Larry Jackson is rumored to be exiting Apple Music next week. He has served at the DSP for seven years, during which time streaming has utterly revolutionized the business. Jackson, who most recently held the title of creative director, was not only a core Apple Music team member but also a crucial player at Beats Music, which was purchased by Apple for $3.2b in 2014 and which formed the backbone of its streaming service. He was also the architect of Apple Music’s high-profile deals with Drake, The Weeknd, Taylor Swift, Frank Ocean, Ye, Nicki Minaj and other major artists. Much buzz surrounds Jackson’s next move, which is said to be a big one. Stay tuned.