Ariana Grande Files $10M Forever 21 Lawsuit For Misappropriating Her Likeness

Ariana Grande has hit clothing and fashion retailer Forever 21 with a $10 million lawsuit alleging that the company used her likeness in advertising without seeking Grande’s permission.

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Ariana Grande Sued For Her Own Photos

Ariana Grande may be learning the hard way that photographers don’t give away their product for free.  Grande is being sued by photographer Robert Barbera, who claims that Grande posted. Continue reading

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BLACKPINK Beats Ariana Grande, BTS To Claim 3 YouTube Debut Records

"Thank u, next" took on new meaning over the weekend as BLACKPINK’s 'Kill This Love' music video broke three records for its YouTube debut, including beating Ariana Grande and BTS. Continue reading

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15 Major News Outlets Protest Ariana Grande Photo Agreement [Read Full Contract]

15 major news outlets have joined together to oppose  a restrictive photo agreement fot Ariana Grande’s upcoming Sweetener Tour. The agreement, which all photographers must sign to recieve a photo. Continue reading

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Starbucks Launches ‘Cloud Macchiato’ with Ariana Grande

Starbucks has added a new menu item, the Cloud Macchiato and superstar singer Ariana Grande is helping with the roll out. The drink makes its debut in all Starbucks stores. Continue reading

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MON. BRIEF Article 13 Moves Forward • Ariana Grande Rules • Spotify Teardown • More

2.18.19 Music Business News From Around The Web Updated continuously under the More News tab

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This Week In Music Commentary

This week commentators in the music industry look at what what Billboard's Power 100 list got right and wrong, streaming's significant problem with math, why Ariana Grande's fans are the. Continue reading

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Ariana Grande’s 7 Rings Shatters Spotify 24 Hour Record With 15 Million Streams of ‘7 Rings’

Ariana Grande has shattered Spotify's record for the most plays within 24 hours. Grande's single "7 Rings" clocked 14,966,544 streams in its first 24 hours after being released on Friday. Continue reading

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Ariana Grande Breaks Yet Another YouTube Record

Ariana Grande's "Thank U, Next" just broke yet another YouTube record. In addition to being biggest music video debut in YouTube history, earning 55.4 million views in it's first 24 hours,. Continue reading

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MON. BRIEF: Ariana Grande Breaks Spotify, YouTube Records • New Apple Music iHeart Rumors • More

MONDAY 12.3.18 Music Business News From Around The Web Updated continuously under the More News tab

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