Happy post-GRAMMY day. We’re mentioning it all, including the story of the year: Beyoncé made history at last night’s ceremony to become the most decorated artist of the awards body’s 65 years. Beyoncé now holds 32 statuettes, spanning her decades in the music industry, yet the coveted Album of the Year trophy — which was thought to be a lock for her fully immersive celebration of Black, queer dance music RENAISSANCE — once again eluded her.
Catch our nod to Queen Bey at the top of the show, and listen on for a few more GRAMMY-themed highlights including the song that delivered Bonnie Raitt her top prize, Robert Glasper’s Best R&B Album winning Black Radio III, and Steve Lacy who picked up a well deserved win for Best Progressive R&B album, and brought down the GRAMMY’s house with his live rendition of breakout hit “Bad Habit” (complete with an appearance from Thundercat).
If you want to catch “Bad Habit” live for yourself, while breathing the same air as Lacy and friends, we’ve got you covered. Enter here for your chance to catch his curated night as part of the recently announced Re:SET concert series at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Lacy’s night happens on Friday, June 2 and will feature performances from James Blake, Toro y Moi, and Fousheé.