Very few country Artists manage to breakthrough, but when Scott Borchetta signed Taylor Swift at just 15, he knew she had serious potential to explode on the international scene. “I was always fascinated by artists that could appeal globally,” he says. “So my goal with Taylor from the beginning was that she was going to be a global superstar.”

Almost ten years later, Scott, who is President and CEO of Big Machine Label Group, has fulfilled his ambition. Taylor at just 24, is now Nashville's biggest selling Act and one of the World's best-selling Recording Acts, having sold almost 30million albums, more than 6.5million of these internationally.

Her latest world tour to nearly 70 Cities in North America has made her one of the top selling box office successes of 2013. She will be in London for five arena shows next month, and one concert in Berlin. She is also nominated in four categories at next Sunday’s Grammy Awards and is a multi nominee at this year's World Music Awards which honor the best-selling most popular artists from the major record-buying countries..

Taylor’s last studio album "Red" was released in the autumn of 2012, and sold 1.21m copies in its first week in America alone, the biggest opening tally there for more than a decade. Red became Taylor's first chart-topper in the UK, and also topped the album charts in Australia, Canada, Ireland and New Zealand. As of January 2014, the album has sold over 3.969 million copies in the United States and over 6 million copies worldwide. 

When asked about Taylor's next Album which she is presently working on, Borchetta says “While her music has definitely become more worldly, she lives in Nashville and there’s always going to be a sense of that running through her music. I encourage her to make what she wants to make, so the next record could be anything from pure pop to bluegrass, who knows.”



Beyoncé's self-titled Album is top of the World's best-selling Albums chart for the fifth consecutive week after selling 163.000 copies. "Beyoncé" is the biggest-selling Album of 2014 with sales of 2,29 million in total and 933.000 of those in 2014. No other Act has managed to stay on top of the Album charts for as long since Adele's "21". One Direction's "Midnight Memories" is the second best-selling Album of 2014 with sales of 583.000 and Eminem's "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" is third with sales of 496.000.


The Soundtrack to "Frozen"' stays at N°2 in the top-selling Albums chart after selling 110.000 copies. New Entry for K-Pop Duo Tohoshinki at N°3 with their new Album "Dong Bang Shin Ki" which is N°1 in Korea after shiftng 89.000 copies this week!


Eminem's "The Marshall Mathers LP2" slips from N°3 to 4 with sales of 86.000. After 7 weeks on the chart and 82.000 copies sold this week, One Direction's "Midnight Memories" slips from 3rd position to 5th.


Rapper Kid Ink enters the top 40 at N°6 with his Album "My Own Lane" and sales of 72.000.


New Zealand Phenomenon Lorde slips one place from 6 to 7 after selling 70.000 copies of "Pure heroin" worldwide.


Katy Perry's smash Album "Prism" slips from 5 to 8 with sales of 58.000 this week. The Album has been in the Top 10 for 15 weeks.


European Superstar Stromae enters the Top 10 world's best-selling albums chart at N°9 with his smash Album "Racine Carrée" selling another 52.000 Albums this week.


Robbie Williams closes the top 10 with "Swings Both Ways" and sales of 49.000.


Only One more New Entry this week apart from Kid Ink and Tohoshinki, and its J-Pop Act RIB's with "Riboot" and sales of 19.000.




Posted on January 18, 2014



Eminem's "The Monster" stays in 2nd position for the 2nd consecutive week.


Pharell's new single "Happy" soars up the charts from N°6 to 3. OneRepublic's "Counting Starts" drops one position from last week's peak to N°4.


Avicii's "Hey Brother" moves up from 8 to 5 after 13 weeks on the chart. Lorde's Breakthrough hit "Royals" drops from 4 to 6 and Avicii's "Wake Me Up" also slips from 5 to 7 after an incredible 29 weeks in the top 10.


One Direction's "Story Of My Life" moves from 9 to 8 and Katy Perry's "Roar" slips from 7 to 9 after 22 weeks on the chart. Katy also closes the top 10 with her third single "Dark Horse."


