Days after winning three GRAMMY awards for his work with Daft Punk, musical legend Nile Rodgers stopped by for a Google+ Hangout with Billboard. While chatting with Billboard's Kerri Mason, he dropped some news about a new Chic album and shared a never-before-heard new solo track.
Daft Punk returns to No. 1 on Dance/Electronic Albums and sets the pace on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs following multiple Grammy wins. Zedd, a fellow Grammy winner, and Timeflies debut new singles and Bastille accomplishes a crossover rarity.
Sublime British vocalist Sam Smith, one of Billboard's 14 Artists to Watch in 2014, was on hand at the GRAMMY red carpet to discuss his upcoming debut album with Billboard. "I've never been in a relationship before and I really wanted to make an album that was about love," Smith says.
The tuxedoed robots walked into the 56th GRAMMY Awards tonight with four artist nominations and they walked out with four trophies including Record of the Year and Album of the Year, marking the first time an artist has won in both Album of the Year and Best Dance/Electronica Album categories.