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Econ Extra Credit with David Brancaccio
The Fab Four were saying something about British public policy with the lyrics, "There's one for you / Nineteen for me."
Some startups are hoping the concept reignites the music industry’s profits.
The influential emcee reflects on his life, his creativity and his career.
By The Numbers
It’s safe to say the New Jersey native is no longer dancing in the dark.
"As satisfying and safe as it can feel to have mastered a craft, it also can be a sign that it’s time to learn a new trick," the musician writes.
Once upon a time, lyrics were extras. If you were lucky they were stuffed inside the sleeve of an LP. Now, they’re all over the place.
Aside from her spouse, that is.
A recent spat with DJ Khaled is making the music industry question what really counts as a sold copy of an album.