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THE DUGAN SAGA:
THE LATEST
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BEYONCÉ AND PLATT REUNITE AT SONY/ATV
She brings a lifetime of songs with her. (1/21a)
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OSCARS
More awards-season madness.
SUPERSTAR DROPS
Who's next?
THE GRAMMY SHOW
The lineup grows.
POLITCS
Oy vey.
Pub Crawling
BECAUSE THEY'RE HAPPY
3/28/18

“I feel completely at home in these earthy surroundings,” declares Sony/ATV boss Marty Bandier during this photo op to celebrate the pubco’s renewed deal with hitmaking marvel Pharrell Williams. “So… how far away did we park the Land Rover?” Meanwhile, SATV’s Brian Monaco pondered tagging the wall himself, but remembered that he’d left the good spraypaint in the humidor.

The latest pact, which will take Williams into his third decade at the pubbery, keeps such smashes as “Happy,” “Get Lucky,” “Blurred Lines,” “Hot in Herre” and “Drop It Like It’s Hot,” among countless others, in SATV’s vault.

“Pharrell has been part of my extended music business family for two decades and his talent, creativity and songwriting abilities are only exceeded by his humanity,” Bandier proclaimed.

Added Pharrell: “It’s incredible to think that it’s now 20 years since I first signed a publishing deal with these guys. I look forward to continued success with Marty, Brian Monaco and Sony/ATV.”

Later, a leaked copy of this pic earned 23m streams on Spotify.