The singer talks her gorgeous new single 'Marmot,' her upbringing, and redefining creativity in quarantine.
President Obama, Taylor Swift, and Hayley Kiyoko will appear in support of the LGBTQ community.
Selena said the song resonated with her because she has made "decisions that aren’t necessarily healthy for me."
Musicians like Dua Saleh and Queen Najia are pumping out powerful protest anthems that cross musical genres.
The English singer talks making one of the year’s most upbeat albums.
She also reveals which tracks from Solange and Demi Lovato are keeping her sane during quarantine.
Plus, in a song association first: the Kit Kat jingle!
This isn't her first time being nominated at a major awards show, either...
She's written songs for Beyoncé and J.Lo—now it's Gordon's time to shine.
"We have spent so much time perfecting this album."
Meanwhile, K-pop fans have been mobilizing to help keep peaceful protesters safe from police.
"I no longer am going to define myself as a survivor, or a victim of sexual assault. I just am a person that is free," she said.
"Maybe it's time for us to say goodbye 'cause / I'm feelin' the way that I'm feelin', I'm feelin' with you."
"I might be messed up, but I know what's love / You want a real taste, at least I'm not a fake."
Both Rihanna and Selena's takes on the song are iconic.