The 2019 Grammy nominations were revealed on Friday morning, and a couple of Canada’s biggest names were given multiple nods.
In a departure from last year, in which Jay-Z was the only artist to score nods in the top three categories, Drake, Lamar, and Carlile all garnered nominations for record, song, and album of the year.
Music fans offended by Recording Academy president and CEO Neil Portnow’s controversial remark earlier this year will no doubt be pleased to see the just-announced list of contenders for the 61st Annual Grammy Awards
CBC Radio says it will join at least two other broadcasters in the country, Rogers Media and Bell Media, who have pulled the controversial Christmas favourite out of their rotations this year.
It’s no surprise, but Drake is the king of Spotify: He is the platform’s most-streamed artist of the year globally. Drake is also Spotify’s most-streamed artist of all-time.
Apple released its “Best of 2018” list Tuesday that Drake’s “Scorpion” was the top album, while his hit “God’s Plan” was the most popular single.
Musicians will haul in their guitars on Dec. 16 for a full acoustic concert -- one of four shows which are part of the Spirit in the Mountain concert series at the Grotto Mountain cave in Alberta this winter.
Mighty Mouse has come to save the Met. Yannick Nezet-Seguin conducts his first performance as just the third music director in the Metropolitan Opera's 135-year-old history when he mounts the podium of the financially challenged company Tuesday night
Roots and Shawn Mendes release limited-edition capsule collection December 4, 2018, at 3:00 P.M. E.T. at the Roots store in the CF Toronto Eaton Centre
The rapper revealed that he considers Canada his second home and even wants to get his dual citizenship here.