Billboard Magazine

Bryce Vine Talks Success of ‘Drew Barrymore,’ Starting on ‘The Glee Project’ & Forthcoming Album

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“I had no idea how big the potential was for it … I just knew it was a good song,” says Bryce Vine (Bryce Ross-Johnson) about his chart-climbing single “Drew Barrymore,” which has racked up 22 million-plus streams on Spotify and 80 million streams for the singer overall. The catchy track was released in November, but its steady incline in streaming and on Billboard’s rhythm and pop radio charts has earned new opportunities for the 30-year-old. Full article here.

Jeremy Zucker Talks ‘all the kids are depressed’ Video & Preparing for First Headlining Tour


A few weeks ago, 22-year-old singer-songwriter-producer Jeremy Zucker was graduating from Colorado College with a degree in molecular biology. And now, he’s embarking on a new chapter in his life, recently releasing his fifth EP glisten and preparing for his first U.S. headlining tour in the fall. Read full article here.

Carrie Underwood Lights Up Spotify Hot Country Live Show on 4th of July


As the sun started to set over the East River, surrounded by breathtaking views of the Brooklyn Bridge, fans were waiting anxiously for the Queen of Country to arrive. Underwood made her comeback this year with the release of her heartfelt ballad, “Cry Pretty,” after recovering from a dangerous fall that resulted in 40 plus stitches and a broken wrist. Now, the seven-time Grammy-award winning singer is preparing for her forthcoming album, Cry Pretty, set to be released on Sept. 14. Full article here.

Drake Becomes First Artist to Surpass 50 Billion Streams

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Music News Stories

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Billboard BIZ Stories

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Marshmello Signs Global Publishing Deal With Kobalt

Executive Turntable (Wrote Weekly edition from May 15-Aug. 17)

Amazon Music Names Andre Stapleton as Head Of U.S. Label Relations

Australian Collecting Society Inks Licensing Deal With Facebook

Death Cab for Cutie, Macklemore & More Join Together to Save Seattle’s Historic Showbox Theater

LOCASH Signs With BBR Music Group’s Wheelhouse Records

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Song & Video Premieres

Buddy Guy & James Bay “Blue No More”

Willy William “La La La” Video

5SOS “Youngblood” Video

Sugarland “Babe” BTS Video

Charles Fauna “Wait to Come Over” 

KingJet “All Gone” Video

Many Voices Speak “Chances”