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THE GRAMMY WHISPERER LOOKS INTO RECORD OF
THE YEAR
Grein's latest fearless forecast (10/16a)
I.B. BAD: NEW BEGINNINGS
Lots of action on the biz chessboard (10/16a)
A&R IN 2017: CUTTING THROUGH THE BULLSHIT
Determining the "it" factor. (10/16a)
AN OPEN LETTER TO
JOHN AMATO
So is this. (10/13a)
REVIEW: SPRINGSTEEN ON BROADWAY
Phil Gallo got a ticket! (10/13a)
HITS GRAMMY SPECIAL
You buy ad now, yes?
WE WILL NEVER EAT PIZZA AGAIN
Of course, we said that last time.
EMINEM
The cypher vs. the cipher.
A WHOLE NEW CHESSBOARD
You can't tell the players without a trade rag.
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YOUR RADIO ADD RECAP

It was a landslide this week, as Republic's Post Malone lapped the competition to the tune of 51 adds on impact for "Rockstar" f/21 Savage. Next in line was G-Eazy's "No Limit" f/ A$AP Rocky and Cardi B (RCA) with 12, the same amount as The Weeknd's "Die For You" (XO/Republic). Columbia had a strong showing with Ayo & Teo's "Better Off Alone," as did Roc Nation with Jay Z's "Bam" f/ Damian Marley


 
 
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