In the latest news in the music industry, the UK Music Publishers Association, MAG, has launched a new campaign aimed at improving transparency in the digital music sector. The campaign, named “Share The Future,” seeks to address issues related to data, royalties, and licensing.
This year’s Eurovision contest will have a virtual green room for the artists to interact with each other, according to recent reports. The green room is a significant aspect of the Eurovision tradition, where contestants wait for the results and chat with each other.
Tyler, The Creator, has announced his new album, “Call Me If You Get Lost,” which is set to release on June 25th. The album features guest appearances from various artists, including Pharrell Williams and Lil Wayne.
In the US, the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) held a charity concert featuring performances by various artists, including Foo Fighters and Brittany Howard. The event aimed to raise funds to support independent venues impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Finally, British musician Gaz Coombes is set to release his new album, “World’s Strongest Man,” on May 4th. The album features ten tracks and is highly anticipated by fans of the artist.
In summary, these updates provide a glimpse into the exciting developments taking place in the music industry. From campaigns aimed at improving transparency to charity concerts and album releases, there is plenty to look forward to for music enthusiasts.