The Recording Academy

The Recording Academy has long faced accusations that its process to determine a majority of nominees has not been transparent.
“Because of the secret committees, I will no longer allow my label to submit my music to the Grammys,” the singer told The New York Times.
The Grammy Awards are doing things a little differently this year.
The Recording Academy is now said to be planning for a "more intimate" ceremony to take place March 14.
The Recording Academy's interim president, Harvey Mason Jr., issued a video apology to the comedian on behalf of the organization.
The "Blinding Lights" singer, one of the year's most surprising omissions, demanded "transparency" from the Recording Academy.
The Recording Academy says the changes "reflect the current state of the music industry" and will be observed at the 2021 ceremony.
HuffPost obtained the misconduct allegation used to oust the first woman ever to head the Grammys. It's short and contains no details. One source called it a "sham."
Deborah Dugan was abruptly placed on leave last week, just days before this year's Grammy Awards.