November 21, 2011
BMI MusicWorld Launches New Digital Edition
Long-running, critically acclaimed magazine gets redesign for global reach
BMI long-running MusicWorld magazine, first launched in 1962, is now available online. With in-depth profiles of BMI artists and writers, and discussions of issues that affect both music creators and music lovers, the digital MusicWorld will now be easier to access, receive and share through Facebook, Twitter and e-mail.
Check out the debut digital BMI MusicWorld, featuring…
Miranda Lambert: “I think I’m still the bold writer that I was when I wrote ‘Kerosene,’ but I also feel like I’ve broadened my spectrum in terms of what I write about.”
Death Cab for Cutie: “North on the Death Cab compass has been singer/songwriter Ben Gibbard, whether his words have been thick and winding with metaphor or simple expressions of clean emotion.”
DJ Khaled: “His monumental status in the current landscape of hip-hop is a rare one. Khaled has remained a key mover in mainstream rap based on his nonpareil knack for conjoining star-power on bombastic hits.”
Luis Fonsi: ““The best songs are written in hours, not days.”
With profiles of ragged Southern rock innovators My Morning Jacket, 2011 BMI Urban Producer of the Year Lex Luger, Fast Five and The Expendables composer Brian Tyler, chart-topping r&b writer and singer Frank Ocean, Latin Christian duo Tercer Cielo, theater lyricist Sara Wordsworth, and Nashville songwriting phenomenon Brantley Gilbert.
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