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NEAR TRUTHS: THE BEAST FROM THE EAST
The Republic empire grows. (2/29a)
KYNCL'S BULLISH ON SUPERFANS
There's gonna be an app for that. (2/28a)
NIMENE TO LEAD UMG EAST'S URBAN PROMO TEAMS?
A change at the top? (3/1a)
TOP DAWG:
THE HITS INTERVIEW
A talk with Top Dog's "Top Dawg." (3/1a)
SONG REVENUE:
BUNNY BABIES
Picks of the litter (3/1a)
OUR TOP 10 LIST FOR 2024
Just kidding. But we'll get there.
STRUM AND DRANG
How guitar music got big again.
GRAMMY GRAMMY GRAMMY
Start digging out your formal wear and let's do this.
THE NEXT BIG MONEY PLAY
it's not what you think.
Blighty Beat
EUROVISION SETS A RECORD
5/15/23

The U.K. is back to its usual performance at the Eurovision Song Contest after placing second to last with this year’s entry, Mae Muller, on Saturday.

Broadcaster BBC said the final was the most-watched in history, with viewers averaging at 9.9m.

Capitol U.K. signing Muller, who was chosen to represent by TaP Management, scored 24 points with “I Wrote a Song.” The U.K. had hoped for a better placing after Sam Ryder scored a long-awaited victory by coming in second last year—a process that was also helmed by TaP.

Still, “I Wrote a Song” is winning in other areas—the track is heading for the U.K.’s Official Singles Top 10 after rising 36 places to #9 in the midweeks.

Eurovision took place in Liverpool and Sweden was crowned winner with singer Loreen, who claimed her second victory.