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HABTEMARIAM UPPED TO CHAIRMAN/CEO AT MOTOWN
A new chapter for Hitsville USA (3/2a)
GRAMMY CHEW: THE
PRE-GRAMMY BOUNCE
Let's hear it for ironic guitar-smashing. (3/2a)
NEAR TRUTHS:
PIE IN THE SKY
The stream is irrigating a money tree. (3/2a)
SOUNDCLOUD BANKS
ON FAN DEVOTION
A new approach to leveling the playing field (3/2a)
MICHAEL GUDINSKI,
1952-2021
Aussie music man left his mark everywhere. (3/2a)
BLACK HISTORY MONTH
A jazz chronicle of fighting the power.
GRAMMYS: WHERE TO FROM HERE?
After the snubs, the show.
ACQUITTED
In a phenomenal display of cowardice.
MOVING THE NEEDLE
When vaccination schedules and touring schedules meet.
Music City
KANE BROWN GETS PERSONAL
2/18/21

RCA Nashville/Zone 4’s Kane Brown gets personal in a recent video clip from Entertainment Weekly’s Black History Month series.

Celebrating artists in the Black community, Brown shared some of his favorite films and music, how he connects with fans, his unifying song "Worldwide Beautiful” and more.

"A lot of people assume when they first see me that I'm a rapper. It's surprising to them that I am a country artist. And, why is that? I am from Georgia, I grew up listening to country music. Charley Pride is someone I admire, he broke so many barriers. I think it's a powerful thing to hopefully be able to change someone's mind or broaden what they think something needs to be just by being who you are,” shared Brown.

Also taking part in the Black History Month series are Nelly, Mickey Guyton, Saweetie, Travis Scott, Jeremih, Chaka Khan, Lizzo, Ciara, John Boyega and more.