CeeLo Green wants to see TikTok and Universal Music Group work things out after a nasty split earlier this week … but thinks if artists are getting screwed over, then the divorce should stay in place!!!
We got the Goodie Mob rapper’s thoughts on the explosive TikTok/UMG divorce at LAX on Friday … CeeLo’s been partnered with UMG for years and tells us he’s totally a team player, but wants to see artists on ALL labels get their just due.
UMG’s roster spirals across multi-subsidiaries … music from Taylor Swift, Drake, The Weeknd, Ice Spice, Olivia Rodrigo, and of course, CeeLo have been pulled from the social media tycoon … and fans are having a field day poking fun at the void it’s left on the app.
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CG didn’t have much advice for the signed artists whose music is still on TikTok … sounds like that territory is up for the taking.
He’s advocating for a fair deal for all parties … a wish still un-granted going into 2024 Grammy weekend.
Universal accused TikTok of skating around the current market share for royalties — which TikTok claimed was elaborate language for being greedy.
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