The leading provider is iTunes Store (Apple Inc.), who surpassed Wal-Mart to become the US's largest music retailer in April 2008. Jones continued her success with her second album becoming the biggest selling album in one week with 1,900,000 million copies sold, going on to release two more bestselling albums in the 2000s, and having 3 albums debut in the Billboard 200 and winning eight Grammys with her debut album and 12 Grammys in total during the decade. Examples of such studies include three papers published in the April 2006 issue of the Journal of Law and Economics (Liebowitz, Rob and Waldfogel, Zentner). Bill Carr, vice president of digital media for mentioned the following of digital music "one of the great benefits of the digital business versus the CD business is that we can experiment with price changes for an hour, a day or however long we like, with no impact on inventory".[32]. His album The Evolution of Robin Thicke went on to be certified platinum by the RIAA. Mi Lu Bing was a three-piece band which had originally started out playing for worship in their church, but later would release secular-themed albums and songs, including their opening and ending theme songs to 2007 local television serial, The Golden Path. In 2009 she received several New Zealand Music Awards and ARIA music awards and was nominated for a BRIT award in 2010. Electro house artists such as Benny Benassi, Bob Sinclar and MSTRKRFT gained popularity in clubs around the world. ". The model is widespread as seen by the success of AOL Music, Yahoo! Though the Los Ange… One of the most successful new artists of the decade was Carrie Underwood. In the 21st century, consumers spent far less money on recorded music than they had in 1990s, in all formats. Her final tour in 2008/09 was Sticky and Sweet Tour which become the highest grossing female tour and the highest grossing solo tour of all-time making $408 million in 85 shows. The crossword clue possible answer is available in 3 letters.This answers first letter of which starts with B and can be found at the end of I. Recording artists began to rely primarily on live performances and merchandise for their income, which in turn made them more dependent on music promoters such as Live Nation (which dominates tour promotion and owns a large number of music venues. And it created a public-relations disaster for the industry, whose lawsuits targeted, among others, several single mothers, a dead person and a 13-year-old girl. By the end of the decade this sound began to decline in popularity as well as the dance-crazes that came along with them, as pioneer hip hop artists and hip hop purists such as Ice-T and Nas denouncing the crunk and snap craze, with Nas's 2006 song "Hip Hop Is Dead" brought dislike to the new path hip hop was directing. On 19 December 2008, The Wall Street Journal reported the following:[27]. By. [103][104] M.I.A., a British-born Sri Lankan electronic artist incorporates Bollywood songs in her music. She scored a big hit with, "Be Without You", which peaked at #3 on the Hot 100. 00:02. [16][17][18] These bands took post-grunge into the 21st century with considerable commercial success, at times abandoning the angst and anger of the original movement for more conventional anthems, narratives, ballads and romantic songs. Another great impact to this decade was the ongoing development of the internet and user-friendly media players, such as iTunes, and music and video sharing websites such as Napster and YouTube, respectively. In the 2000s, straight-ahead jazz continued to appeal to a core group of listeners. [29] Sector leaders include: Many hundreds more stores operate worldwide, often prominent only in particular countries or specialist genres. Many of these services offer multimedia or additional services. Gloria Trevi released her first studio album, Como Nace el Universo, in ten years in late 2004. The iTunes Music Store offered legal downloads beginning in 2003, and competitors soon followed, offering a variety of online music services, such as internet radio. The digital audio revolution that began in the 1980s taught the music industry that rapid technological development would quickly overhaul previously known limitations of the analog world. By 2003, records by boy bands were very sparse on the Billboard Hot 100, and some members of boy bands left to pursue other projects and solo endeavors, such as Jesse McCartney from Dream Street, Nick Lachey from 98 Degrees, and most successfully Justin Timberlake from 'N Sync, whose foray into Blue-eyed soul R&B/Pop spawned a successful solo career. Rock and roll, which exploded. She broke worldwide in 2003, a year after releasing her debut album Come Away With Me with 10 million copies sold in US and 20 million sold worldwide. Sun's