Grammy Awards

Grammys: Doja Cat snub angers fans, compared to Nicki Minaj

Despite a successful year and a widely praised performance at the ceremony, the Jewish-American rapper didn't take home a single award.

Jewish highlights of Grammys: Breakout performance but no win for Haim

The ceremony was unusual: There was no audience, the nominees sat outdoors at socially distant tables and the awards were announced by people involved with local music venues across the US.

By EMILY BURACK/JTA
15/03/2021
Singer Taylor Swift receives the Tour of the Year award during the iHeartRadio Music Awards in Los A

Taylor Swift unveils unreleased songs on newly recorded 'Fearless' album

The original "Fearless," released in 2008.

By REUTERS
11/02/2021

Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl, Grammy-winner Kurstin release Hanukkah series

The series, titled the "Hanukkah Sessions," will be in lieu of a Christmas theme this year to highlight the Jewish holiday.

From left: Jack Antonoff, Doja Cat and the Haim Sisters.

2021 Grammy Awards: All the Jewish nominees

Ranging all the way from the sister rock band Haim to comedian Tiffany Haddish, these are the Jewish artists who made the biggest impact on the recording industry this year.

By EMILY BURACK/ JTA
25/11/2020

Rapper T.I. in $75,000 US settlement over cryptocurrency offering

The SEC alleged that T.I. in 2017 promoted and sold FLiK tokens on his social media accounts, falsely claiming to be a FLiK co-owner and urging his followers to invest in the coins.

By REUTERS
12/09/2020
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Some of Disney's most successful hit songs have a Jewish background

Ashman, who wrote songs for the Little Mermaid, Aladdin, The Beauty and the Beast, died of AIDS at the age of 40. In 2018, Disney released a documentary film about Ashman's life, titled Howard.

Billie Eilish to give ‘special performance’ at Oscars ceremony

Newly minted Grammy-winner Billie Eilish will perform live at the Oscars ceremony next month.

By REUTERS
30/01/2020

Vampire Weekend wins 2020 Grammy for best alternative album

The Jewish highlight came when Vampire Weekend, led by Jewish rocker Ezra Koenig, won best alternative album of the year.

By EMILY BURACK/ JTA
28/01/2020
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