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Cheryl Lynn Reveals She Owns Her Masters, Including Her 1983 Hit 'Encore,' Which Is Earning Over 30K Spotify Streams 40 Years Later

Releasing a hit song while a music genre is at its peak is the perfect recipe to create something timeless. In 1978, icon Cheryl Lynn released her first single “Got to Be Real.” Its success would then set the trajectory for her debut self-titled album, which became RIAA-certified Gold, per AllMusic.

Nov 9, 2023

Irv Gotti Shares Why He's Against Giving Artists Ownership Of Their Master Recordings

Irv Gotti appears to not be a believer in giving artists their masters recordings.

Aug 30, 2023

Ice Spice Owns Her Masters, Publishing, And Has Creative Control — ‘No One On The Label Side Touches The Music’

Ice Spice could be still adjusting to her quick rise to fame. Despite that, she’s not falling for just anything.

May 12, 2023

Mariah Carey Reveals She Owns All Of Her Old Master Recordings

Mariah Carey is on the growing list of musicians to own their masters.

Nov 1, 2022

Shaquille O'Neal Shares Details Of Why He Paid For 15 Of His Friends To Get Their Master's Degrees

Shaquille O’ Neal is known for a good storytime, and one of his latest stories follows the motto of “When one person eats, we all eat.”

Sep 14, 2022

Anita Baker Credits Chance The Rapper For Helping In The Fight For Ownership Of Her Masters

Being known as one of the most talented powerhouses of our time, Anita Baker has been greatly esteemed in the music industry for decades. Now, recently, she has poured out admiration for one of today’s artists. According to Hypebeast, the legend took a moment at one of her live performances to show appreciation to Chance the Rapper, who helped her during her fight for control of her masters.

May 31, 2022

WNBA's A'ja Wilson And The NBA's Bam Adebayo Invest In $2.7M Seed Round For Fitness App Masters

Who better than professional athletes, A’ja Wilson and Bam Adebayo to be exact, to invest in an app that gets your bodies moving and physical health in check? The two basketball stars invested in a $2.7 million seed round led by Sweet Capital for Masters, a recently launched fitness app, Forbes reports. The app’s mission is to help people “get into better shape, connect with others virtually, and want to follow athletes and see their training methods.” Wilson and Adebayo are both investors, as well as trainers for the app. “I think it’s something you’ve never really seen before,” said Wilson. “You see us pro athletes, what we produce on the court or the field or wherever we are. But you don’t really know the background to it all and how simple some exercises may be. When I heard I could be able to be my own trainer in a sense, I thought it was pretty cool to be a part of it.”

Jan 28, 2022