compatriot, singer-songwriter-guitarist Tanya Chua, also enjoyed growing success during this period as a leading Mandopop artist. "George Jones: New country needs new name; 'They've stolen our identity,' Hall of Famer says of genre's new crop of stars". [105], One of the first of these was Taiwanese boyband F4, who with their first big hit "Meteor Rain",[106] from the album of the same name, established them as the dominant boyband of the first half of the decade. Some DAPs (digital audio players) are also referred to as portable media players as they have image-viewing and/or video-playing support. Many legendary country music figures died during the decade. After experiencing a dominant run of success throughout the 1990s, Mariah Carey experienced a commercial lull with Glitter and Charmbracelet, the first two albums she released in the 2000s. The advent of digital media has led to the sudden creation of many new music formats available to the average consumer. The most popular girl group of this period was S.H.E, comprising Selina Jen, Hebe Tien, and Ella Chen. His influence, like the music he produced, was slow and pervasive, but is … In Southeast Asia, especially Singapore and Indonesia, straight-ahead jazz saw a revival in the second half of the decade. The Indian music industry was previously dominated by the Filmi music of Bollywood for much of the late 20th century. Her 2000 eponymous debut album featured a remake of an old Hokkien pop song, Cloudy Day; and it earned her a Golden Melody Award for Best New Artist. The most successful Australian female artist, Kylie Minogue still had a huge presence on the Australian music scene with all four albums she released during the decade, with X being the last one, and charting at number one along with its lead single "2 Hearts" becoming her 10th Australian number 1 single. U2 continued their popularity into the 2000s, releasing three critically acclaimed albums, and were credited with influencing many prominent acts of the decade such as Coldplay and Muse. The iPod series, which grew to include microdrive and flash-based players, has become the market leader in DAPs. In the early 2000s, marketing on Korean drama and its OST as well as idols in oversea countries succeeded to grab their attention. In 2001 Michael Jackson, one of popular music's most successful artists of all-times, released his final studio album Invincible, though it did not receive a lot of exposure compared to previous releases. '1' album", "Naughtie Behavior | The Decade in Music", "Post-Grunge Music Genre Overview – AllMusic", "Post-Grunge: A History of Post-Grunge Rock", "Why Nirvana's 'Nevermind' spoke to a generation", "My Chemical Romance's Gerard Way Taps Another Nail Into 'Emo' Coffin", "Panic! Her debut album, The Fame (2008), reached number-one in Canada, Austria, Germany, United Kingdom and Ireland and topped the Billboard Top Electronic Albums chart. Currently, they have mixed relations with labels as evidenced by their icy relationship with Warner Music Group[39] but more optimistic relationship with Universal Music. [90] Other R&B singers include Pieter T and Vince Harder. British soul in the 2000s was dominated by female singers. This has given consumers unparalleled choice in music consumption and has opened up performers to niche markets to which they previously had little access. 1980s pop star Cyndi Lauper released several albums, experimenting with different styles, like adult contemporary, pop, pop rock, electronic music and blues. The 2000s saw record-breaking album sales and outrageous celebrity scandals, the births of exciting new technologies and the deaths of larger-than-life icons. "[53][54], The album's title-track, "All for You", debuted on the Hot 100 at number fourteen, the highest debut ever for a single that was not commercially available. The late 2000s (entering into the early 2010s) saw the revival and influence of synthpop music, also known as 'new urban' pop. When music sales reached their peak in 2000, Americans bought 943 million CD albums, and digital sales weren't even a blip on the radar. - In 2001 the record labels moved toward embracing the internet after tearing down Napster and for … 2000s - Vivendi Universal became the biggest music company in 2000 when Canal+ merged with Seagram. Also, in America Christina Aguilera released her third studio album with soul and jazz influences, Back To Basics in 2006. [9] Not everyone celebrated the success of artists such as Underwood and Swift, reflecting the continued discontent and debate over what constituted "real" country music, a debate that had been on and off since the 1970s. L. Brandle, "Young British talent gets fresh". 