Colin Kaepernick NOT OK With Travis Scott Super Bowl Gig

After rapper Travis Scott was announced as a guest performer with Maroon 5 during the halftime show for the Super Bowl month, he revealed that as a condition of his. Continue reading

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FRI. BRIEF: Spotify Settles $1.6B Wixen Suit • Beyonce, SZA Albums Leak • Travis Scott To Super Bowl • More

FRIDAY 12.21.18 Music Business News From Around The Web Updated continuously under the More News tab

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Nicki Minaj Blasts Spotify As ‘Queen’ Fails To Hit #1

Nicki Minaj has lashed out at Spotify, saying that the streamer "took away my promotion" after her new album "Queen" failed to debut at #1.  Minaj also dragged Drake and. Continue reading

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QUICK HITS: Holder Exits BMI For Sony/ATV • Warner Music • Pasquale Rotella • Much More

Music Business News For The Time Deprived Sony/ATV Music Publishing has appointed Ian Holder as Vice President, Creative based in New York.  He joins after 10 years at BMI where. Continue reading

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Music Supported Advertising: The Weeknd’s H&M Spring Icon Collection

The Weeknd has partnered with H&M to design a clothing line based his personal style. The 25 piece “Spring Icons” collection was teased this week with a new commercial: "I. Continue reading

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How #Coachella Announcement Exploded On #Twitter [CHART]

In the 24 hours after Coachella announced its 2017 lineup, it exploded on Twitter.There were 510,000+ Tweets mentioning "Coachella" That's mentions of the event (@Coachella, #Coachella, #Coachella2017) and doesn't include. Continue reading

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‘Bitcoin For Rock Stars’: An Update From D.A. Wallach Part 1 [INTERVIEW]

In a followup to an article he wrote in 2014 regarding the potential for cryptocurrency to revolutionize the music industry, recording artist/songwriter D.A. Wallach recently did an interview with Forbes in. Continue reading

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BuzzAngle Music CEO Lidestri Takes On Billboard, Nielsen SoundScan With Innovative Music Charts [INTERVIEW]

Larry Leblanc of Celebrity Access speaks with Jim Lidestri, CEO of Border City Media, a company which is competing directly with industry giant Nielsen Soundscan with the launch of its music. Continue reading

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