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HITS LIST:
CHANGE IS NOW
Is a seismic shift occurring? (2/23a)
UPDATE: A RECORD YEAR FOR LIVE NATION
Rapino's putting asses in seats on a massive scale. (2/23a)
TOMMY MOTTOLA:
THE HITS INTERVIEW
His Latin chapter is a page-turner. (2/22a)
NOTHING MATTERS DOES MATTER
Give 'em hell, KG. (2/23a)
BEYONCÉ’S HISTORY LESSON
A startling crossover move (2/21a)
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.
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BEYONCÉ: Parkwood/Columbia megastar’s “TEXAS HOLD ’EM” takes the pot—as well as #1 at Spot, Apple, more—with action at Pop and Country radio ahead of 3/29 album. She hasn’t even dug in her spurs yet.
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TOM MARCH: New Capitol boss has heat with Yeat, who scores Top 5 chart bow, and inks rockers Kings of Leon. March 2024 has begun in February.
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LIVE NATION: House Rapino marks a record-breaking year with new peaks for attendance, ticket sales, sponsorship as live biz just keeps blazing. That’s the ticket.
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NOAH KAHAN: Mercury/Republic phenom continues to enjoy a championship “Season.” Tyler Arnold and Ben Adelson are glowing like moonlight in Vermont.
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WARNER: Aaron and Tom starting to look like guitar heroes as Benson Boone breaks “Beautiful,” Teddy Swims upstream, Zach remains folkin’ huge. Who’s the next pick?
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RCA: Edge, Fleck and team enjoying an ongoing hot streak with Flo Milli, Bryson Tiller, Tate, SZA, Doja, more. With this much streaming, you’ve gotta take Nipper out constantly.
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AC/DC: Legendary band’s massive POWER UP Tour hits highway to hella-big receipts. For those about to rock, Rob Light, Chris Dalston, Alvin Handwerker and teams salute you.
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PESO PLUMA: Música Mexicana marvel preps mondo tour, giant Coachella look. Prajin is ready to take the gloves off.
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CHORD MUSIC: UMG ponies up for major rights in huge catalog deal. Nat Pastor, Marc Cimino, Raine’s Joe Puthenveetil, KKR’s Jenny Box all find this Chord harmonious.
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BLACK HISTORY MONTH: We’ve spent the last several weeks singing the praises—and telling the incredible stories—of creators. But Black music history is being made every damn day.