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Billboard Magazine

Oct 23 2021
Magazine

Written for music industry professionals and fans. Contents provide news, reviews and statistics for all genres of music, including radio play, music video, related internet activity and retail updates.

Lil Nas X And Jack Harlow — And Kanye — Hit No. 1

For Your GRAMMY® Consideration

BILLBOARD 200

BILLBOARD GLOBAL 200

Billboard

Heavy Pedal • Bike with Beyoncé! Duck and weave to Drake! A year and a half after Peloton’s publishing settlement warmed up the business, fitness-tech music licensing is shifting into high gear

MARKET WATCH

FIT PARADE • Peloton proved there was a big market for high-tech home fitness — and that music could play a major role in it. Now other companies are jumping, running, lunging and even dancing in to compete with their own soundtrack strategies

The Fests And The Rest • As the concert business tries to stage a comeback, big outdoor festivals are selling out while headline tours lag

Money, Money, Money • Three of the biggest players in private equity plan to invest in music — to the tune of $1 billion each

SELLING OUT • LIVE NATION STOCK IS TRADING OVER $100. IS ITS FUTURE THAT BRIGHT?

Better Late Than Never • Growing demand for vinyl, along with manufacturing delays, is boosting albums back up the charts months after release

U.K. Touring Can’t Keep On Truckin’ • Will post-Brexit “cabotage” rules and a shortage of live-music haulers leave the European concert industry by the side of the road?

JOSH GRUSS • Co-Founder/CEO, Round Hill Music

BOSSED UP • Since Phoebe Bridgers launched her independent label in 2020, artists have flocked to Saddest Factory Records for what they call her “marketing genius”

Taking Care Of Business • Why more independent behind-the-scenes creatives are seeking and benefitting from management

SECRET TO SUCCESS

Indies Just Wanna Have Fun(ding) • How three companies are helping finance independent artists — no strings attached

DIY TIP YE ALI • The R&B/hip-hop singer, songwriter and producer has worked with Doja Cat, Jack Harlow and Kehlani — and supports his solo career through modeling partnerships with major sneaker and apparel companies.

AGAINST ALL ODDS • How $uicideboy$ became a multimillion-dollar brand all on their own

¡Viva Indies! • Regional Mexican music is growing at a rapid rate — and is dominated by independent artists

DIY TIP KELLY ZUTRAU • After releasing two albums on Columbia starting in 2016, the Brooklyn-based trio Wet left the major and released its third album, Letter Blue, independently — a move that frontwoman Kelly Zutrau describes as a “trade-off”

FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION

MEET YOUR Heroes • Halsey spent her life admiring Nine Inch Nails from afar. Now Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross are the artist’s collaborators on their most ambitious album — and, just maybe, best chance for long-awaited Grammy glory

The Year Of Olivia • With the “drivers license” singer seemingly a shoo-in for best new artist, how will labels approach the category?

Doja Cat’s Worldwide Web • WITH THE SUCCESS OF HER GENRE-HOPPING PLANET HER ALBUM (AND THE UNLIKELY LONG TAIL OF 2019’S HOT PINK), THE RAPPER-SINGER RULED A VARIETY OF FORMATS — AND COULD BE OMNIPRESENT AT THE GRAMMYS

Too Big To Fail? • Morgan Wallen’s industry standing is still in limbo. But the Grammys may not be able to ignore his album — or him

The Extra Mile • Award-winning producer D’Mile says his work with supergroup Silk Sonic pushed him to a new level of perfection

Lessons From A Pandemic Telecast • AFTER HAVING TO REINVENT ITSELF UNDER EXTRAORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES, THE 2021 CEREMONY BECAME ONE OF THE RECORDING ACADEMY’S BEST-REVIEWED...


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 254 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: Oct 23 2021

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  • Release date: October 22, 2021

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Written for music industry professionals and fans. Contents provide news, reviews and statistics for all genres of music, including radio play, music video, related internet activity and retail updates.

Lil Nas X And Jack Harlow — And Kanye — Hit No. 1

For Your GRAMMY® Consideration

BILLBOARD 200

BILLBOARD GLOBAL 200

Billboard

Heavy Pedal • Bike with Beyoncé! Duck and weave to Drake! A year and a half after Peloton’s publishing settlement warmed up the business, fitness-tech music licensing is shifting into high gear

MARKET WATCH

FIT PARADE • Peloton proved there was a big market for high-tech home fitness — and that music could play a major role in it. Now other companies are jumping, running, lunging and even dancing in to compete with their own soundtrack strategies

The Fests And The Rest • As the concert business tries to stage a comeback, big outdoor festivals are selling out while headline tours lag

Money, Money, Money • Three of the biggest players in private equity plan to invest in music — to the tune of $1 billion each

SELLING OUT • LIVE NATION STOCK IS TRADING OVER $100. IS ITS FUTURE THAT BRIGHT?

Better Late Than Never • Growing demand for vinyl, along with manufacturing delays, is boosting albums back up the charts months after release

U.K. Touring Can’t Keep On Truckin’ • Will post-Brexit “cabotage” rules and a shortage of live-music haulers leave the European concert industry by the side of the road?

JOSH GRUSS • Co-Founder/CEO, Round Hill Music

BOSSED UP • Since Phoebe Bridgers launched her independent label in 2020, artists have flocked to Saddest Factory Records for what they call her “marketing genius”

Taking Care Of Business • Why more independent behind-the-scenes creatives are seeking and benefitting from management

SECRET TO SUCCESS

Indies Just Wanna Have Fun(ding) • How three companies are helping finance independent artists — no strings attached

DIY TIP YE ALI • The R&B/hip-hop singer, songwriter and producer has worked with Doja Cat, Jack Harlow and Kehlani — and supports his solo career through modeling partnerships with major sneaker and apparel companies.

AGAINST ALL ODDS • How $uicideboy$ became a multimillion-dollar brand all on their own

¡Viva Indies! • Regional Mexican music is growing at a rapid rate — and is dominated by independent artists

DIY TIP KELLY ZUTRAU • After releasing two albums on Columbia starting in 2016, the Brooklyn-based trio Wet left the major and released its third album, Letter Blue, independently — a move that frontwoman Kelly Zutrau describes as a “trade-off”

FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION

MEET YOUR Heroes • Halsey spent her life admiring Nine Inch Nails from afar. Now Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross are the artist’s collaborators on their most ambitious album — and, just maybe, best chance for long-awaited Grammy glory

The Year Of Olivia • With the “drivers license” singer seemingly a shoo-in for best new artist, how will labels approach the category?

Doja Cat’s Worldwide Web • WITH THE SUCCESS OF HER GENRE-HOPPING PLANET HER ALBUM (AND THE UNLIKELY LONG TAIL OF 2019’S HOT PINK), THE RAPPER-SINGER RULED A VARIETY OF FORMATS — AND COULD BE OMNIPRESENT AT THE GRAMMYS

Too Big To Fail? • Morgan Wallen’s industry standing is still in limbo. But the Grammys may not be able to ignore his album — or him

The Extra Mile • Award-winning producer D’Mile says his work with supergroup Silk Sonic pushed him to a new level of perfection

Lessons From A Pandemic Telecast • AFTER HAVING TO REINVENT ITSELF UNDER EXTRAORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES, THE 2021 CEREMONY BECAME ONE OF THE RECORDING ACADEMY’S BEST-REVIEWED...


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