By Andy Malt | Published on Tuesday 27 October 2020
China’s Tencent Music has renewed its licensing agreement with global indie label digital rights agency Merlin, expanding on the previous deal to also cover the company’s karaoke platform WeSing, as well as its main streaming services QQ Music, Kugou and Kuwo. “We are excited to renew our agreement with Tencent and expand our strategic partnership, including the extension of our deal into the dynamic WeSing service”, says Merlin CEO Jeremy Sirota.
A Zack De La Rocha remix of Outkast‘s ‘Bombs Over Baghdad’ has been released, which is nice. It will feature on a 20th anniversary re-issue of the hip hop duo’s still very much awesome ‘Stankonia’ album.
AC/DC have released