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12/2/22
It’s been a big year for the Brits at the DSPs as Harry Styles’ “As It Was” and Glass Animals’ “Heat Waves” lead the field on our Top 50 YTD Song Streams chart. Future has the most-streamed hip-hop track, while Bad Bunny lands two in the Top 10...
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12/2/22
Republic’s Metro Boomin heats up the cover of Spotify’s New Music Friday behind the release of HEROES & VILLAINS, with “Creepin’” w/The Weeknd & 21 Savage toppin' the set. Also, major cuts from Lewis Capaldi, Arcangel x Bad Bunny, PinkPantheress, A$AP Rocky...
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12/2/22
Amazon Music is gearing up for its inaugural Rotation Winter Formal. Hosted by Gia Peppers, the livestreamed event will take place 12/6 in L.A. and feature performances by R&B artists DVSN, Coco Jones and a special guest.
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12/2/22
Rainmakers 2022, our latest collection of profiles chronicling the careers of influential industry folk, will be in your hot little hands within weeks.
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12/2/22
Famed L.A. recording studio Sound Factory has birthed a new label, inexplicably dubbed Sound Factory Records.
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12/1/22
Keyboardist, singer and songwriter Christine McVie, a key member of Fleetwood Mac during its commercial peak in the 1970s and '80s, died on 11/30 after a short illness. She was 79.
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12/1/22
Ethiopia Habtemariam will be stepping down as chief of Motown Records, she and UMG have jointly announced. A successor will be named at a later date.
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12/1/22
Republic continues to hold down the top two spots on the HITS Top 50 with Taylor Swift’s Midnights and Drake & 21 Savage’s Her Loss, while Morgan Wallen and The Weeknd remain steady in the Top 10.
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12/1/22
Troy Carter and Suzy Ryoo's Venice Music has named Dani Oliva VP of business and legal affairs.
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12/1/22
Morgan Wallen has booked 17 U.S. stadiums in 2023 for his One Night at a Time World Tour, which will open in New Zealand and Australia prior to a North American run stretching from mid-April to early October.
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