If you took the recordings or publishing catalog of any major music company today and dumped it in a basket — away from all overhead, untouched and unloved — the popularity of streaming would still provide you with a significant guaranteed return each year. Considering the complete lack of operative costs involved in this structure, this basket of rights would naturally carry a very high profit margin, and therefore, demand a very high valuation. … [Read more...] about New Records Drop Every Minute. But Back-Catalogs Are Driving The Music Industry’s Transformation
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“To make matters worse, the participation pool that Universal was proposing was far worse financially for Moritz than any other pool participation he had ever received on any film in the FF Franchise,” the detailed complaint declares. The document also claims Langley herself got on the phone with Moritz in August and said “We know you have a deal and you don’t have to change it” while asking him to consider doing just that. … [Read more...] about Universal Sued By ‘Fast & Furious’ Producer Neal Moritz Over Dwayne Johnson & Jason Statham Spinoff
The hashtag #SushantUnseenVideo began trending on Twitter and netizens reacted to the videos. Many called out the news channel for supporting an alleged drug peddler, while others expressed their grief after watching the video and recalling the late Bollywood actor. … [Read more...] about Sushant Singh Rajput’s Unseen Videos Recorded By Rhea Chakraborty Go Viral
Outside of the Top Ten, The Weeknd and Calvin Harris enjoyed the week’s biggest debut: “Over Now,” a downtempo disco collaboration penned by ten different songwriters, picked up 8.6 million streams, good for a Number 17 debut. Internet Money’s “Blastoff,” which features vocals from Juice WRLD and Trippie Redd, arrived at Number 30 (7.8 million streams), and Chris Stapleton was the only other artist to launch a new song, “Starting Over,” into the Top 40. … [Read more...] about RS Charts: Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘WAP’ Is Number One Again
Randy's publicist tells us several stars have reached out since Randy was admitted to the hospital with heart issues this weekend ... including Josh Turner, The Oak Ridge Boys, Joe Nichols, Lyle Lovett, Kenny Rogers, Ray Price, Lee Greenwood and Chuck Norris. … [Read more...] about Randy Travis — Get Well Phone Call From CHUCK NORRIS!!!