South Korea is recognising how popular the K-pop music genre is getting around the world. They are capitalising on the trend by including K-pop classes in their educational institutions. Young children will learn K-pop dances and study the genre in the new lessons. The news comes after K-pop groups like
Sir Elton John is not happy about the British government’s management of the music industry post-Brexit and has labelled them “philistines.” Feeling ‘livid’ due to the travel problems within the entertainment sector, Elton said: “I’m so angry. I’m livid about what the government did when Brexit happened. They made no
Relative Music Group and Sony Music Publishing in Nashville have agreed to work together. Rusty Gaston, SEO of Sony Music Publishing Nashville, commented about the new deal: “Relative Music Group has done an incredible job of championing songwriters with an independent spirit that embodies everything that makes Music Row special.
According to a former Spotify executive, Twitch is becoming one of the best sources of money for musicians compared to other streaming platforms. Will Page, a former Spotify employee, has discovered that Twitch earnings have skyrocketed, which is unsurprising considering that musicians have been flocking to online live events due
A group of music industry professionals in the West Midlands have banded together to help the county’s music sector rebound after the COVID-19 lockout. The board will plan how to get more music played nationally and regionally, bringing more attention to the region. Lady Leshur is one of several artists
Sony Music is bolstering its podcasting efforts by acquiring Somethin’ Else, the UK’s most well-known podcast producer. The label had been a strong contender for the purchase of US podcaster Wondery, but Amazon beat them to it. Speaking about the revelation, Dennis Kooker of Sony Music said: “Our new global
According to a new report, there is still ethnic diversity in the music industry. Furthermore, in the United States, white senior executives outnumber black female executives by about 18 to 1. Furthermore, according to the survey, less than a quarter of white artists are likely to confront racial inequity, compared