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Africa's Music Streaming Revolution; 'Now That's What I Call Music!' is Still Popular; Hipgnosis and Song Value

April 5 · Issue #1164 · View online
Platform & Stream
'Now That's What I Call Music!': Still Popular in the Streaming Age
Is Africa′s music streaming revolution on the horizon?
Identity crisis? Imogen Heap reveals why artists must take control of their digital presence
Hipgnosis reveals how it values songs (and that its catalog is worth slightly more than it originally forecast)
Wild Court Case Explores Two Global Pop Hits and a Key Question: Who Owns Remix?
Tencent to Equip Audi Cars with In-Car WeChat, QQ Music in New Partnership
Dave Grohl's favourite rock bar is launching the world's first online pub
Big Hit rebrands and acquires Scooter Braun's Ithaca Holdings for $1 billion
Andrson: New Music Discovery Reimagined
Edgar Bronfman Jr. launches SPAC with $300m to spend. Could he return to the music business?
The NFT Craze and the Future of Spotify and Streaming Music
Japan: Still Fixated on CDs, But Streaming Is Gaining
Zach Diaz Named Head Of Streaming At Soundstripe
My Bloody Valentine Add Full Catalog To Streaming And Talk New Music
David McConnell promoted to Chief Technology Officer at Songtradr
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