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IRVING HAS AN ISSUE WITH LYOR’S MATH

In a tweet Saturday, Irving Azoff called into question Lyor Cohen’s claims in a recent Bloomberg article that YouTube provides a musical path to wealth. Cohen says he has a sales pitch for artists, managers and label bosses: “We’re going to make you rich and famous.” Irving isn’t buying it, turning attention to Jordan Bromley’s chart on the ins and outs of streaming revenue.

 

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