New entries this week include Aloe Blacc's "The Man" which makes a smash debut at N°28 this week. Beyoncé's second single "XO" debuts at N°34 and "Drunk In Love" moves up 3 to N°26.


K-Popstar Ailee enters this week's charts at N°37 with her new Single "Singing Got Better" and Rapper Kid Ink enters the ToP 40 with his first hit Single "Show Me," a collaboration with Chris Brown. Another K-Pop Act Girls's Day closes this week's Top 40 with "Something"

Shakira Is Back With New Single!

Posted on January 13, 2014



Stop the world right now#ShakiraIsBack! Colombian super star singer Shakira marked a date for her highly-awaited return to the music scene. After several delays finally it’s here! The new single was released on digital retailers on January 13, 2014. It’s officially called “Can’t Remember to Forget You“, and it has the guest vocals of Barbadian pop starRihanna. This is too much!

The song was co-written by Shakira and Rihanna with the collaboration of John Hill, Tom Hull, Daniel Alexander and Swedish singer-songwriter Erik Hassle, known by his European smash single ‘Hurtful‘, released in 2008.  The official video was recorded between 6 and 8 of December. Shakira confirmed that the video was directed by Joseph Kahn on Twitter.

The track seems to be influenced by the Jamaican Rocksteady meets Ska, used on No Doubt’s latest studio album “Push and Shove“, released in 2012. Shakira moves away from the more commercial pop dance sound, and returns betting on a pop rock style, something closer to her beginnings in the music world.


Among the confirmed songs for the new album are: ”Truth or Dare” [commonly "I Dare You (On the Dancefloor)"] a powerful dance-track produced by Dutch record producer Afrojack whose music video directed by Anthony Mandler, produced by Heather Heller and edited by Jeff Selis. It was filmed in Lisbon (Portugal) on June 29, 2012 through Black Hand Cinema and Live Nation Entertainment. The song was written by Raelene Arreguin, John J Conte Jr. and Jay Singh (BMI).

On the other hand, the other track is entitled “Beautiful Disaster” and was also written by Raelene Argurin, John J Conte Jr. and Singh Jay (BMI). The tracks are scheduled to be included on Shakira’s eighth studio album of her career, still untitled, will be released digitally in the first quarter of 2014 via Roc Nation and Sony Music Latin. The singer has been working with Afrojack, RedOne, Fernando Garibay, Ester Dean, Benny Blanco, Ne-Yo and Akon. Between officially recorded songs is one titled “Zodiac Lover“.   


U2 won big at the 71st Golden Globe Awards this year, taking home the Best Original Song trophy for "Ordinary Love," their first new song in three years, written in honor of the late Nelson Mandela and featured in the Idris Elba-starring biopic Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.

"This really is personal for us," Bono said during the band's acceptance speech. "This man turned our life upside down, right-side up, a man who refused to hate, not because he didn't have rage or anger or these things, but that he thought love would do a better job. We wrote a love song because it kind of is what is extraordinary about the film — it is kind of a dysfunctional love story. That's why you should see this film. You know about the global statesman, you don't know about the man, that's why you should see this film. We're good at the dysfunctional love stories."

U2, who have a new album expected to drop in April, beat out Justin Timberlake's Inside Llewyn Davis contribution "Please Mr. Kennedy," Coldplay's "Atlas" from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, "Let It Go" from the animated Disney flick Frozen (sung by actress Idina Menzel), and Taylor Swift's "Sweeter Than Fiction" from One Chance. 

U2 are also potential Oscar nominees, after being included in the not-so-short list for Best Original Song. Nominees for the 86th Annual Academy Awards will be announced on January 16.

Other notable wins at the Golden Globes: 30 Seconds to Mars frontman Jared Leto earned the Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture award for his role in Dallas Buyers Club, and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros leader Alex Ebert took home Best Original Score for his work on the film All Is Lost.

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