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THE DEATH OF PRINT JOURNALISM: GRAMMY PREVIEW EDITION

Columbia’s Harry Styles, whose smash Fine Line album has yielded two giant #1 singles in “Adore You” and “Watermelon Sugar,” is widely considered among the strongest contenders for major Grammy glory early next year. Harry exudes a charisma that recalls the rock and pop superstars of another era—and he doubtless yearns for a time before we existed. (Photo by Hélène Marie Pambrun)

Recording Academy interim CEO and Board Chairman Harvey Mason Jr. is in the spotlight as Grammy season ramps up, and that includes a Q&A in our latest issue. As he contemplates awards considerations and telecast logistics in this punishing pandemic year, he may well wish he’d decided to socially distance from us.

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