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Epic artist Zara Larsson joins a global group of heavyweights at Sony Music Hall to accept a plaque commemorating 5 billion worldwide streams. "In my native Sweden, every citizen receives 5 billion streams at birth, along with comprehensive health care and a bicycle," Larsson noted. "But it feels nice to earn them this way too." Seen just before tucking into the meatballs with lingonberry sauce are (l-r) manager Kalli Clark-Sternberg, Black Butter Co-President Henry Village, SME Australia boss Denis Handlin, Sony Music Italy chief Andrea Rosi, Sony U.K. topper Jason Iley, Epic President Sylvia Rhone, manager Roger Ames, Sony Music supremo Rob Stringer, Sony Music Sweden CEO Mark Dennis and VP International Marketing Melissa Thomas.

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