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Setlist: Lil Nas X’s Satan Shoes recalled back to Hell

By and | Published on Monday 12 April 2021

Satan Shoes

CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including a legal settlement that will see 666 pairs of Nike trainers that were turned – without the sportswear brand’s permission – into Lil Nas X’s Satan Shoes recalled, plus the merger of Scooter Braun’s Ithaca Holdings with the South Korean music company formerly known as Big Hit Entertainment, HYBE.

SECTION TIMES
01: Satan Shoes (00:06:41)
02: HYBE and Ithaca (00:21:13)
(Timings may be slightly different due to adverts)

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STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK
Nike launches lawsuit over Lil Nas X’s Satan Shoes
Satan Shoes maker responds to Nike lawsuit – it’s all just “conceptual art”
Nike and MSCHF reach settlement over Lil Nas X’s Satan Shoes
BTS and Bieber among the artists welcoming the big HYBE Ithaca merger
HYBE x Ithaca Holdings deal announcement video (YouTube)

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Sufjan Stevens announces five volume album (Pitchfork)
South Korean politician suggests BTS members should be offered “special alternative” to mandatory military service (October 2020)
Korea Music Content Association files complaint about ‘unfair’ mandatory military deferment (Korea Joongang Daily)
Scooter Braun acquires Big Machine in Taylor Swift’s “worst case scenario” (July 2019)
Taylor Swift planning to re-record old songs to spite former label (August 2019)
Scooter Braun sells Taylor Swift’s first six albums to private equity firm for $300 million (November 2020)
Universal and Big Hit widen partnership, set to launch “global” K-pop group (February 2021)

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