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CROSSCURRENTS, PART THREE
The Motown story (3/22a)
SONG REVENUE CHART: "RING" IN THE IDES OF MARCH
The full Monte yet again. (3/22a)
NOT IN HITS LIST
We use only the highest-quality click bait. (3/22a)
COLUMBIA SPRINGS THE COUNTRY TRAP
A whole new wrinkle (3/22a)
THE ROOTS OF ROCK & SOUL, SONG BY SONG: THE LATE ’50S
The saga continues. (3/22a)
THE NEXT RECORDING ACADEMY HEAD IS...
(The envelope, please.)
IT'S NOT JUST ABOUT MARKETSHARE
But it is, really. Isn't it?
WHAT IF I DON'T STREAM?
First of all, don't panic.
WHO ORDERED THIS PIZZA?
Seriously, come get it now or we're eating it.
THE B-SIDE
SKYLAR STECKER ON WHO'S TO "BLAME"
3/8/18

Skylar Stecker has dropped "Blame," a track that has already garnered early radio adds at Top 40 and Rhythm

The 16-year-old Wisconsin native was signed with Cherrytree Records—original home to acts like Ellie Goulding, Lady Gaga, Disclosure and Robyn—at 12 and has been honing her craft ever since. 

She's now credited with vocal tracks on three #1 hits on the Club Dance Chart, recorded the end title theme to the Warner Bros. film Everything, Everything and opened shows for the likes of Miley Cyrus and Liam Payne

Stecker’s new single, “Blame,” was produced by Dave Audé, who's worked with Demi Lovato, Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars. She's set to perform with Camila Cabello 4/12.

Stay tuned for the track's accompanying visual, which will drop later this month, and enjoy a first listen of "Blame" below.