Bob Dylan Scores First-Ever Billboard #1 With A 17 Minute Song

Bob Dylan has scored his first-ever #1 on the Billboard charts with a 17-minute song about the assassination of JFK. “Murder Most Foul,” released March 27th, chronicles the 1963 assassination of President. Continue reading

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Pitbull Throws Down with ‘I Believe That We Will Win’ Release, Fan Generated Video

It started with a chant commonly shared at sporting events and a call from a friend. “He told me, ‘Hey, I made a beat to this’ and I thought it. Continue reading

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26M Watch ‘Bocelli: Music For Hope’ UMG YouTube Broadcast [VIDEO]

UPDATED: More than 3 million watched live on YouTube Sunday as Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli performed inside an empty Duomo cathedral in Milan, Italy. Within hours that number had ballooned to. Continue reading

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Universal Music Fire Class Action Lawsuit Dismissed

A federal judge in LA has dismissed the class-action lawsuit brought against Universal Music Group by musicians after a 2008 fire that destroyed a substantial part of the UMG archive. Continue reading

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#CoronaPositive: Lizzo Treats Detroit Emergency Room Staff To Lunch

Lizzo treated medical staff at a Michigan hospital to lunch, providing a little support as they cope with the growing health crisis inflicted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Emergency room staff. Continue reading

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Spotify, Warner Music Group Sign ‘Expanded’ Global Licensing Deal

Warner Music Group and Spotify have signed a new “expanded” global licensing deal both companies announced on Wednesday. A joint statement reads: “Warner Music Group and Spotify are pleased to. Continue reading

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Midem 2020 Cancelled, Digital Edition Planned

Global music industry convention Midem scheduled for June 2-5 in Cannes, is canceled over concerns about the coronavirus and a digital edition is being planned. The next Midem will take. Continue reading

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RIAA Realizes It Sued Over A Songs It Doesn’t Hold The Copyrights For

Everyone makes mistakes, and when the RIAA sued Charter Communications roughly a year ago for not kicking users off for copyright infringement, it seems the copyrights in questions were not. Continue reading

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Lil Uzi Vert Sets Streaming Records, Shocks Industry With New Album ‘Eternal Atake’

Off the scene for about three years, famed rapper Lil Uzi Vert has wasted no time retaking charts since returning to the scene, with his new album ETERNAL TAKE debuting. Continue reading

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Led Zeppelin’s Latest Copyright Win Could Change How Courts View Infringement

For those following the latest “Stairway to Heaven” copyright case will doubtless be aware, Led Zeppelin have emerged victorious against Spirit guitarist Randy Wolfe after a tumultuous ordeal with the. Continue reading

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