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Billboard MagazineBillboard Magazine

Billboard Magazine January 26, 2019

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.

Pays:
United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Prometheus Global Media
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duets debut, with the weeknd and gesaffelstein reuniting

TWO HIGH-PROFILE collaborations soar onto the Billboard Hot 100, while a follow-up to a former No. 1 should vie for an entrance in the chart’s upper reaches on the Feb. 2 chart. French DJ-artist Gesaffelstein and The Weeknd’s “Lost in the Fire” lands at No. 27 with 24.3 million in airplay audience, 13.6 million U.S. streams and 13,000 downloads sold, according to Nielsen Music. The duet marks the third Hot 100 entry for Gesaffelstein, all with The Weeknd: Last April, the pair hit the tally with “I Was Never There” and “Hurt You,” from The Weeknd’s My Dear Melancholy EP. Sam Smith and Normani’s “Dancing With a Stranger” bows at No. 33 on the Hot 100, arriving with 11.5 million in radio reach, 9.1 million U.S. streams and 24,000 sold. Normani notches…

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RECORD OF THE YEAR I LIKE IT J BALVIN THIS IS AMERICA CHILDISH GAMBINO LUDWIG GÖRANSSON GOD’S PLAN DRAKE ALL THE STARS KENDRICK LAMAR ALBUM OF THE YEAR SCORPION DRAKE DIRTY COMPUTER JANELLE MONÁE BLACK PANTHER: THE ALBUM, MUSIC FROM AND INSPIRED BY KENDRICK LAMAR SONG OF THE YEAR ALL THE STARS KENDRICK DUCKWORTH (KENDRICK LAMAR) GOD’S PLAN AUBREY GRAHAM (DRAKE) THIS IS AMERICA DONALD GLOVER (CHILDISH GAMBINO) LUDWIG GÖRANSSON BEST NEW ARTIST GRETA VAN FLEET DUA LIPA BEBE REXHA BEST POP SOLO PERFORMANCE HAVANA (LIVE) CAMILA CABELLO BEST POP DUO/GROUP PERFORMANCE DON’T GO BREAKING MY HEART BACKSTREET BOYS ‘S WONDERFUL DIANA KRALL GIRLS LIKE YOU MAROON 5 SAY SOMETHING CHRIS STAPLETON JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE BEST TRADITIONAL POP VOCAL ALBUM LOVE IS HERE TO STAY DIANA KRALL STANDARDS (DELUXE) SEAL BEST POP VOCAL ALBUM CAMILA CAMILA CABELLO BEST DANCE RECORDING ELECTRICITY DUA LIPA GHOST VOICES VIRTUAL SELF (PORTER ROBINSON) BEST DANCE/ELECTRONIC ALBUM WOMAN WORLDWIDE JUSTICE BEST ROCK PERFORMANCE FOUR OUT OF FIVE ARCTIC MONKEYS WHEN BAD DOES GOOD CHRIS CORNELL HIGHWAY TUNE GRETA VAN FLEET BEST ROCK SONG BLACK SMOKE RISING JACOB THOMAS KISZKA JOSHUA MICHAEL KISZKA SAMUEL FRANCIS KISZKA DANIEL ROBERT WAGNER (GRETA VAN…

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creative artists agency

Record Of The Year“I Like It”CARDI B “The Joke”DAVE COBB “Shallow”LADY GAGA BRADLEY COOPER “All The Stars”SZA “The Middle”MAREN MORRIS Album Of The YearINVASION OF PRIVACYCARDI B BY THE WAY, I FORGIVE YOUDAVE COBB GOLDEN HOURKACEY MUSGRAVES* Song Of The Year “All The Stars”SZA “Boo’d Up”ELLA MAI “The Joke”DAVE COBB “Shallow”LADY GAGAMARK RONSON* Best New ArtistCHLOE X HALLELUKE COMBSDUA LIPA*JORJA SMITH Best Pop Solo Performance “Colors”BECK “God Is A Woman”ARIANA GRANDE “Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?)”LADY GAGA Best Pop Duo/Group Performance “Fall In Line”CHRISTINA AGUILERA “‘S Wonderful”TONY BENNETT “Shallow”LADY GAGA BRADLEY COOPER “Girls Like You”MAROON 5*FEAT. CARDI B “The Middle”MAREN MORRIS Best Traditional Pop Vocal AlbumLOVE IS HERE TO STAYTONY BENNETT MY WAYWILLIE NELSON THE MUSIC…THE MEM’RIES…THE MAGIC!BARBRA STREISAND Best Pop Vocal AlbumMEANING OF LIFEKELLY CLARKSON SWEETENERARIANA GRANDE Best Dance Recording “Electricity”SILK CITYDUA LIPAMARK RONSON* Best Rock Song “Jumpsuit”TYLER JOSEPH (TWENTY ONE PILOTS) Best Rock AlbumMANIAFALL OUT BOY Best Alternative Music AlbumCOLORSBECK Best R&B Performance“Summer”BEYONCÉ* “Best Part”FEAT. DANIEL CAESAR Best…

