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  1. How Women Saved the Music Industry in 2011

    9:12 am 12/23/2011

    Rihanna, Adele and Katy Perry are among the female stars who helped dig the business out of a seven-year sales slump.Read more

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  2. Adele Named Top Pop Artist of 2011

    10:57 am 12/9/2011

    The soul singer topped Rihanna, Katy Perry and last year's champ, Lady Gaga to take Billboard's prize. Read more

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  3. Controversial Video Shows Superstar Recording Artists Singing the Glories of File-Sharing (Video)

    7:03 am 12/9/2011

    Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, Jamie Foxx, and others come to the support of Megaupload, a copyright target of the RIAA and MPAA.Read more

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  4. Adele Is iTunes' Top Seller in 2011, Foo Fighters' 'Wasting Light' Named Album of the Year by Apple Staff

    2:51 am 12/8/2011

    Says Foos frontman Dave Grohl: "For an album made in my garage, totally analog to tape, without the help of any computers at all, to be iTunes' Album of the Year? It's inspiring! (And a wee bit ironic.)"Read more

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  5. Grammy Nominations: Kanye West Tops With 7 Nods; Adele, Rihanna Among Album of Year Contenders

    3:51 pm 11/30/2011

    Foo Fighters, Bruno Mars, Lil Wayne and Skrillex also earn multiple noms for the 54th annual awards show, which airs Feb. 12.Read more

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  6. Nicki Minaj And Lil Wayne Join Rapper Birdman in New Music Video

    2:41 pm 11/27/2011

    The musician compares herself to Lil Wayne saying she's "the female Weezy," in the video for Birdman's "Y U Mad." Read more

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  7. Drake's 'Take Care' Debuts At No. 1 On Billboard 200

    11:59 am 11/23/2011

    Adele's "21" marking its 39th straight week in the top five of the chart surpasses Michael Jackson's "Bad" following its bow at No. 1 on Sept. 27, 1987.Read more

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  8. Doug Morris Signs Dr. Luke to Sony Label Deal, Calls the Hitmaker His ‘New Jimmy’

    3:49 am 11/8/2011

    In an interview with the New York Times, the Sony Music CEO announces the January launch of Kemosabe Records and an exclusive five-year contract with the star producer.Read more

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  9. Lil Wayne Featured on Drake's 'The Motto' (Audio)

    1:27 pm 11/1/2011

    The new song is believed to be a bonus track on the upcoming “Take Care,” due Nov. 15.Read more

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  10. Lil Wayne Talks Early Retirement, What's Next

    5:03 pm 10/20/2011

    The hip-hop mogul explains why he plans to retire at 35-years-old and what the decision means for Young Money’s Drake and Nicki Minaj.Read more

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