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Published in 2017
 |  mandag, 20 februar 2017 14:07

Norges offisielle salgslister for januar 2017: The Weeknd topper albumlista når vi ser årets første måned samlet, med albumet "Starboy". Beste norske album er Marcus & Martinus' "Together" på en fin tredjeplass.
Singellista toppes av Ed Sheeran med "Shape Of You" fra hans neste album som ventes helt i begynnelsen av mars. Beste norske utgivelse dukker opp allerede på andreplass; Alan Walkers "Alone".


Se hele topp 40 her: topp 40 album / topp 40 singel

Published in Nyheter(Forsiden)
 |  onsdag, 08 februar 2017 13:50

(Pressemelding London 8.2.2017) Drake has been named by IFPI as the world’s best-selling recording artist of 2016, highlighting the huge success of his fourth album, Views, which was released last year. Drake is the fourth recipient of the IFPI Global Recording Artist of the Year Award, the unique and authoritative accolade that reflects an artist’s worldwide success across physical and digital formats, including downloads and streams. Views became the first album to reach one billion streams on Apple Music, while One Dance, the album’s second single, was the first song to be played one billion times on Spotify. The follow-up singles Pop Style, Controlla and Too Good also all found huge success across the globe. 
IFPI chief executive Frances Moore said: “I’m delighted to be able to honour Drake as the IFPI Global Recording Artist 2016. Drake’s phenomenal success reflects how deeply his unique sound appeals to an enormous global audience. The Global Top 10 list features a number of amazing artists, and the variety and vibrancy of their art speaks volumes about the exciting state of music today.” 
In conjunction with the Global Recording Artist award, IFPI issued its annual Global Top 10 list. David Bowie, who took second place on the global chart, had released his album Blackstar two days before his death in January 2016. The album reached number one in 24 countries. In third and fourth place on the chart, respectively, were Coldplay and Adele whose 2015 albums A Head Full of Dreams and 25 remained immensely popular throughout 2016. 

The IFPI Global Recording Artist award and Top 10 chart is the first and only ranking to accurately capture the global sales of artists’ music across streaming channels, as well as sales of digital and physical albums, and digital and physical singles. The previous recipients of this prestigious award are One Direction (2013), Taylor Swift (2014) and Adele (2015).
The full 2016 list includes: 

Top 10 Global Recording Artists of 2016

Drake 
2 David Bowie 
3 Coldplay 
4 Adele 
5 Justin Bieber 
6 Twenty One Pilots 
7 Beyoncé 
8 Rihanna 
9 Prince 
10 The Weeknd 
(source: IFPI) 

The independently verified IFPI Global Recording Artist chart includes sales of albums – across digital, CD and vinyl formats; singles, both downloaded and physical; and on-demand audio streams and music videos across the calendar year. 
The chart includes all the music of each artist featured, not just one track or album. It uses album equivalent units to combine measurements of downloads, physical sales and streams. 
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For further information
please contact John Blewett 
Tel. +44 (0)20 7878 7939 
Email: john.blewett@ifpi.org
 

Notes to editors

BDO LLP has independently verified that IFPI has compiled the IFPI Global Recording Artist Chart correctly in line with certain agreed upon procedures. 

About IFPI
 
IFPI is the organisation that promotes the interests of the international recording industry worldwide. Its membership comprises some 1,300 major and independent companies in 62 countries. It also has affiliated industry national groups in 57 countries. IFPI’s mission is to promote the value of recorded music, safeguard the rights of record producers and expand the commercial uses of recorded music in all markets where its members operate. 

Published in Nyheter(Forsiden)
 |  mandag, 30 januar 2017 10:05

Lørdag 28. januar 2017 gikk Spellemann 2016 av stabelen som et todelt arrangement. Prisutdeling av alle de sjangeravhengige prisene var på Sentralen, showet med flere opptredener og utdeling av de sjangerfrie prisene var på Sentrum Scene.

Prisutdelingen på Sentralen leverte også fine opptredener av Frida ÅnnevikGjermund Larsen Trio og Nils Bech. Under showet på Sentrum Scene var det flere opptredener. Her var HighasakiteFreddy KalasNora CollectiveJulie BerganDarling West og Astrid S som fikk avslutte showet.

