The IFPI is stepping up its music-tracking activities in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). It has launched four new charts.
Dance star Kygo is playing a big gig in London this weekend at Gunnersbury Park, and Snapchat is along for the ride.
Travis Scott’s plans for a concert at the Giza Pyramids in Egypt has become quite the story. Live Nation says it has NOT been cancelled.
Want to see Travis Scott play a concert to launch his new album? Tickets aren’t too expensive: just under $130.
This weekend sees the latest ‘Conference of the Parties’ (COP) climate summit kick off in Egypt, with COP27 due to bring world leaders, climate scientists and activists together.
According to the IFPI, Sub-Saharan Africa generated $70.1m of revenues from recorded music in 2021.
The Middle East and North Africa was crowned the fastest-growing recorded music region in the IFPI’s latest report.
Diab is already the most popular artist on Anghami according to the DSP, with more than 1bn streams on its platform.
The fourth track at this year’s NY:LON Connect conference focused on Africa, with a particular emphasis on the collaborations.
Epic Games has announced its latest plans for music in its Fortnite game: a ‘Soundwave Series’ of concerts with a strong emphasis on artists from widely-flung parts of the world.
YouTube launched its music charts in May 2018 in 44 countries initially, and has been expanding them geographically ever since.
We’re trying something different with our Q2 report. From now on, it’s going to be our International Focus edition, gathering our country profiles from throughout the year into one report, for a snapshot of music industry trends and views from around the world. This inaugural edition is divided into regions. From the Americas we have profiles of Argentina, […]