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Bebe Rexha unveils artwork for new single "I'm Gonna Show You Crazy"

Bebe Rexha has unveiled the official artwork for her new single online.

“I’m Gonna Show You Crazy” marks the second promotional cut from the singer/songwriter’s upcoming debut album. 140 more words

Singles

Warner Music Remains Optimistic on Streaming Music, as Long as It's Paid

To offset the loss from downloads, Warner Music Group currently accepts the freemium model of ad-supported streaming music, but only as a means to convert users to paying subscribers. 122 more words

Streaming Policy & Ethics

Perhaps Rock and Roll Needs A New Name

Evolution is a process of growth that occurs naturally and often without warning. In the music industry, however, evolution does not exist. There is a small group of corporations and the people who run them, which dictate what music is sold, and how it is packaged for the world. 465 more words

Pop-Music Features

Jojo recruits James Fauntleroy for third album

Jojo has recruited James Fauntleroy for her upcoming third album.

Fauntleroy previously co-wrote “Blow” by Beyonce , “Dedicated” by Mariah Carey , “Just Different” by Teyana Taylor and “To Love & Die” by Jhene Aiko . 131 more words

Collaborations

Opportunity: Warner Music Group

Warner Music Group, home to collection of new stars, artists and some of the best-known record labels in the music industry including: Asylum, Atlantic, Bad Boy, Cordless, East West, Elektra, Lava, Nonesuch, Reprise, Rhino, Roadrunner, Rykodisc, Sire, Warner Bros. 43 more words

Opportunities

Warner Music Group, Stanford Partner on Project to Find Music Industry Leaders

Warner Music Group and Stanford University on Monday announced a project to identify student talent across a range of disciplines who could be future leaders in the music business. 219 more words

News

K. Michelle debuts new song "How Do You Know?"

K. Michelle has debuted a new song online.

The R&B singer/songwriter posted the audio clip for “How Do You Know?” to her official YouTube page on Sunday (November 16, 2014). 79 more words

Warner Music Group