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Justin Bieber just sold his share of his publishing rights for a whopping $200 million. The Canadian singer made the deal with Hipgnosis Songs Capital, who now own Bieber’s entire music catalog. Now, fans are wondering what this means for the future of the pop star’s career. Why Did Justin Bieber Sell His Music Catalog?
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In a viral TikTok, a pastor claims he briefly died and went to Hell, where they tortured the souls of the damned with Rihanna‘s music. Sounds like a good time to us, to be honest. Pastor Gerald Johnson experienced a heart attack in 2016. Though he thought he had done enough good in his lifetime
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Rick Astley is suing Yung Gravy for millions of dollars for allegedly including an imitation of Astley’s signature vocal style on the song “Betty (Get Money),” which interpolates “Never Gonna Give You Up.” The ’80s pop star claims Yung Gravy’s team hired musician and producer Popnick to directly imitate Astley’s vocals from his 1987 hit
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It’s a new era for the indie singer/songwriters who power the underground, and it’s bringing out the experimental side in seemingly everyone – for the best, I might add. Symphuddie returns to the headlines this January with a new set of instrumental vocal-driven songs in Back from the Brink that takes the concepts of his influences in
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Varying in tone but constantly sporting just as much color as Kimberlye Gold’s vocal does, the instrumental element in the singer/songwriter’s upcoming EP Soliloquy is the most communicative component of the record outside of the lyrics. On its own, the melodic part in “How Can I Be Sure” might not do much to advance a theme of
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Not all musically inclined imaginations think alike. We live in bold and exciting times where several cutting-edge musical projects look far beyond the usual template of verse-chorus-bridge toward new challenges capable of enriching aural artistic experiences. Phi Tribe music leads the way into this uncharted territory and blazes its idiosyncratic trail using Psycho Acoustic Technology.
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In a world where you’re competing with the likes of Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, and Leonard Cohen when it comes to major players within the folk genre, it’s probably easiest to just take a step back and hone in on your individuality. For every Bob Dylan song, there are countless imitators, and that
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It’s eye-opening when you realize that 1973 was 50 years ago. The only thing more eye-opening is when you realize that some of your favorite rock bands formed that year, making them five decades old. A lot happened in the rock and metal world in 1973. Rob Halford replaced Al Atkins in Judas Priest. David
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I’m grateful for a lot of things in this new year and one is that Greye, unquestionably one of the best rock bands working today, has come back with a new single. “Bang Bang” is a scintillating reminder of the mammoth talents this Florida based quartet can channel and manifest with little apparent effort. Lead
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The breakfast cereal manufacturer Post is suing the pop-rock rock group OK Go over their band name, after Post recently started making a line of on-the-go cereals under the brand name “OK Go!” The band OK Go was formed over two decades ago in 1998. They made a name for themselves in the 2000s with
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