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XXXTENTACION FANS FLOCK TO HIS MUSIC (UPDATE)
Fans still flocking to his tracks and albums. (6/22a)
XXXTENTACION FANS FLOCK TO HIS MUSIC (UPDATE)
Two suspects are apparently still at large. (6/22a)
TOP MONEYMAKERS: SPREADING THE WEALTH
Juice WRLD made the most moolah. (6/22a)
SPOT STOCK ROCKETS TO TOP (UPDATE)
The gambit appears to be working. (6/22a)
SUSPECT CHARGED IN XXXTENTACION SLAYING (UPDATE)
Motive remains unclear. (6/22a)
WHO ARE THE RAINMAKERS?
We promise this special issue won't be dry.
HOW ROCK IS STREAMING FORWARD
Amps sold separately.
PIZZA PLACEMENT
Songs by the slice.
A.I. AND OUR FUTURE
Planning for Skynet.
Music City
COLE MINING
6/11/18

Shortly after his rollicking CMA Fest performance at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium—during which he gave fans a taste of his forthcoming full-length, All of It (due 8/17)—Warner Music Nashville’s Cole Swindell poses for this power pic with CMA boss Sarah Trahern, WMN chief John Esposito and super-manager Kerri Edwards of KP Entertainment. Cole’s CMA exploits also included a sold-out fan party at label HQ, a midnight set at Spotify’s Late Night Jam at Ole Red and a Saturday-night blowout at Ascend Amphitheater’s Cracker Barrel Country Roads Stage. After this photo op he was permitted a 10-minute lunch break.