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J. COLE GETS TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER
Artist opens door to new album. (4/20a)
FROM SIR, WITH LOVE (UPDATE)
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YEEZY'S ONE-TWO PUNCH
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TOP MONEYMAKERS: DRAKE AND CARDI CLEAN UP
It's not fair to the rest of the kids. (4/20a)
ASK YOUR TASK FORCE
Tina gets advice, whether she wants it or not.
WHEN PUBLISHERS GET MASTERFUL
Why the recording side still holds an allure.
DOES THIS PIZZA TASTE WEIRD TO ANYBODY ELSE?
I actually ate, like, five pieces. But still.
ROBOT MUSIC SUPERVISORS
It's already happening.
Music City
"HURRICANE" LUKE
7/12/17

To celebrate his chart-topping, platinum hit "Hurricane," River House/Columbia Nashville breakout Luke Combs joins execs, co-writers and other well-wishers for a good old Nashville #1 party at ACME Feed and Seed. Which meant a cheerful photo op for the trades, followed by enough bourbon to fully submerge the capitol building. Seen just before battening down the hatches are (back, l-r) MAKE/WAKE Management's Chris Kappy, BMI's Bradley Collins, Big Machine Music chief Scott Borchetta, 50 Egg Music Publishing's Jonathan Singleton, BMG Publishing's Chris Ogelsby, Big Machine's Mike Molinar, InTune's Jeff Catton, Warner/Chappell's Will Overton, River House Artists' Lynn Oliver-Cline and Sony Music Nashville topper Randy Goodman; and (front, l-r) Thomas Archer, Combs and Taylor Phillips.