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I.B. BAD: TRUE
OR FALSE?
Who you gonna trust on these matters? (9/22a)
POST STREAMS AHEAD
OF TAYLOR, SAM
Nothin' but net—dude can't miss right now. (9/22a)
ALL SLOW HANDS 
ON DECK
No, not Clapton. We're talking Horan. (9/22a)
THIS HITS LIST IS SEASONABLY COOL
This is the autumn equinox, after all. (9/22a)
TRIPPING & WORSHIPING
A compelling argument for physical product. (9/22a)
HITS' 31ST ANNIVERSARY ISSUE
Big. Papery. Stupid.
PIZZA NOT DELIVERED
Someone's in trouble.
SAM SMITH'S STATEMENT
How he captures our moment.
THE BIGGEST RELEASE OF Q4
It's not what you think.
Music City
STATE OF THE STATE: BIG MACHINE LABEL GROUP
7/7/17
Scott Borchetta’s engine that could had another monster with Florida Georgia Line’s #1 “God, Your Mama and Me,” while Thomas Rhett established his bona fides as a mainstream star with a Grammy nom to add to his ACM Male Vocalist win. Brett Young fired two singles to #1, and Brantley Gilbert, Reba McEntireCheap Trick and FGL all took turns as top-selling release. Carly Pearce scored with “Every Little Thing,” while Team Machine broke newcomers Midland in a big way, as the breezy “Drinkin’ Problem” became the label’s fastest-rising debut single since its inception. And speaking of drinkin’, BMLG launched its own vodka line. Meanwhile, Taylor Swift made a dramatic return to the streaming world. Mike Rittberg came aboard as the company’s first Chief Marketing Officer, and a partnership with Bell Media has Borchetta exec-producing and starring in new TV music-competition series The Launch, co-starring Ryan Tedder and Fergie and airing next year. You can also watch Big Machine TV, a proprietary video platform in tandem with Comcast.
 
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