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Celebrated Brit Awards Rappers Can Only Say Three Words Repeated Ad...

LONDON - England - It's more of the same from the shameful Brit Awards this year, as the state of the Music Biz has fallen to its lowest level yet.

Corbynista Rapper Storming Up the Pop Charts

NORWOOD - England - The British pop charts have a new rising rapper star who is storming up the charts.

Fans Celebrate the Amazing Reality That Pete Doherty is Still Alive

PARIS - France - NME darling, Peter Doherty is still alive, as news filters in that he has been arrested twice in three days, much to the delight of his fans.

Brit Awards Exclusive: The State of the Music Biz Today

LONDON - England - The Brit Awards are a sign that the music biz has lost all musicality, creativity and any semblance of true artistry.

Daily Squib Publishing Acquires 67% Stake in Rolling Stone Magazine Sale

NEW YORK - USA - Great news for music lovers across the globe, the Daily Squib has acquired a substantial share of the recent Rolling Stone magazine sale after owners Wenner put it up for sale.

Music Biz: The Wailing Lament of Sinead O’Connor

NEW JERSEY - USA - O woe, the wailing sound of Sinead O'Connor spews itself across the internet, an amalgamation of self-pity, lost stardom and synapses firing in all directions at the same time.

Mariah Carey Lip Sync a Comment On Today’s Music Biz

NEW YORK - USA - The music biz continues its precipitous fall into mediocrity, lip syncing, autotuned hell.

2016 The Year Satan Collected

CLARKSDALE - USA - Making a deal with the devil ain't easy, because you really have to want what he offers and you really have to be ready to give away your soul for eternity.

Adele New Song Hello Breaking Charts

LOS ANGELES - USA - Adele is storming the charts and smashing records with her brand new hit Hello.

MTV to Stop Broadcasting Music Videos

LOS ANGELES - USA - MTV will stop playing music videos because the ubiquity of internet music has made songs and videos “passé”, the company’s chief executive has revealed.

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