The 'Scars to Your Beautiful' singer has also been unraveled as the host of the 49th annual Canada's Grammys at the nominations ceremony where she scores nods including Artist of the Year.
In addition to announcing the release date of 'Changes', the 'Yummy' singer reveals his plans for a massive North American tour that will kick off in mid-May in Seattle, Washington.
The 'Anaconda' rapper is going to release her collaboration with Meghan Trainor on January 31 to celebrate the release of Meghan's new album 'Treat Myself'.
This arrives after the hip-hop veteran canceled his initial gig in London on January 18 at which he was originally set to be a headliner for the touring Beat Horizon Festival.
In a video shared on Instagram Stories, the female emcee suggests that 'there had to be some serious handshakes that had to happen' following his Best Rap Album win at the event.
The 'Going Bad' releases 'Letter to Nipsey' after honoring the slain MC in an all-star performance with DJ Khaled and John Legend at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards.
As people wonder why the 'Wrecking Ball' singer didn't attend the 62nd Grammy Awards, she hints that she's not invited to award shows anymore because of her shocking antics at the 2013 MTV EMAs.
Also absent from the tribute clip at the January 26 ceremony are Silver Jews founder David Berman, The Beat vocalist Ranking Roger and Geto Boys rapper Bushwick Bill among others.
The 'Sober' singer makes her comeback at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards by performing 'Anyone', a 'cry for help' song she recorded just four days before she suffered a drug overdose in 2018.
The winner of 2020 Best Rap Album says he's grateful but at the same time feels like his victory was just a backhanded compliment from the Recording Academy.
The 'Yummy' hitmaker and the Migos member are joined by a group of children as they shoot for what is expected to be a tune from the former's upcoming record.
Instead of trying to be like Eminem or Kanye West, the 'Life Is Good' rapper did the complete opposite and has now become a trendsetter in the hip-hop industry.
In addition to Best New Artist, the singer takes home Song and Record of the Year for 'Bad Guy' and Album of the Year for 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?'.
The 18-year-old singer brings home the accolade thanks to her mega hit 'Bad Guy', while the late rapper is honored with Best Rap/Sung Performance trophy for 'Higher'.
Though losing his bid to get reinstated for the tribute performance, the drummer joins Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton and Brad Whitford onstage to collect the 2020 Person of the Year prize.
With 'Music to Be Murdered By', the 'Stan' himaker joins The Beatles, Jay-Z, Bruce Springsteen, Barbra Streisand and Elvis Presley as the only acts to have scored 10 or more number one albums.
In a candid new interview, the 'Lose You to Love Me' hitmaker confirms that her No. 1 song was inspired by her on-off relationship with the now-husband of Hailey Baldwin.
The former Disney darling is so emotional during the performance for her brand new song, 'Anyone', that she even needs to restart her set and cries in the process.
Meanwhile, Billie Eilish delivers a rendition of 'When the Party's Over' for her first ever Grammy performance, while Usher teams up with FKA twigs and Sheila E. for Prince tribute performance.
Other early winners announced at the three-hour Premiere Ceremony hours before the 62nd prizegiving's main event include Madonna, Beyonce and late Chris Cornell.