Årets Spellemann gikk til Marcus & Martinus som med det ble de yngste mottakerne av denne prisen. Hedersprisen gikk til Arve Tellefsen for lang og tro tjeneste.

Se Marcus & Martinus motta Årets Spellemann her.

Se alle vinnere her.

Published in Nyheter(Forsiden)
 |  mandag, 16 januar 2017 10:32

2016 har vært et bra år for norske artister med blant annet hitkometen Alan Walker som topper singellista 2016, samt popkongene Marcus & Martinus som på albumlista 2016 bare er forbigått av Drake. Alan Walker er også nr. to på lista over de 100 mest radiospilte låtene 2016, bare slått av Adele.


Singellista
Singellista toppes av Alan Walker med låten "Faded". Hans andre singel "Sing Me To Sleep" gjorde det også bra i 2016 og endte til slutt som nr. 6 på singellista for året 2016. Alan Walker er med "Faded" nominert til Spellemann 2016 for Årets Låt
Høyt oppe på singellista 2016 finner vi andre norske artister som Freddy Kalas med "Jovial" og "Feel Da Rush", Julie Bergan med "Arigato", Astrid S med "Hurts So Good" og Ina Wroldsen i samarbeid med Broiler på låten "Lay It On Me". Sterke artister som også gjør det bra utenfor landegrensene.

Se hele singellista topp100 her: 100Singler2016

Albumlista
På toppen av albumlista finner vi kanadieren Drake med albumet "Views". "Views" fikk gode kritikker da det ble sluppet i april 2016.
De norske artistene har gjort det bra også på albumlista 2016. Marcus & Martinus som i tillegg til Norge gjør det stort i Sverige, Danmark og Finland, har kapret 2. plassen med albumet "Hei", utgitt i 2015. De er også å finne på 28. plass med sitt første engelskspråklige album "Together", utgitt i 2016.

Se Marcus & Martinus takker fansen etter god plassering i 2015: Marcus & Martinus

Forutenom Marcus & Martinus finner vi andre sterke norske artister på Topp20 som Kygo med "Cloud Nine", Tix med "Dømt og berømt", Aurora med "All My Demons Greeting Me As a Friend" og Highasakite med "Camp Echo".

Se hele albumlista topp100 her: 100album2016

Radiolista
Årslista over hva som er spilt på radiokanalene rundt omkring i landet, toppes av britiske Adele med låten "Hello". Som en god nr. 2 dukker igjen Alan Walkers låt "Faded" opp. Alan Walker er mye spilt på radio og dukker igjen opp på 6. plass med "Sing Me To Sleep".
Highasakite er også her høyt oppe med "Golden Ticket". Matoma er godt representert med "False Alarm" - i samarbeid med Becky Hill - og "Running Out" - i samarbeid med Astrid S.
Andre norske artister som hevder seg med mye radiospilling er Aurora, Kygo, Astrid S, Sonny Alven og SeeB.

Se hele radiolista topp100 her: 100radio2016

Bakgrunn for listene
Singellista topp100 er listen over de 100 mest streamede og nedlastede tracks. Fysisk salg inkluderes også, men det finnes så og si ikke fysisk salg av singler i Norge lenger.
Albumlista topp100 er listen over de 100 mest solgte albumene. Her inkluderers fysisk salg, nedlasting og streaming.
Radiolistene er utarbeidet av RadioMonitor som monitorerer radiokanalene i Norge.

 

Published in 2016
 |  mandag, 09 januar 2017 13:55

Norges offisielle salgslister for desember 2016: Kurt Nilsen & KORK gir oss julestemning, og toppet i desember albumlista. Alan Walker klarte det igjen med singel nr. 3 og topper singellista med sin nyeste låt "Alone" hvor han har med seg svenske Noonie Bao - som tidligere har vært med på Aviciis "I Could Be the One".
Se de fulle listene her: singel / album

Published in 2016
 |  onsdag, 07 desember 2016 11:27

Norges offisielle salgslister for november 2016: Singellista toppes av The Weeknd i samarbeid med Daft Punk, med norske SeeB på en god andreplass. Albumlista toppes av Marcus & Martinus med deres nye utgivelse: Together. Se topp 40 her: singel / album

(Pressemelding London 30.11.16) 

  • US$4.5 billion – record labels’ global investment in A&R and marketing in 2015
  • 27% - share of record company revenues invested in A&R and marketing
  • US$0.5 – $2 million – typical cost to break worldwide-signed artist in major market

To visit the microsite please click here

To download the full report please click here

London, 30th November 2016 – Record companies remain the largest investors in music, providing more than US$4.5 billion for “Artists & Repertoire” (A&R) and marketing in 2015, according to a new report published today by IFPI, representing the recording industry worldwide, in association with the World Independent Network (WIN), representing independent labels internationally.

