LOS ANGELES (AP) — At a pre-Grammy brunch honoring Janelle Monae, a few hundred music industry players and performers packed tightly in a room to hear the singer speak passionately about women being the backbone of the music industry and dominating in nominations at Sunday's show. And then there was a loud noise of glass shattering in the background. "That glass ceiling has to be broken," Monae improvised as the audience erupted into cheers and… Read at AP News
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