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Billboard Magazine

Jun 04 2022
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.

A LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Billboard

Harry’s Pent-‘House’: Styles Soars In At No. 1 On Billboard 200

Bad Bunny’s Breakout Year • The first half of 2022 shows how the concert business is becoming younger and more diverse

The Trouble With TikTok Teasers • With labels increasingly trying out unreleased songs on the platform, producers, songwriters and even artists say it’s bad for business

Will Price Hikes Scratch Vinyl? • Supply chain problems and rising costs continue to plague pressing plants, labels and retailers — but CDs may be a stopgap

T-Shirt Tipping Point • Merch tables are booming with added revenue — and tension

COPYRIGHT WARS HEAT UP IN CHINA • Streaming service NetEase Cloud Music sues rival Tencent Music Entertainment for unfair competition. TME fires back with allegations of its own

Shav ‘prettyboyshav’ Garg • CEO, INDIFY

In Good Time • In an age of ephemeral pop success, Isaac Dunbar wanted to avoid the rush — and made a major label wait for him

BEHIND THE HIT • “Why Am I Like This?”

tuneCORE.

ALLY PANKIW • WRITER-DIRECTOR

THE PROJECTS

Saucy Santana

Good FOR Business • Brandi Carlile bulit a thriving career by melding activism with her art — and she’s determined to leave the industry, and the world she lives in, better than she found it

Music’s Next Queer Game Changers • Meet the fearless creators forging exciting new paths for LGBTQ+ musicians now — and busting through genre lines as they do

Anthony Roth Costanzo • Is Pushing Opera Outside The Box

Dove Cameron • Is Making A Pop — And Personal — Breakthrough

Doechii • Is Bringing Femme-Forward Rhymes To TDE

Tokischa • Is Taking Filter-Free Dembow Far And Wide

Joy Oladokun • Is Writing Her Own Story

MUNA • Is Embracing Indie Empowerment

2022 INDIE POWER PLAYERS • Across every genre, these are the executives at labels and distributors driving the success of the independent music industry, commanding nearly one-quarter of the U.S. recorded-music market

A2IM’S LIBERA AWARDS GO LIVE AGAIN • After two years of virtual shows, the multigenre honors for the independent music community return in pers on, with Japanese Breakfast leading the field of nominees

EM BEIHOLD • How the singer-songwriter’s temporary low led to the high of a breakout hit


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 100 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: Jun 04 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 3, 2022

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

Languages

English

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.

A LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Billboard

Harry’s Pent-‘House’: Styles Soars In At No. 1 On Billboard 200

Bad Bunny’s Breakout Year • The first half of 2022 shows how the concert business is becoming younger and more diverse

The Trouble With TikTok Teasers • With labels increasingly trying out unreleased songs on the platform, producers, songwriters and even artists say it’s bad for business

Will Price Hikes Scratch Vinyl? • Supply chain problems and rising costs continue to plague pressing plants, labels and retailers — but CDs may be a stopgap

T-Shirt Tipping Point • Merch tables are booming with added revenue — and tension

COPYRIGHT WARS HEAT UP IN CHINA • Streaming service NetEase Cloud Music sues rival Tencent Music Entertainment for unfair competition. TME fires back with allegations of its own

Shav ‘prettyboyshav’ Garg • CEO, INDIFY

In Good Time • In an age of ephemeral pop success, Isaac Dunbar wanted to avoid the rush — and made a major label wait for him

BEHIND THE HIT • “Why Am I Like This?”

tuneCORE.

ALLY PANKIW • WRITER-DIRECTOR

THE PROJECTS

Saucy Santana

Good FOR Business • Brandi Carlile bulit a thriving career by melding activism with her art — and she’s determined to leave the industry, and the world she lives in, better than she found it

Music’s Next Queer Game Changers • Meet the fearless creators forging exciting new paths for LGBTQ+ musicians now — and busting through genre lines as they do

Anthony Roth Costanzo • Is Pushing Opera Outside The Box

Dove Cameron • Is Making A Pop — And Personal — Breakthrough

Doechii • Is Bringing Femme-Forward Rhymes To TDE

Tokischa • Is Taking Filter-Free Dembow Far And Wide

Joy Oladokun • Is Writing Her Own Story

MUNA • Is Embracing Indie Empowerment

2022 INDIE POWER PLAYERS • Across every genre, these are the executives at labels and distributors driving the success of the independent music industry, commanding nearly one-quarter of the U.S. recorded-music market

A2IM’S LIBERA AWARDS GO LIVE AGAIN • After two years of virtual shows, the multigenre honors for the independent music community return in pers on, with Japanese Breakfast leading the field of nominees

EM BEIHOLD • How the singer-songwriter’s temporary low led to the high of a breakout hit


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