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Kanye West & Lana Del Rey Cover Billboard’s Power 100 Issue

Friday, February 6th, 2015


Kanye, Lana Del Bae and UMG Chairman Lucian Grainge cover Billboard’s annual Power 100 issue. Grainge holds down the #1 spot on the list, which also includes Jimmy Iovine, Birdman, Guy Oseary and Scooter Braun. Check out the full list here.

Previously: Kanye’s adidas Line Will Be Available Within Weeks | Rihanna ft. Kanye West & Paul McCartney – FourFiveSeconds (DJ Mustard Remix)

Jay-Z Covers Billboard

Thursday, June 20th, 2013

Jay-Z and his Samsung deal, #newrules tweet and all, cover the new issue of Billboard. Bill Werde’s cover story will be up on the Billboard site tomorrow.

UPDATE: Werde’s article us up now. The gist of it is, Billboard won’t count the 1 million albums purchased by Samsung towards the chart placement of the album, but that could change in the future. Interestingly enough, even with the Samsung giveaway, Werde cites sales projections for MCHG of between 400,000 and 450,000 units.

Previously: Jay-Z Now Licensed to Work as NBA Agent | This is Big Money Talk, Can You Answer Me?

Drake Covers Billboard Magazine

Friday, May 21st, 2010


The latest issue of Billboard is on newsstands now.

Propers to Nile.

Previously: Drake – Thank Me Later Track List | Drake – 9 AM in Dallas Freestyle

Video: Pharrell’s Key Note Speech at Midem

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

Okay, so let’s try this one more time. Thanks to Illionaire for the rip.

In the 80’s there was Quincy, in the 90’s there was Dr. Dre… just last month, Billboard Magazine named you producer of the decade

Pharrell was invited to give the key note speech at Midem, a music business conference held in Cannes, France. It was in Q&A format with Rob Stone, who is the co-CEO of Cornerstone – who you might remember from Pharrell’s Billboard cover.

UPDATE: I sat through this 40 minute interview earlier today and Pharrell had some really good shit to say. If you have the time, I suggest you watch/listen to what he said while out there.

Look out for Côte D’Azur P at the NRJ Awards while he’s out there.

Footage of Pharrell presenting an award to Beyonce at the NRJ Awards, along with pics from his arrival, after the jump:

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Lil Wayne Covers Billboard

Friday, October 30th, 2009


Lil Wayne talks Rebirth to Billboard:

Given earlier leaks from the project, did you make many changes to the final version?
As of now Rebirth is coming out as a double disc with a [disc of songs] by Young Money. I had to add new cuts because a lot of things leaked, making people think they had an idea of what I was doing with Rebirth and what it would sound like. And I hated that because I never want anybody to think they know what I’m doing until I present it. So what I did was make it totally different I flipped it.

Does the album still lean toward rock?
Yes, the album is still rock. I play guitar on 80% of the songs and there’s a lot of rock influences and rock beats. I also have Travis Barker on the album. But I don’t want people to think I’m trying to do something I can’t do. Don’t think you’re going to put on the album and hear me screaming and singing . . . Don’t worry about that [laughs]. When people hear me say rock, they may get a little scared like, Oh, God. What is he going to do? When I said I was doing a rock album, it was about doing a freedom thing. This album isn’t hip-hop. When I do my Carter albums, I know I’ve got to rap, I know I’ve got to spit. I know the words I’ve got to say and the subjects I’ve got to talk about. I also know the things I shouldn’t say, the things I shouldn’t talk about. There’s none of those limits on this album. I say what I want, how I want. That’s what this album is: a freedom album. And rock is the avenue that gives you that freedom. I’m just having fun, that’s all. Trust me: People will like these songs. It’s my job to make them love them, but I know for a fact they’ll like them.

Source: Billboard via RR

Previously: Lil Wayne – No Ceilings (Mixtape)

Audio: Pharrell Speaks on Being An Artist

Tuesday, June 9th, 2009

Pharrell Williams shares his only advice for aspiring artists. . He speaks on being competitive and diverse, the saturated industry, and education. Listen on as Rest In Beats‘ hangs out at the 2009 Billboard/AdWeek Music & Advertising Conference in NYC.

Previously: Pharrell Speaks on Record Labels (Audio)

Video: Pharrell Q&A w/ Billboard

Sunday, June 7th, 2009

“I think this is my first Billboard record”

Previously: Pharrell Speaks on Record Labels (Audio)

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