Investing in Music details record companies’ global investment in discovering, nurturing and promoting artists and their music.  The report highlights the extensive ‘behind the scenes’ work performed by teams of professionals at record companies supporting these efforts.

Jointly introducing the report, Frances Moore, Chief Executive of IFPI and Alison Wenham, CEO of WIN, said:  “Investing in Music highlights not just record companies’ financial investment in artists, but also the enduring value they bring to artists’ careers.  In the digital world, the nature of their work has evolved, but their core mission remains the same: discovering and breaking new artists, building their careers and bringing the best new music to fans.  These are the defining qualities of record companies’ investment in music.”

Key data highlights from the report include:

  • Record companies invest 27% of revenues back into A&R and marketing – this is the work of discovering, nurturing and promoting artists. Investment in A&R and marketing totalled US$4.5 billion in 2015. Companies sustained this level of annual investment even as the industry weathered two decades of revenue decline.
  • Of that 27%, record companies invest 16.9% of revenues in A&R – this is a higher proportion than the equivalent research and development (R&D) investment ratio of all the leading sectors included in EU Industrial R&D Investment Scoreboard 2015.
  • A major international signing will cost between US$0.5 million and US$2 million to break in a major market such as the US or UK – including investment in everything from artist advances to recording costs, videos, tour support, and marketing and promotion.
  • Music companies also invest, along with distributors, in developing the infrastructure of the digital market, servicing more than 360 digital music sites globally with more than 40 million tracks.

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For further information please contact Adrian Strain (Adrian.Strain@ifpi.org) or John Blewett (John.Blewett@ifpi.org)

Tel.  +44 (0)20 7878 7935

Notes to editors:

To visit the microsite please click here:

http://investinginmusic.ifpi.org/

The download the full report, please click here:

http://investinginmusic.ifpi.org/report/ifpi-iim-report-2016.pdf

About IFPI

IFPI is the organisation that promotes the interests of the international recording industry worldwide. Its membership comprises some 1,300 major and independent companies in 60 countries. It also has affiliated industry national groups in 57 countries.  IFPI’s mission is to promote the value of recorded music, campaign for the rights of record producers and expand the commercial uses of recorded music in all markets where its members operate.

About WIN

The Worldwide Independent Music Industry Network (WIN) is a global forum for the professional independent music industry. It was launched in 2006 in response to business, creative and market access issues faced by the independent sector everywhere. For independent music companies and their national trade associations worldwide, WIN is a collective voice. It also acts as an advocate, instigator and facilitator for its membership.

Published in 2016
 |  mandag, 14 november 2016 09:44

Norges offisielle salgslister: Tix er best av de norske artistene med en 5. plass på singellista og en 3. plass på albumlista. Se hele topp40 her: Singel topp40 / Album topp 40

Published in Nyheter(Forsiden)
 |  tirsdag, 26 april 2016 14:33

De fem nominerte til Eksportprisen 2015 er nå klare. Eksportprisen er et samarbeid mellom Spellemann og Music Norway og er nytt av året. Les om prisen og de nominerte her: Eksportprisen 2015

Published in Nyheter(Forsiden)
 |  tirsdag, 12 april 2016 15:10

(Pressemelding London 12.4.2016) 

Global music revenues increase 3.2% as digital revenues overtake physical for the first time 

Digital revenues contribute 45 per cent of industry revenues; overtake physical’s 39 per cent share 
Streaming revenues up 45.2 per cent, helping to drive 3.2 per cent global growth 
Music consumption is exploding globally, but the “value gap” is the biggest brake on sustainable revenue growth for artists and record labels 



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