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Prateek Kuhad on India's Changing Music Scene, Not Using His Nationality as a 'Selling Point' & Touring U.S.

Prateek Kuhad on India's Changing Music Scene, Not Using His Nationality as a 'Selling Point' & Touring U.S. | Music News | Scoop.it
In India, Prateek Kuhad is arguably the most popular singer-songwriter performing mostly in English. Kuhad recently spoke to Billboard about breaking into the US, changes in the Indian music scene and why he doesn’t want his Indianness to be a talking point.

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In my opinion, this is a movement the audio industry should set its eyes on. As one entering the industry I believe we should integrate more foreign culture into our American culture and make history. Nowadays more and more countries are picking up and adapting to our everyday music genres knocking at our front door. I say we let them in and harness what they can do and bring to the table and that my friends is the evolution of music. And the fact that there are artists out there who are humble enough to go out and make based on sheer talent and not the gimmick of his ethnicity says a lot so the package is there we just have to receive it.

The billboard is one the most notable sources out there so when they bring forth anything to the table I take it as reliable. Artists and creators involved battle everyday just to mentioned by or put upon the billboard charts so I take it as reliable. Also, it shows that the billboard not only has its sights on what’s going on here at home but also what’s across seas waiting to break off here as well.

Whether the source is a major informational resource for audio industry professionals is most definite. Audio industry professionals work to dominate the billboards, award shows, and anything the entertainment world legitimately acknowledges.
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Trump Signs Landmark Music Bill Into Law?

Trump Signs Landmark Music Bill Into Law? | Music News | Scoop.it
“They were treated very unfairly,” Trump says of musicians who will benefit from Music Modernization Act

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Tyran Lewiss insight:
In my opinion this is a great step forward for everyone involved in the creative side of music such singers, songwriters, producers, etc. But, I also feel in the end this will deepen the feud between artists and labels. Reason being that now the MMA has been passed more artists are going feel more determined to fight for rights and/or royalties they may or may not be entitled to. At the end of the day, this is still going to be an all out war for the American dollar.

The source is very reliable not only due to the number of issues surrounding the matter at hand but, also the credibility of the source.The rolling stone is one of the biggest media outlet magazines around. So with Rolling Stone publishing this article and having their wide ranged fan base and notability says a lot to those who read and attain media information through them. Overall, this source was a reliable source to obtain information from.

 Whether the source is a major informational resource for audio industry professionals or not is obvious. Audio industry professionals know much as well as regular people the notability of the Rolling Stone Magazine. Safe to say the source is valid, the point of conversation was legit and believe Audio industry professionals will benefit from this.
octavio rodriguez ortiz's curator insight, November 11, 2018 12:08 AM
Rollingstone cleverly uses Trump to spread some good news for a change.  Say what you will about President Trump but, his signature is valuable.  Regarding the music industry, he has done well by his name.  The Music Modernization Act is new legislation that protects everyone involved in the making of musical pieces and directly regulates the profit-sharing of the music and audio industries.  I think this bill not only sends a message to record company and streaming services that the artist has not been compensated enough or often enough and will be begin to be compensated moving forward. 
Noah Lix's curator insight, April 21, 2019 5:31 PM
My opinion on the topic is that I am very happy that Mr Trump and so manny music professional's came together to enact the Music Modernization act to help artists collect their royalty's in a more reliable way. this law will even be enacted on songs dating back to the years before 1972. This topic is amazing because its all about how musicians have been treated unfairly and this law is basically a giant reform for the music company to make it more user friendly towards artists over social media networks and streaming services such as Spotify.

My opinion on the reliability of the source: In my opinion I believe that the rolling stones is one of the most reliable sources out there for music. as a kid growing up I always heard and knew that the rolling stones played a big part in the music game and had a huge place in the hearts of most American's. And having the President in the matter just means that the media was all over the bill and really exercised their publicity on the matter being sure to cover all of the ground relating to the issue and uncover as much info as possible. I believe that the reliability of this online source is extremely adequate, professional, and trust worthy. The passage is written by: Amy X. Wang and she is a music business reporter and her intentions on this article were to make it an informational pice.  The article was written in  OCTOBER 11, 2018. 

The rolling stones are a major informational resource for audio industry professionals and there are multiple  professionals cited all through the article.  There was nothing unprofessional about the article. Everything was well written and well worded .
 
Willie James Ray III's curator insight, August 24, 2019 5:37 PM
After reading this article. Having president Donald Trump  sign off on the Music Modernization Act. Lets us know how much the president supports the music industry. Updating the copyright for the digital era. The MMA accomplishes three key things: making sure songwriters and artists receive royalties on songs recorded before 1972; allocating royalties for music producers; and updating licensing and royalty rules for streaming services to pay rights-holders in a more streamlined fashion, via a new, independent entity. Under the act, many music creators will have a more reliable way of collecting the money that they’re due. The MMA will benefit the music community and create a more transparent and streamlined approach to music licensing and payment for artists.
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A Flashy New AI Tool Could Be a Producer’s Dream and a Copyright Nightmare

A Flashy New AI Tool Could Be a Producer’s Dream and a Copyright Nightmare | Music News | Scoop.it
Source separation can extract isolated vocal and instrumental tracks from any recorded song, but its potential repercussions for artists and streaming services hangs in the balance.
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Apple Music Starts $50 Million Coronavirus Relief Fund for Indie Labels

Apple Music Starts $50 Million Coronavirus Relief Fund for Indie Labels | Music News | Scoop.it
“Apple has a deep, decades-long history with music, and we are proud to be in close partnership with the best labels and artists in the world.We want to help.”...
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Prateek Kuhad on India's Changing Music Scene, Not Using His Nationality as a 'Selling Point' & Touring U.S.

Prateek Kuhad on India's Changing Music Scene, Not Using His Nationality as a 'Selling Point' & Touring U.S. | Music News | Scoop.it
In India, Prateek Kuhad is arguably the most popular singer-songwriter performing mostly in English. Kuhad recently spoke to Billboard about breaking into the US, changes in the Indian music scene and why he doesn’t want his Indianness to be a talking point.

Via Midem Team
Tyran Lewiss insight:
In my opinion, this is a movement the audio industry should set its eyes on. As one entering the industry I believe we should integrate more foreign culture into our American culture and make history. Nowadays more and more countries are picking up and adapting to our everyday music genres knocking at our front door. I say we let them in and harness what they can do and bring to the table and that my friends is the evolution of music. And the fact that there are artists out there who are humble enough to go out and make based on sheer talent and not the gimmick of his ethnicity says a lot so the package is there we just have to receive it.

The billboard is one the most notable sources out there so when they bring forth anything to the table I take it as reliable. Artists and creators involved battle everyday just to mentioned by or put upon the billboard charts so I take it as reliable. Also, it shows that the billboard not only has its sights on what’s going on here at home but also what’s across seas waiting to break off here as well.

Whether the source is a major informational resource for audio industry professionals is most definite. Audio industry professionals work to dominate the billboards, award shows, and anything the entertainment world legitimately acknowledges.
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Lawsuit Against Universal Music Over 2008 Warehouse Fire Is Dismissed

Lawsuit Against Universal Music Over 2008 Warehouse Fire Is Dismissed | Music News | Scoop.it
Several high-profile musicians sued UMG last year over the loss of archived recordings...
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