Effect of Music on the Contemporary Political Economy

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Effect of Music on the Contemporary Political Economy
Question 24: This essay will research the effect that music has on the contemporary political economy. In this case of music, the political economy is more the manipulator than the other way around. The key player in this mutual but uneven metamorphosis is the internet, which has reshaped the music industry, while musicians seem to be involved in a sort of civil war with regard to the best way to sell music in this Internet Age.
Like all artists, musicians are the sort of professionals whose grasp of their craft is better than their business comprehension. Nonetheless, popular music became big business with acts like Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra selling millions of records in the...
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