2001: DVD sales revenues first exceeded VHS videotape sales revenues. With the A la carte sales model… The band would reunite four years later. Her 2000 album I Do Believe[112] garnered a nomination for the Best New Artist at the Golden Melody Awards. Having been fairly static for an extended period of time, the sector seemed long overdue the ... With the steep decline in record sales in the early 2000s, though, several record labels began experimenting with vertical integration by helping promote tours They are known to consumers as "Download Stores". Other popular artists include, Aaradhna, Vince Harder, Anika Moa, Gin Wigmore, whose debut album Holy Smoke peaked at number one in New Zealand in 2009 and Ladyhawke, who achieved substantial international success following the release of her self-titled debut album in 2008, which peaked at number one in New Zealand and charted in the top twenty in Australia and the United Kingdom. It has also changed the music industry itself. [91][92] Four years later, Shakira released two album projects called Fijación Oral Vol. The music industry within the Middle East and Africa is international and diverse. Music industry just recorded its best growth in the 21st century. [citation needed]. [14], In the early 2000s, there was an astounding resurgence of interest[citation needed] in pop rock and power pop. The trend kicked off the brief musical careers of Ryan Cabrera, Ashley Parker Angel, Teddy Geiger, Evan and Jaron, The Click Five, Jet, and Snow Patrol Inexpensive recording hardware and software made it possible to create high quality music in a bedroom and distribute it over the internet to a worldwide audience. Sebastian's debut album Just as I Am debuted at number one on the ARIA Albums Chart and was certified six times platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA), becoming the highest selling album ever released by an Australian Idol contestant. Dance and eurodance singers and groups such as Kate Ryan, September, Alcazar, Basshunter, and Cascada become popular around the world during the 2000s. Such artist like Angelique Kidjo from Benin and Nigerian descent Sade gained major success. Today, the music industry in the United States faces its largest challenges to date. [102] Several Hollywood musical films such as Moulin Rouge! However, as The Economist reported, "paid digital downloads grew rapidly, but did not begin to make up for the loss of revenue from CDs. Other girl groups included Danity Kane (2005–09), Dream (2000-03), and Sugababes. Distinct regional differences also developed outside the hip hop/rap strongholds of the 1990s, New York City and Los Angeles. Spears' "Oops!...I Did It Again" and Aguilera's "Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)" became huge hits in the year 2000. In the 2000s, a majority of the music market is controlled by three major corporate labels: the French-owned Universal Music Group, the Japanese-owned Sony Music Entertainment, and the US-owned Warner … Other hits include Aaron Carter's cover of Bow Wow Wow's "I Want Candy", and Britney Spears' covers of "My Prerogative" and "I Love Rock 'n' Roll". In other parts of Asia, including India, Indian pop music, closely linked to Bollywood films and filmi music, was popular alongside Western pop music. A Brief History of the Music Industry over the Last 10 Years. Technology in the 2000's Timeline created by BS3138. In July 2002, Apple introduced the second generation update to the iPod. In American culture, various styles of the late 20th century remained popular, such as in rock, pop, metal, hip hop, R&B, EDM, country and indie. [100], During the early 2000s, Lynda Thomas had notable success as an alternative rock act around the world, including the US Latin market, a success carried over since the 1990s, first as a eurodance act; she scored successful rock singles in 2000 and 2001 including "A Mil por Hora", Lo Mejor de Mi and Estoy Viva. By the end of the decade, a fusion between hip hop and electronic dance similar to the Freestyle music of the late 1980s and early 1990s, known as Hip House and Electrohop also grew successful.[5]. It didn’t, you just subjectively like earlier music. In 2005, Cher ended her 3-year-long "Farewell Tour" which became the highest grossing female and solo tour at that time. By 2004, reggaeton would become a staple in music with acts such as Don Omar, Daddy Yankee, Ivy Queen and Wisin & Yandel. Pop rock artist Pink, who would go on to be one of the biggest pop singers of the 2000s, released her debut album Can't Take Me Home in 2000, her second studio album Missundaztood, and later, her I'm Not Dead album in which features "Stupid Girls" and "Who Knew". "Family Portrait" got up to number 20, debuting on November 16, 2002.