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A STAR-SPANGLED
HITS LIST
It's now or never. (7/1a)
BST HYDE PARK: BIGGER THAN EVER
It's the U.K. equivalent of July 4 fireworks. (7/1a)
SADDLE UP:
BEYONCÉ UNVEILS RENAISSANCE ART
She's not horsing around. (7/1a)
SONG REVENUE: DRAKE TAKES
THE CAKE
The rich get richer. (7/1a)
UMG ACQUIRES ALL THINGS ZAPPA
Who's gonna "Freak Out" over this acquisition? (7/1a)
SUPERSTAR RELEASES
Who's next?
MUSIC BIZ SPECIAL
It's Comic-Con for numbers geeks.
THE BIG CHEESE
Theories of evolution from 30,000 feet.
THE NEXT GIANT DEAL
A&R in overdrive.
Pub Crawling
AN OG PHOTO OP
8/26/21

“I’m happy to continue our partnership,” notes producer OG Parker to Pulse Music Group SVP/Head of Creative Ashley Calhoun as this photo commemorating the re-up of their deal is snapped. “So what’s the name of the website where this pic is running?” “Um, I forget,” replied Calhoun, fervently hoping to change the subject. The Atlanta-based OG’s gifts as a producer are evident in work by Megan Thee Stallion, Yung Bleu, Summer Walker, MigosGucci Mane, Wale and more. Seen just before Josh Abraham and Scott Cutler stopped by with a tray of avocado toast are (l-r) Mogul Mentality CEO/Founder Malita Rice, Calhoun, Parker, Stay Lowe Ent. Founder Steven Dingle and attorney Evita Kaigler.

"Our relationship with OG made renewing this deal a personal priority for everyone on our leadership team, and we are all happy that PULSE will be a part of the next chapter of his career," reads a quote from Calhoun. "And I've given him my word that he'll never have to deal with those idiots at HITS again."

"OG is still early in his career and he’s already one of the most sought-after producers in music," offered a joint statement from Co-heads Abraham and Cutler. "We don't know those HITS idiots got their grubby mitts on this picture, but you can rest assured it won't happen again."

"I want to thank Ashley, Scott, Josh and their team for everything that they’ve done to support me and my music and I’m happy to continue our partnership," added OG. "I don't know what HITS is, but I'm glad it's not here in Atlanta."

Photo credit: Shotbypeteypablo