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paradigm proudly congratulates our nominees for the 61st annual grammy® awards

ABOVE & BEYOND BEST DANCE RECORDING“NORTHERN SOUL” ALICE IN CHAINS** BEST ROCK ALBUMRAINIER FOG ANDERSON EAST BEST AMERICAN ROOTS PERFORMANCE“ALL ON MY MIND” ANDERSON. PAAK** BEST RAP PERFORMANCE“BUBBLIN” AQUALUNG BEST CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIAN MUSIC PERFORMANCE/SONG“JOY.” BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME* BEST METAL PERFORMANCE“CONDEMNED TO THE GALLOWS” BRANDI CARLILE RECORD OF THE YEAR“THE JOKE”ALBUM OF THE YEARBY THE WAY, I FORGIVE YOUSONG OF THE YEAR“THE JOKE”BEST AMERICAN ROOTS PERFORMANCE“THE JOKE”BEST AMERICAN ROOTS SONG“THE JOKE”BEST AMERICANA ALBUMBY THE WAY, I FORGIVE YOU BUDDY GUY BEST TRADITIONAL BLUES ALBUMTHE BLUES IS ALIVE AND WELL CHARLIE MUSSELWHITE BEST TRADITIONAL BLUES ALBUMNO MERCY IN THIS LAND CHROMEO BEST ENGINEERED ALBUM, NON-CLASSICALHEAD OVER HEELS COSMIC GATE BEST REMIXED RECORDING“ONLY ROAD (COSMIC GATE REMIX)” DISCLOSURE BEST DANCE RECORDING“ULTIMATUM” THE FEVER 333** BEST ROCK PERFORMANCE“MADE AN AMERICA” FANTASTIC NEGRITO** BEST CONTEMPORARY BLUES ALBUMPLEASE DON’T BE DEAD FATOUMATA DIAWARA* BEST DANCE RECORDING“ULTIMATUM”BEST WORLD MUSIC ALBUMFENFO FISHER BEST DANCE RECORDING“LOSING IT” GREY RECORD OF THE YEAR“THE MIDDLE”SONG OF THE YEAR“THE MIDDLE”BEST POP DUO/GROUP PERFORMANCE“THE…

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content under pressure

ON JAN. 18, WHEN SONY cut ties with R. Kelly, Shaunna Thomas’ first reaction was relief. Thomas, the 37-year-old co-founder of the women’s advocacy group UltraViolet, spent years pushing the label to drop the R&B star over the many allegations of sexual misconduct against him. After the Lifetime documentary Surviving R. Kelly aired, UltraViolet paid for a plane to fly over Sony’s Culver City building in Los Angeles trailing a banner that read “RCA/Sony: Drop Sexual Predator R. Kelly” and helped coordinate protests outside Sony’s Manhattan office on Jan. 16. Two days later, the label and Kelly agreed to split. “There is a tipping-point moment where it becomes undeniable,” says Thomas, “where you can’t find enough flaws in all of the survivors’ stories to deny there’s something really problematic going on.” The music…

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booking music’s biggest night

WITH NEW HOST ALICIA KEYS AND a return to Staples Center in Los Angeles after a year in New York, the 61st Grammy Awards on Feb. 10 are focused on presenting “the best three-and-a-half hours of live musical entertainment we can,” says Recording Academy president/CEO Neil Portnow. This year, amid questions about the Grammys’ relevance, the stakes are higher. But the first performers announced were relative newcomers; Cardi B, Camila Cabello, Kacey Musgraves, Shawn Mendes, Janelle Monáe, H.E.R. and Post Malone will be among those taking the stage. “There are some incredibly fresh faces [coming] to the Grammys this year,” executive producer Ken Ehrlich tells Billboard. Keys, a 15-time Grammy winner, will be the first woman to host the show since Queen Latifah in 2005, and she says she’s looking to uplift…

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