[41]. spanned successful careers throughout most of the decade, while 1990s act Spice Girls announced their breakup in 2001 and later reformed in 2007. Music is essentially free to users essentially costing only the time it takes to post information about the artist downloaded on Facebook, Twitter, or email. [citation needed] Crush fared best,[citation needed] going double platinum, and spawning the hit "It's My Life", while Have a Nice Day and Lost Highway also launched Top 40 singles,[citation needed] went platinum, and saw the band mix hard rock with country. ", "The decade in music: Sales slide, pirates, digital rise", "POP REVIEW; Pearl Jam, Progressive As Always", "Decade's best: Eminem tops in sales; Beatles get No. [93] From October–November 2009 Shakira released her latest album She Wolf worldwide. The Re-Invention Tour which grossed $125 million in just 56 shows making it the highest grossing of 2004, The Confessions Tour went on to gross over $190 million in 60 shows becoming the highest-grossing tour by a female ever. Beyoncé, Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland, better known as Destiny's Child is the most successful female R&B group of all time, selling over 50 million records worldwide during the 2000s. Later in the decade, the term 'emo' was applied by critics and journalists to a variety of artists, including multi-platinum acts such as Fall Out Boy[21] and My Chemical Romance[22] and disparate groups such as Paramore[21] and Panic! In the first decade of the 21st century, the rise of computers as the primary means to record, distribute, store, and play music caused widespread economic changes in the music industry, fundamentally changing the relationships between artists, record companies, promoters, retail music stores, the technology industry, and consumers. American indie/rock band The Killers also became very popular in Britain with their singles "Mr. Brightside", "When You Were Young" and "Smile Like You Mean It". Mar 4, 2000. Sites like and are examples of sites that sponsor artists and allow users to download music in exchange for advertising for the artist. Spears' 2001 album Britney and Aguilera's 2002 album Stripped are examples of teen pop artists transitioning from teen pop to more grown-up, modern R&B influenced records. Well-established jazz musicians, such as Dave Brubeck, Wynton Marsalis, Sonny Rollins, Wayne Shorter and Jessica Williams, continue to perform and record. For example, MySpace (owned by Fox Interactive Media) offers social-networking as its flagship service. Justin Timberlake shot to stardom with his debut solo album, Justified (2002). 1 with Perhaps 300,000", "Billboard Bits: AMAs, They Might Be Giants, Ricky Scaggs", "Janet Reigns Supreme On Billboard Charts", "Janet Jackson dévoile la vidéo de "Make Me, "Top 100 Music Hits, Top 100 Music Charts, Top 100 Songs & The Hot 100", RIAA Tallies the Decade's Top Gold and Platinum award Winners, "Usher's 'Confessions' Album Hits 10 Million in U.S. Nov 19, 2007. As the technology of computers and internet sharing developed, a variety of those genres started to fuse in order to see new styles emerging. Other female pop rock and power pop artists who experienced Top 40 success in the 2000s included Alanis Morissette, Liz Phair, Ashlee Simpson, and Stacie Orrico. Hip hop music achieved mainstream status after the 1990s and the deaths of many prominent artists such as 2Pac and The Notorious B.I.G. At the other extreme, record companies also used simple manufacturing and distribution deals, which gives a higher percentage to the artist, but does not cover the expense of marketing and promotion. In 2009, legendary country music artist George Jones proclaimed that "they've (the new artists) stolen our identity. Alicia Keys is considered the most successful R&B singer of the decade with 30 million records sold worldwide. Digital music distribution is still the primary form of music … A subscription service offers the consumer unlimited downloads for a monthly fee. Beginning in 2004, this subgenre combining elements of merengue, rap, and reggaeton would be popularized by Dominican acts such as Omega, Silvio Mora, El Sujeto, and Tito Swing. Post-grunge continued to be popular in the 2000s, with the genre reaching its peak in the early years of the decade. Total revenues for CDs, vinyl, cassettes and digital downloads in the U.S. dropped from a high of $14.6 billion in 1999 to $9 billion in 2008. The genre saw the rise of new front-runners like Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood and Miley Cyrus, who were able to score top hits on all-genre Billboard charts, apart from the country charts, by appealing to a wider audience outside the genre. [25][26][27][28] Because the bands came from across the globe, cited diverse influences (from traditional blues, through new wave to grunge), and adopted differing styles of dress, their