The most performed R&B and hip-jump melodies in the BMI collection were granted at the 2021 BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards, perceiving the top musicians, makers and music distributers of the earlier year. Held basically across all BMI advanced and social channels, marquee classes included tune, lyricist, maker and distributer of the year.
“Say as much” composed and performed by Doja Cat and co-composed by Lydia Asrat, brought home tune of the year respects. The triple-platinum affirmed single likewise got Grammy assignments for record of the year and best pop independent execution.
Roddy Ricch was named musician of the year for credits on five of BMI’s 35 most-performed Hip-Hop/R&B melodies of the earlier year. The rapper’s “The Box” went through 11 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and turned into the rapper’s most noteworthy graphing melody to date. Provisions on DaBaby’s “Rockstar,” Pop Smoke’s “The Woo,” and Mustard’s “Ballin'” and “High Fashion” all arrived in the best 20 on Billboard’s Hot 100.사이트순위
Kobalt Music Publishing was granted distributer of the year for its portrayal in 19 of BMI’s most noteworthy performing R&B/Hip-Hop melodies of 2020 including Drake and Lil Durk’s “Chuckle Now Cry Later” and Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage.” Of the success, Kobalt’s Jill Tschogl (VP, inventive) and Cee Barrett (chief, innovative) shared: “Kobalt lyricists characterized the absolute most significant tunes of 2021.
Is inconceivably remunerating that a significant number of these tunes were brought into the world during the pandemic, which addresses our journalists’ capacity to adjust and make incredible music in wild occasions. Congrats to every one of our brilliantly gifted musicians just as to our determinedly persevering Kobalt staff all throughout the planet. What’s more, our most profound on account of BMI for the renowned honor.”