"Glory" Wins Oscar Gold
Common and John Legend have won the Academy Award for Best Original Song, "Glory", from the motion picture Selma. After a moving, emotional performance, both Common and John Legend gave important, political and social statements to rounds of applause. Click Here To Watch The Video.
Reach Hits Top 10 Publishers Quarterly
Billboard Magazine has released its Publishers Quarterly of music publishing market share for fourth quarter 2014. Reach Music has reached the Top 10 for the first time.
According to Billboard, the publisher administration rankings were compiled by the Harry Fox Agency, which researched the splits for the top 100 radio songs, compiled by Nielsen Music based on airplay on 1,557 U.S. radio stations. Click Here To View The Article.
Rihanna, Kanye, Sir Paul, Noah Goldstein
Songwriter Noah Goldstein has co-written the collaboration of Rihanna, Kanye West and Paul McCartney called "FourFiveSeconds". The song is the second collaboration between Yeezy and Sir Paul, following up the New Year release of "Only One". Goldstein is also a co-writer on that one as well. "FourFiveSeconds" will be released on Rihanna's forthcoming album.
"Glory" Nominated for Oscar
"Glory", performed by John Legend and
Common has earned an Academy Award Nomination for Best Original Song. "Glory" appears in the motion picture Selma, which also co-stars Common. The 87th Oscars will take place February 22, 2015 and air on ABC Network.
NBC Superbowl XLIX Promo - PE & Ice-T
Hip-Hop icons Public Enemy and
Ice-T were chosen by NBC Sports for a commercial highlighting past NFL Superbowls. Public Enemy's "Harder Than You Think" is the music backdrop while Ice-T does a voice-over. Click Here To Watch The Video.
Critics Choice Award for "Glory"
The 20th Annual Critics Choice Awards recently took place with "Glory" winning for Best Original Song. Featuring John Legend and
Common, the song is featured in the motion picture Selma.
"Glory" wins Golden Globe
The 72nd Golden Globe Awards were recently held, highlighting the best of Motion Pictures and Television. John Legend and Reach Music's
Common won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song with "Glory"; a song from the Motion Picture Selma. Watch as Common gives a passionate and poignant speech at the awards show. Click Here To Watch The Video.
2015 New Year's TV Performances
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest on ABC Networks saw Charli XCX perform "Boom Clap" (co-written by Stefan Gräslund). In addition, Fergie performed "L.A. Love" (co-written by Shomari Wilson). Fox Network aired Pitbull's New Year's Revolution from Miami, which featured a performance of his single "Fireball" (co-written by Tom Peyton).
Kanye Drops "Only One" on NYE
Kanye fans can ring in 2015 with a brand new song called "Only One"; a song about his daughter and featuring Sir Paul McCartney on backing vocals. The track is co-written by Noah Goldstein and has premiered in the iTunes Top 10 of many countries including US, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa and Sweden.
Avicii "The Nights" - New Single
Reach Music's Nick Furlong has co-written the latest Avicii single called "The Nights". The cut also features Ras on vocals and has also been featured on the EA Sports video game FIFA 15. Click Here To Watch The Video.
The Hunger Games: Mocking Jay Part 1 OST
The Official Soundtrack to the motion picture The Hunger Games: Mocking Jay Part 1 features a cut called "Flicker (Kanye West Rework)", which was co-written by Noah Goldstein . As with the original "Yellow Flicker Beat", Lorde is the artist on "Flicker" as well. The soundtrack has charted in many countries including US, Germany, Canada, Australia and Belgium.
L.A. Love - Fergie
The first single from Fergie's sophomore solo album is "L.A. Love"; produced by DJ Mustard and co-written by Shomari Wilson. The song has been used in a Chrysler 200 automobile commercial as well as being chosen as the theme song for E! Network's Kourtney and Khloe Take The Hamptons. Click Here To Watch The Video.
Pitbull "Fireball" on 2014 AMA's
Pitbull recently hosted the 2014 American Music Awards, which took place in Los Angeles at the Nokia Theatre. Pit opened the night with a performance medley of his songs including "Fireball", co-written by Tom Peyton. Click Here To Watch The Video. "Fireball" has charted in the Top 40 in over a dozen foreign countries including topping the charts in The Netherlands.
Zac Brown Band - Greatest Hits So Far
Zac Brown Band has released the compilation, Greatest Hits So Far. The album includes the band's first fourteen singles from "Chicken Fried" in 2008 to "Sweet Annie" in 2013. ZBB has been nominated for numerous awards, including a win for Best New Artist at the 52nd Grammy Awards.
Echosmith Goes Platinum!
The RIAA has recently certified Echosmith with Platinum status of its debut single, "Cool Kids". The song was co-written by Jeffery David, who also co-manages the band. They will also perform the song on the Nickelodeon HALO awards, which will air November 30.