“The pop star, 49, has been with Warner Music for her entire career. She has sold 200 million records and CDs since her 1983 debut album,” The Beeb reports. “The deal covers all of Madonna’s future music-related activities – including tours, three new albums, merchandise, her website, DVDs, sponsorship and films.”
“‘The paradigm in the music business has shifted and as an artist and a businesswoman, I have to move with that shift,’ the singer said. ‘For the first time in my career, the way that my music can reach my fans is unlimited. I’ve never wanted to think in a limited way and with this new partnership, the possibilities are endless,'” The Beeb reports.
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Steve J.” for the heads up.]
Madonna follows in the footsteps of Prince, Radiohead, NIN and begins to eliminate the superfluous, greedy, and shortsighted music cartel dinosaurs from the equation. Now there’s a decapitation strategy!
[Note: “Middlebronfman” is a combination of “middleman” and “Bronfman” (Warner Music Group CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr.) which first appeared in a MacDailyNews article on Monday, October 03, 2005 with the sentence, “Eliminate the Middlebronfman.”]