Not Just Huge Salaries Behind Dropping Of Big Names

The Herald Sun reports music labels have seeked to reduce costs at a time of slowing CD sales and growing music piracy, which was behind EMI’s decision to part ways with . The label could not take the risk of another expensive failure. Part of huge expense of Mariah was her many handlers, prompting a Virgin Records exec to say of her and other high profile acts that have recently been cut to say, “It’s not just the salary. There are all the add-ons, such as first-class travel and beauticians which many artists have become accustomed to.”

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