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HITS HIGH FIVE: THE FLYNN-FLAM MAN

What a week: Grammy nominations, a guilty plea from a Trump associate and the Standard in WeHo starting to clear space for an edibles shop. To ease the agita generated by the Republicans’ tax plan, may we suggest a dose of the HITS High Five?

Our Grammy nerds spewed their opinions after poring over the nominations list for the 60th annual Grammy Awards.

With no noms in the major categories, will Ed Sheeran sit out the upcoming Grammy show?

The bible is revamping its Top 200 album chart, adjusting the weight of paid vs. ad-supported streams. Whose lobbying efforts will pay off?

Capitol Music Group EVP Dion No I.D. Wilson earned five Grammy nominations this week … and he was still willing to answer our questions.

We rolled out tea, crumpets, beans on toast, spotted dick, McVitie’s Digestives and Pimm’s Cups to get the U.K. music industry to take our calls. It worked!

Check out interviews with Sony U.K.’s Jason Iley, UMG U.K.’s David Joseph, WMG’s Max Lousada, Columbia President Ferdy Unger-Hamilton, UMPG's Daryl Watts, Atlantic RecordsBen Cook and Asylum’s Ed Howard, Polydor co-Presidents Ben Mortimer and Tom March, Capitol’s Jo Charrington and Jamie Oborne of All on Red management and label Dirty Hit. And if many of the acts mentioned by this illustrious crowd are a bit of a mystery, we’ve created a playlist to make it easy for you to check them out.