unity as a genre has been disputed. First the decline of album sales. In the second half of the decade, straight-ahead jazz saw a surge of popularity in Asia, in particular after the release in 2006 of the debut album, Let Me Sing!, from 15-year-old Indonesian jazz virtuoso Nathan Hartono. The second-wave bands dominated the pop punk genre in the early years with bands like Good Charlotte, New Found Glory, Simple Plan and Sum 41 receiving platinum status and gaining large fan bases worldwide. Throughout the 2000s decade, R&B and soul music had become more popular in Australia and New Zealand. As a kind of backlash, ambient, Chillout music achieved mainstream popularity in the early 2000s, with a successful market of chillout compilations and the genre even making it into television commercials and soundtracks. Her following album, Funhouse, released in 2008 also included "So What" and "Sober". [32] Social networking sites such as MySpace and Purevolume enabled amateur artists to promote their music, and thanks to the internet, many underground unsigned artists become discovered and well known amongst alternative subcultures. The album produced five top five singles in the United States, including three number-one hits on the US Billboard Hot 100, London Bridge, Big Girls Don't Cry, and Glamorous, as well as the number two single Fergalicious and the number five single Clumsy. At the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards, Swift became the first country artist in history to win a VMA award, with "You Belong With Me". British Indie rock and indie pop returned to popularity in the mid-late 2000s with artists such as Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand, Belle and Sebastian, Amy Winehouse, Kaiser Chiefs, Keane, The Libertines, Editors, Lily Allen, Kate Nash, Florence And The Machine, and The Ting Tings achieving substantial chart success. In the commercial world, "the recording industry"—a reference to recording performances of songs and pieces and selling the recordings–began to be used as a loose synonym for "the music industry". In New Zealand, R&B/soul groups Adeaze and Nesian Mystik have enjoyed success throughout their careers. In order to benefit from all of an artist's income streams, record companies began to rely on the "360 deal", a new business relationship pioneered by Robbie Williams and EMI in 2007. This failed to slow the decline in revenue and was a public relations disaster. In early until middle of 2000s, most popular music genre in Indonesia is pop and pop rock music. Will Sasso makes a cameo in the video, coining the band as "The Sums". On the consumer end, cassettes gave way to CDs and eventually MP3 files and CD-Rs burned on personal computers. [71] Songs such as "Murder on Music Row" (by George Strait and Alan Jackson) and "Too Country" (by Brad Paisley) gained widespread acceptance and radio airplay, despite criticism in the lyrics over the eschewing of traditional sounds by radio programmers. Pandora Internet Radio is distinctive from both YouTube and MySpace in that it offers consumers continuously streaming media rather than non-continuous music, which makes it highly similar to terrestrial radio or television. [24], In the early 2000s, a new group of bands emerged into the mainstream which drew primary inspiration from post-punk and new wave and were variously characterised as part of a garage rock, post-punk or new wave revival. [5], The turmoil in the industry changed the balance of power among all the various players. Each page will be populated with the most popular content on the site related to that category. boho), as well as the fashions of numerous music-based subcultures. The record industry has seen a lot of change over the years. Bubblegum pop remains popular during the entire decade. [33] Franz Ferdinand from Scotland, also became popular with their debut album in 2004. She shares a record with Britney Spears, being the only two female singers to have their first four albums debuting in first place in the chart Billboard Hot 200. A new strain of boy bands, such as V Factory, Varsity Fanclub, Click Five, NLT, and the Jonas Brothers, emerged at the end of the decade, but this new generation of boy bands did not reach the glamor and success of those of the 1990s and early 2000s. Any small musician, looking to make it big, can get his music in the iTunes store, and theoretically propel himself to stardom. 2000s – Undergraduate Alumni A lost alumnus or alumna is one for whom we have no valid mailing address. [35] They were christened by the media as the "The" bands, and dubbed "The saviours of rock 'n' roll", because of their connections with the indie rock underground, leading to accusations of hype. 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