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HITS' HIGH FIVE: SWINGING FOR POWER

While the network TV world parses fall line-ups and gives the good word to some rookie hopefuls, the top stories from the week in music are full of hits…and people taking hits. It’s pretty easy to figure out which is which in this week’s HITS’ High Five.

In a week that had two albums neck and neck in the race for #1, Def Jam's Logic emerged as the winner.

The promo machine for Harry Styles kicked into high gear, starting with a three-song performance on Today. The HITS staff is nuts about the album.

Irving Azoff lays into “Lyor and the rest of the Google bullies” after Lyor talks out of both sides of his mouth. Final analysis: YouTube has some major issues to remedy.

After six years at the helm, L.A. Reid is leaving Epic Records.

UMG Nashville’s Mike Dungan and Music Business Association's Jim Donio talk Music Biz; we’ll tell you about the hottest acts labels are developing

HITS LIST IS
IN THE MAIL
A not-so-subtle reminder to fill out that ballot. (10/15a)
NEAR TRUTHS: THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD
The lives behind live music. (10/14a)
HARVEY MASON JR.:
THE HITS INTERVIEW
The Grammy chief takes our call. (10/14a)
RAINMAKERS 2020: COMING SOON
It will rain again this fall--we guarantee it. (10/13a)
STEVIE WONDER PARTNERS WITH REPUBLIC
First music in 15 years. (10/14a)
RAINMAKERS 2020
Bring your umbrella.
GRAMMY OUTLIERS
Mulling possible surprises.
HALLOWEEN IN QUARANTINE
Why not wear a mask indoors?
ELECTION 2020
What drugs will help us get there?
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