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SPIRIT OF SYLVIA (UPDATE)
Saluting a legend (10/14a)
STREAMING SONGS CHART: CLIMBERS
Shock of the new (10/11a)
SONG REVENUE CHART: CAPTAIN KIRK
Da teen vs. DaBaby (10/11a)
SUPERM WINS THE CHART BATTLE
Unexpected drama (10/14a)
GRAMMY CHEW:
BEST NEW ARTIST
An uber-competitive category (10/14a)
RIHANNA PREPARES TO RULE THE ROOST
What shoes go with dancehall?
WHAT'S NEXT FOR R&B?
How certain projects connect at streaming.
THE K-POP LANDSCAPE
농담은 한국어에서 더 잘 작동합니다.
THE NEW GRAMMY POWER
Change is nigh.
Music City
RHETT-ORICAL QUESTION
10/3/18

“No wonder this elevator takes forever,” observes Valory/BMLG hitmaker Thomas Rhett as he celebrates his 10th and 11th #1 hits with this large and festive community. “Couldn’t a few of you wait for the next one?” In reality they’d assembled at Hi-Fi Clyde’s in Music City to toast the chart-toppers “Marry Me” and “Life Changes” and also to see a demo of the first bourbon-powered scooter. Seen are (back, l-r) Round Hill’s Mark Brown, ASCAP’s Beth Brinker, Rhythm House’s Stevie Frasure, BMLG’s Allison Jones, Tape Room’s Kelly Bolton, Warner/Chappell’s Ben Vaughn, Tape Room’s Blaine Rhodes, BMI’s Leslie Roberts, Combustion’s Chris Farren, BMI’s Jody Williams, Sony/ATV’s Troy Tomlinson and (front, l-r) Valory’s George Briner, ASCAP songwriter Ashley Gorley, Rhett, BMI songwriter Jesse Frasure, BMI songwriter Rhett Akins, and BMLG boss Scott Borchetta.