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The Ladies of the Grammys React to Grammy President Neil Portnow’s Speech
Last year, he said female artists should “step up.”
Recording Academy Invites 900 Women and People of Color to Vote for Grammys
The nominations committees are now also majority female.
The Grammys Are Expanding All of Its Major Categories to 8 Nominees
Similar to what the Oscars did with Best Picture.
Grammy President Neil Portnow Will Reportedly Exit Next Year
His contract is set to expire next summer, when he’ll reportedly be replaced.
Recording Academy Admits It Doesn’t Have Enough Women Members
Only 21 percent of Grammy members identify as women, according to NARAS.
Now Male Music Execs Are Calling for Transparency and Change at the Grammys
“Now is the time for NARAS to lead and be transparent.”
Female Music Execs Slam Grammy President’s Comments As ‘Woefully Out of Touch’
“Neil Portnow’s comments are not a reflection of being ‘inarticulate’ in a single interview.”
Female Record Execs Call for Neil Portnow to Vacate Recording Academy Presidency
More than a dozen women have signed a letter asking for Portnow’s resignation from the Recording Academy.
Vanessa Carlton on Her Campaign to Oust Recording Academy President Neil Portnow
“He’s been president for 16 years. Is it
Game of Thrones,
where we wait forever and then pass it down to their son or something?”
Pink Doesn’t Love Grammys President’s Suggestion That Female Artists ‘Step Up’
“Women in music don’t need to ‘step up’ — women have been stepping since the beginning of time.”
CeeLo, Charli XCX, and Kenny G Weigh In on the Iggy Azalea Controversy
Kenny G: “I don’t listen to that crap.”
Rosen on the Grammys: An Incoherent, Kanye-less Slog
What’s up with all the pianos?
Grammy Committee Bends Over Backward to Appease Lady Gaga
They are reportedly considering changing their Best New Artist eligibility rules so Gaga would have a shot at winning the award this year.