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Newcomer Trey Songz and Producer Troy Taylor Join BMI Family

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From News, posted 5.03.05 Atlantic Records recording artist Trey Songz and hit producer Troy Taylor have joined BMI for performing rights representation. The newest members of the BMI family have just finished working together on 20-year-old Trey’s debut release I Gotta Make It, an 11-entry diary about a… Read more...


Neptunes, Evanescence Top List of BMI Grammy Nominees

From News, posted 12.04.03 BMI songwriter/artists are once again at the top of the nominees list for the 46th Annual Grammy Awards, announced December 4 at a press conference held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. Pharrell Williams of red hot production duo, The Neptunes, leads the… Read more...


Floetry

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From MusicWorld, posted 8.28.03 Who would have thought that competing on the basketball courts some 10 years ago would lead to a musical chemistry unlike any other? No one did -- not even singer/songwriter Marsha Ambrosius and emcee/songwriter Natalie Stewart, better known as the hit-making duo Floetry. The only thing Marsha and Natalie thought… Read more...


IAAAM and BMI Celebrate Black Music Month

From News, posted 6.12.02 The International Association of African-American Music (IAAAM), a Philadelphia area based non-profit organization, paid tribute to some of the best and brightest in black music during its 24th annual celebration of African-American Music Month. Co-sponsored by BMI, the IAAAM 2002: Visions in Music Celebration was held at… Read more...


Jamiroquai

From MusicWorld, posted 6.09.02 With retro-soul firmly on the global music agenda thanks to righteous new r&b acts like Alicia Keys, Angie Stone and Glenn Lewis, England's Jamiroquai could conceivably sit back and take credit for their part in starting the phenomenon. But instead of sitting out the party, Jamiroquai… Read more...


Glenn Lewis

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From MusicWorld, posted 4.30.02 Canadian r&b crooner Glenn Lewis is on a mission to rescue contemporary pop from its lusty doldrums. "Seventy-five percent of current black music is 'I want to get you into bed'," Lewis recently told Vibe magazine. "Twenty-five percent of it is about feelings ... I'm not worried… Read more...


Glenn Lewis: Glenn Lewis Interviewed at the 2004 BMI Urban Awards

Captured at BMI Urban Awards 2004

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