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I.B. Bad part 2 tease

THE SAGE: During his second full year as commander in chief, Doug Morris led Sony Music to a solid 30.2% overall share, as inspired performances from the SME’s two flagship labels nearly offset the absence of new music from Adele. Morris, who’s having a very merry Christmas, also found the time to moonlight on Broadway as the sole investor in the wildly successful show Motown: The Musical. Sony’s solid year was topped off by the surprise 12/13 release of a new Beyoncé album that sold a stunning 618k in its first three days as an iTunes exclusive, putting it at #24 on the year, though it’s sure to go much higher before all is said and done. So notes our own I.B. Bad in the second installment of his year-end wrap-up, this one focused entirely on Sony's 2013. Check it out here.  (12/23a)

SOME LIKE IT HITS LIST
Where's Vanilla Ice when we need him? (8/14a)
SONY MUSIC LAUNCHES VOTING INITIATIVE
Nothing's more important right now. (8/14a)
SCARYPOOLPARTY:
AS REAL AS IT GETS
A writer looks at Alejandro Aranda and sees his own reflection. (8/14a)
DRAKE TAPS LIL DURK FOR NEW SINGLE
The offensive begins... (8/14a)
AIRHEAD: THE BIBLE
HOUSE RULES
How do you parody what is already a parody of itself? (8/14a)
BTS BRINGS IT
They're so dreamy.
VOTE BY MAIL
It's a conspiracy, because everyone does it.
IS IT CHRISTMAS?
No, but we're thinking about cookies.
WOKE MUSIC
Protest songs that sound like now.
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