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HITS ' HIGH 5:
SUMMER SLUMBER

Another week has passed and now the grill is on, the pale ales chilled and the bong is loaded. Reporting live from our poolside hammock, here is the week’s HITS’ High 5.

Vivendi has started negotiations with Tencent to sell the Chinese conglom a 10% stake in Universal Music Group.

Streaming revenues at Warner Music Group topped half a billion dollars between 4/1 and 6/30 as  revenue grew 10.4% in the quarter.

As the end of the Grammy eligibility period ends, our resident machers take a look at a few more contenders for the top-tier categories. 

This year’s Capitol Congress saw Katy Perry debut her new single, Niall Horan perform two songs, and Halsey and plenty of executives speak. 

Fifty years later we still have no clue what toe jam football or monkey finger are, but it will interesting to hear all those Abbey Road demos. 

 

TASK FORCE DEMANDS CHANGES "WITHOUT ANY DELAY"
Academy in peril (1/24a)
GRAMMYS FINALIZE PERFORMERS LIST
All set...or as set as anything can be during this wild week. (1/24a)
UJA TO HONOR GREENSTEIN
XM marks the spot. (1/24a)
UMG U.K.'S CLASS OF 2020
Meanwhile, on the other side of the pond... (1/24a)
SPOTIFY CELEBRATES BEST NEW ARTIST NOMINEES
Eight was enough. (1/24a)
OSCARS
More awards-season madness.
SUPERSTAR DROPS
Who's next?
THE GRAMMY SHOW
The lineup grows.
POLITCS
Oy vey.
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