with their track, 'Glory,' featured in the lauded film 'Selma.'
After Common and John Legend's song 'Glory' won for Best Original Song at the 2015 Golden Globe Awards, it became obvious the soulful cut written for the movie 'Selma' touched many, from critics to fans. It's likely the song will touch even more when the duo perform it …
After winning the Golden Globe for Best Original Song for ‘Glory’, from the MLK movie ‘Selma,’ Common and John Legend will perform the tune at the 2015 Grammy Awards. Also hitting the stage is Usher and Pharrell Williams.
It's only been a few days since Common and John Legend received the Golden Globe for their collaboration, 'Glory,' from the civil rights film, 'Selma,' but the duo are already receiving another nomination for the song in the form of an Oscar award.
From party anthems to political critique, hip-hop had everything in 2014. Newcomers held their own while OGs proved that rap is anything but dead. To top it off, we even got a surprise album or two. Vote for Hip-Hop Album of the Year in the 2015 The Boombox Fan Choice Awards.