Justin Bieber Is First Artist to Reach 50M YouTube Subscribers

Justin Bieber is the first artist to reach 50 million subscribers and 20 billion subscribers on his YouTube artist channel. Bieber has earned over 3 billion views on YouTube in the. Continue reading

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Should We Care If The Grammy Awards Don’t Appreciate Rock And Metal?

A marked lack of representation from rock and metal acts at the most recent Grammy Awards has left many once again asking whether rock is dead, when in reality it. Continue reading

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Discovery Networks Relents, Will Pay Composer’s Their Worth

Following in the massive backlash Discovery Networks received from the television composer community last month after announcing it would cease to properly compensate composers, the company is now backtracking on. Continue reading

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How Tidal Can Embrace Its Mission, Win The Streaming Wars

[UPDATED] In this piece, Frank Woodworth explores how TIDAL – the artist-owned streaming service often overshadowed in the streaming wars by heavy-hitters like Spotify and Apple Music – could embrace. Continue reading

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The Focus Is On Spotify, But Amazon Music Is Coming On Strong

While Spotify has established itself as the top dog of the streaming world, other competing services are catching up, including Amazon Music, which recently passed 55 million subscribers. Guest post. Continue reading

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Build A Home Studio Just Like Billie Eilish For $3000

When accepting the Song of the Year Award at the GRAMMY’s, Billie Eilish’s brother and producer dedicated it to “all the kids who make music in their bedrooms.” That bedroom. Continue reading

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Jucee Froot Signs Joint Venture With Atlantic Records and Art@War

The traditional major label record deal is morphing as Memphis rapper Jucee Froot reminds with her new joint venture deal that includes major label Atlantic Records and indie Art@War via. Continue reading

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Over 400M Sold: Uncut Gems From A Music Supermanager [INTERVIEW]

In this interview we talk with Lucas Keller, music industry supermanager and purveyor of the music management firm Milk & Honey, about his zero tolerance approach to success in a. Continue reading

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Vinyl Pressing Plant Rainbo Records To Close After 80 Years [VIDEO]

After 80 years of manufacturing vinyl for legendary musicians, LA’s Rainbo Records is closing. The LA Times offers a look at their role in creating many iconic pieces of pop. Continue reading

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Brantley Gilbert Supports Farmer Veteran Coalition With Locally Sourced Tour Catering

Country star Brantley Gilbert is partnering with the Farmer Veteran Coalition to purchase a selection of locally sourced food for his catering at each concert stop. Gilbert’s tour caterer, Taste. Continue reading

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