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HITS LIST: WE THE BIZ


As we hit the middle of June, the biz can’t stop talking about The Jonas Brothers’ triumphant return, Taylor’s teasing of her first Republic album (which means she’s playing for the same team—the Reptors—as Nick, Joe and Kevin…oh, and #6) and EVP/GM Jim Roppo’s uncanny ability to keep the trains running on time out of Lipman Station. The vertical-leaping Luke Combs and his Sony Nashville label head, Randy Goodman, are leading a herd of late adopters into the streaming age. L.A.’s Guy Oseary, NYC’s Desiree Perez, Philly’s Clarence Avant and London’s Ted Cockle are all-stars on their respective teams. We can’t say the same for that venerable hippie capitalist who’s desperate to plant his Woodstock 50 flag somewhere—anywhere.
    

2020 MIDYEAR MARKETSHARE SCORECARD
The competition is fierce. (7/7a)
POP SMOKE SET
FOR BIG DEBUT (UPDATE)
A "Moon" shot. (7/6a)
U.K. GOVT. OKS £1.57B ARTS RESCUE PACKAGE 
Fingers crossed for indie venues to return. (7/6a)
BLACK MUSIC MONTH:
LADIES FIRST
Latifah, Lauryn, Missy, Lil Kim, more. (7/7a)
JUICE WRLD'S LEGENDS NEVER DIE DUE FRIDAY
Juiced with a big D2C initiative. (7/7a)
THE 2021 CONCERT RUSH
Would you like some Swiss cheese with your nachos?
ALEXANDER HAMILTON
Oh, sorry--we were just singing to ourselves.
MARY TRUMP
Family is everything.
K-POP STANS
Are they coming for Kanye? Yes.
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