Since winning American Idol in 2005, Carrie has been a fixture at the top of the charts. All five of her albums have debuted at number one on the US Country charts and she has amassed 26 number one singles.
She was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in 2008, awarded 7 GRAMMYs, and sold out arenas around the world. Next year, fans across North America will have a chance to watch Carrie perform in person when her #CryPrettyTour360 kicks off in May.
"If you look throughout history, if you look throughout any movement, love was at the center of it,” reflects @janellemonae in her new Artist Spotlight Story. "It’s contagious, It’s a good virus — and I want to infect people with it.” Watch Janelle Monáe: A Revolution of Love now on YouTube Music. Link in bio.
Directed by Emma Westenberg and released today on YouTube, "A Revolution of Love" takes fans behind the scenes of the multi-talented — singer, songwriter, producer, dancer, actor and activist — Monáe’s creative movement.
With a voice and a personality that connected with fans worldwide, Amy quickly achieved iconic status. Her album Back to Black not only broke records for awards and sales, but remains a testament to her undeniable talent, turmoil, and tenderness.
We lost her way too soon, but her legacy lives on. Amy’s timeless music continues to inspire up-and-coming artists around the world, and serves as a constant reminder of the impact that her songwriting had on the world.
Meet The Blaze (@theblazeprod), our newest #ArtistontheRise. Based in Paris, cousins Guillaume and Jonathan Alric are producers and filmmakers who work across mediums to bring emotion and feeling into everything they make. Their debut album, Dancehall, is out today.
Creating their music and films in tandem, The Blaze’s approach has already earned them significant praise. The video for Territory was the unanimous selection for the Film Craft Grand Prix at Cannes Lions and Moonlight director Barry Jenkins called it “THE best piece of art I’ve seen in 2017.”
They bring that same emotional energy to their live show, which has steadily grown alongside their music production and film work. They’ve graced festival stages all year long, including a North American debut at Coachella in April.