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I.B. BAD: AN EPIC TALE
Contemplating scenarios in an extremely fluid situation. (5/26a)
BRYSON TILLER'S SURPRISE DROP
The latest nontraditional release shakes up chart picture. (5/26a)
LIL YACHTY, MEET
LIL JIMMY
Look who toured Hollywood Blvd. Thursday...all the way from the Capitol Tower. (5/26a)
YTD MARKETSHARE SCORECARD
...slice by slice (5/26a)
HOMB2: HE'S DeMANN
Right, said Freddy. (5/26a)
A&R IN THE AGE OF STREAMING
You know you were wondering.
LORDE'S NEXT LEVEL
How Melodrama took shape.
NASHVILLE BIG CAT
His last album made him a star. Will this one explode?
APPLE'S NEXT MOVE
The plan for domination.
Music City
THE DAWN OF DAWSON
5/8/17


On Friday night, Warner Music Nashville/Atlantic newcomer Devin Dawson made his Grand Ole Opry debut shortly after making his national TV debut on Seth Meyers. Watch a video of the latter here.

Dawson, who performed single "All on Me," as well as new song "Dark Horse," was included in Rolling Stone's 10 Artists You Need to Know in March, along with CMT's 17 for 2017, and is a 2017 Vevo dscvr artist.

"All on Me," which already boasts around 8m Spotify streams, was the Most Added song at Country radio from a new artist last week.

Dawson is set to perform tonight at the Association of Independent Music Publishers Awards, where he's nominated as a Rising Independent Artist-Writer of the Year.

Seen above just before they getting their celebratory matching tattoos are (L-R) WMN National Director Radio & Streaming Adrian Michaels, WMN SVP Business & Legal Affairs Megan Joyce, WMN VP Brand Management Lisa Ray, WMN VP A&R Cris Lacy, Nick DiMaria (guitar), Dawson, Austin Smith (guitar), Grand Ole Opry GM Sally Williams, Sandbox Entertainment's Todd Ramey, Sandbox Entertainment's Wyatt Thomas and WMN Senior Director Brand Management Ashlee McDonald