Analysis: Grammy’s history makers still golden

There might be some enjoyment this year, nevertheless, as there are some possibilities for records to be broken (see what I simply did there?).

Beyoncé: At the minute, music impresario Quincy Jones has 28 statues and holds the record as the living individual with the most Grammys.

However look out for Queen Bey.
Entering into Sunday’s event, she has 24 and is chosen for 8 more (consisting of 2 nods for record of the year, thanks to her tune “Black Parade” and her highlighted efficiency on Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage Remix”). That suggests Bey might potentially connect or exceed Jones.

Beyoncé might likewise connect or exceed Alison Krauss. With 27 Grammy Awards, the bluegrass-country vocalist is the lady who presently has one of the most wins.

The late conductor Georg Solti, who passed away in 1997, holds the total record of 31.

John Williams: “Star Wars” has actually been great to Williams.

With 25 Grammys, he is the most effective movie author of perpetuity, taking house his very first award at the 1975 Grammys for scoring the movie “Jaws.”

He won in 2015 for “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Symphonic Suite.”

At 89, Williams is now up for a possible 26th Grammy. “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” is chosen for finest rating soundtrack for visual media.

Jay-Z: Success runs in the Carter household.

Beyoncé’s hubby holds the title of the rap artist with the most Grammy wins.

He’s chosen for 3 this time around to possibly contribute to the 22 he currently has.

The couple’s 9-year-old child is likewise up for a Grammy for her part in her mama’s tune “Brown Skin Girl,” making Blue Ivy among the youngest candidates ever in the history of the Grammys.

The Grammy Awards will transmit Sunday on CBS at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT.

For your weekend

3 things to see:

‘Kid 90’

"Kid 90" reveals a slice of life as a teen Hollywood star in the 1990s, with original footage from Soleil Moon Frye.

Soleil Moon Frye is all matured now, however back in the 1990s she was a teen star who numerous had actually enjoyed as a kid star on the hit ’80s comedy “Punky Brewster.”

She videotaped her teenage years in Hollywood and New York City City, locking away the video for twenty years. Now, that time pill uses a look into life for superstars prior to the surge of social networks.

“Kid 90” starts streaming Friday on Hulu.

‘Audrey’

"Audrey" takes a closer look at who the real Audrey Hepburn was.

This documentary includes never-before-seen video and intimate stories from those who understood and enjoyed Audrey Hepburn. It explores her life from youth to her increase as a star, style icon and benefactor.

“Audrey” begins streaming on Netflix Sunday.

‘Genera+ion’

Justice Smith plays Chester, an out and proud water-polo star, in "Genera+ion."
This dramedy is billed as “a dark yet playful half-hour following a group of high school students whose exploration of modern sexuality (devices and all) tests deeply entrenched beliefs about life, love and the nature of family in their conservative community.”

The very first 3 episodes drop Thursday on HBO Max, a unit of CNN’s moms and dad business, WarnerMedia.

2 things to listen to:

Award-winning actress Laverne Cox, shown at the 71st Emmy Awards in LA on September 22, 2019, now has a weekly podcast series.

Emmy winner Laverne Cox has actually teamed with Shondaland Audio and iHeartMedia for “The Laverne Cox Show” podcast.

The “Orange Is the New Black” star hosts a weekly series of intimate discussions indicated to promote “a spiritual makeover.”

“It is my hope that this becomes a place that fosters perspectives that might inspire new behavior in each of us, which in turn gets us closer to becoming the very best versions of ourselves,” Cox stated of her podcast.
Actress Diane Guerrero's podcast is a forum for real talk on mental health.

Cox’s previous “OITNB” co-star Diane Guerrero likewise has a brand-new podcast.

“Yeah No, I’m Not OK” concentrates on psychological health.

“We want to start a mental health revolution,” Guerrero stated of her podcast. “A movement that can start by talking about how we feel. One where we’re not ashamed of our own human experience.”‬

Something to speak about:

(From left) Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, shared revelations about the royal family with Oprah Winfrey on CBS March 7.
I cannot liquidate today’s newsletter without speaking about Oprah Winfrey’s interview with Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
There has actually currently been lots of conversation about the bombshell accusations of bigotry exposed in the unique, in addition to the master class in speaking with Winfrey provided.

For me, it was a suggestion of the time when individuals rallied around live TELEVISION occasions.

Sure, we still have things like the Super Bowl, however when was the last time there was a lot enjoyment and interest in an interview — not to discuss the scores gold mine?

Chalk it approximately the alchemy that takes place when members of royalty — that includes Queen Oprah — come together.

Mentioning the royals, have a look at CNN’s Royal News newsletter for all the most recent on our preferred British household.

Something to drink on

Trying to find something to jam to? We asked a few of our pals around CNN which tunes individuals may be shocked they remain in to.

Costs Dam, CNN chief environment reporter

Depends upon the individual. Some may be shocked by Lizzo, Doja Feline and Kanye West. Others by Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings and Old 97s.

Alison Kosik, CNN reporter

That would be Night Ranger — “Sister Christian.”

Christine Romans, CNN chief company reporter

Jackson Browne’s “Running on Empty.” It’s old-school, I understand, however specifically appropriate in Covid. It’s a fantastic tune for raking forward into the unidentified here.

Boris Sanchez, CNN reporter

I mainly stay with reggaeton or hip-hop, so Spotify shocked me at the end of 2020 with an alert that I remained in the leading 0.1% of Rammstein’s listeners. Heavy, distorted and dark, with lyrics I can’t completely comprehend: fitting for such a bleak year.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.