The Drop: BORNS

The GRAMMY Museum is thrilled to welcome singer/songwriter BØRNS to the Clive Davis theater for an intimate conversation and performance surrounding the recent release of his second full-length album Blue Madonna (Interscope Records). The evening will be hosted by GRAMMY Museum Executive Director Scott Goldman.

Soon after moving to Los Angeles at age 21, BØRNS connected with producer Tommy English through a mutual friend and started working on his 2014 debut EP, Candy. His debut full-length Dopamine was released in the fall of 2015 to rave reviews with the Associated Press calling it "some of the most heartfelt electronic-based music in recent memory," while Spin noted that BØRNS "writes brilliant pop songs that worm their way into your heart in an instant." Following the smash success of his platinum-selling single "Electric Love," BØRNS has performed at major festivals in addition to headlining a sold-out theater tour in 2016. Blue Madonna was released on Jan. 12 and was followed by a sold-out North American headline tour by BØRNS. He recently performed at this year’s Coachella festival and will continue his festival run with Common Ground, Lollapalooza, Osheaga, Reading, and Leads, with a fall headline tour to be announced soon. BØRNS recently partnered with Adobe to create his new video for "We Don’t Care."