Music Business News Weekly Round Up Vol 1

Music Business News Weekly Round Up Vol 1

First Wearable Device With Music Storage Unleased

Garmin's Vivoactive














Garmin’s Vivoactive 3 provided a solid alternative to the Fitbit Ionic and the Apple Watch last year, but it lacked one big feature: onboard music storage. At CES, Garmin announced its first wearable with space to save music you could listen to without your smartphone present: the $450 Forerunner 645 Music.

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What Spotify Will Look Like After Going Public

Is there any phrase more antithetical to the rock’n’roll spirit than “initial public offering”? But what happens to Spotify matters for the future of music, particularly at this turning point in the format wars. Streaming now makes up more than half of the industry’s revenues, and Spotify has more paying subscribers than any other streaming service.

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Music 4Kids Class Offered For Early Childhood Development In Music

From newborn babies to four year olds, Bass Clef School of Music in Great Falls is offering classes to start young kids off on the right musical note.
The class focuses on early childhood development in musical education.
According to Bass Clef owner and instructor Tim Bass, early classes give kids better competency.


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Jay-Z Releases New Video On Blue Ivy’s Birthday

JAY-Z and Beyoncé’s daughter Blue Ivy is the star of the rapper’s latest video, an animated visual for “Blue’s Freestyle.” The video for the 4:44 bonus track, which features the young girl rapping, was released on her sixth birthday (Sunday, Jan. 7.). It’s exclusively available on Tidal.

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