Robert Glasper is an American jazz pianist, producer, and composer who recently expressed his gratitude for Chris Brown’s criticism of the Grammy Awards. Brown, a popular R&B singer, took to social media to express his disappointment in the Grammy Awards for not recognizing hip-hop and R&B artists. Glasper, who has won three Grammys himself, was in agreement with Brown and shared his thoughts on Twitter.
Glasper is no stranger to the music industry. He has worked with a number of high-profile artists, including Beyonce, Maxwell, and Kendrick Lamar. He is also the leader of the Robert Glasper Experiment, a jazz/hip-hop fusion group. Glasper has also been nominated for a number of awards, including a Grammy for his work on the Kendrick Lamar album “To Pimp a Butterfly”.
Despite his agreement with Brown, Glasper still expressed his desire to collaborate with the singer. Glasper tweeted, “I still wanna work with Chris Brown. That’s still a thing that’s gonna happen.” Glasper’s tweet was met with a wave of support from fans and fellow musicians alike.
The Grammy Awards, established in 1959, are annual awards presented by the Recording Academy to recognize outstanding achievement in the music industry. The awards are given in many categories, including rap, R&B, and jazz. However, in recent years, the Grammys have come under fire for not recognizing hip-hop and R&B artists.
Chris Brown’s criticism of the Grammy Awards is not the first of its kind. In 2018, the rapper Drake called out the Recording Academy for not recognizing him for his work on his album “Scorpion”. Glasper’s statement of gratitude for Brown’s criticism is a sign of the growing dissatisfaction with the Grammy Awards.
Robert Glasper is a respected figure in the music industry and his opinion carries a lot of weight. His support of Chris Brown’s criticism of the Grammy Awards is a sign of the growing dissatisfaction with the awards. While Glasper still wants to collaborate with Brown, it is unclear if the two will ever work together.