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The glamourous lives of modern music royalty like Taylor Swift and Drake may lead aspiring songwriters and performers to dream of being like their idols: “twenty-five, sittin’ on $25 mil.”1 To help reach that level of success, however, music creators (songwriters and performers) should understand where their revenue comes from and how to maximize it.
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