Posted October 08, 2018 09:00:57The “Music” category has long been a popular way to find music.

That’s because the term encompasses a wide range of genres, from country and soul to jazz and jazz fusion, hip hop, and even a new generation of pop songs.

Now, the category has seen a major shift.

In the past, many of the songs you might have heard on Pandora or Spotify had the category in the title.

But as more and more of the music you hear on Pandora and Spotify comes from outside the United States, the labels are scrambling to find new ways to sell their content.

That includes the major labels, who are trying to broaden their reach and build up a following for their music.

The move to add a new category comes as the major record labels struggle to figure out how to monetize music and how to get people to pay for it.

“The Music” category, as it’s called, is part of the label’s new approach to monetizing its content, according to an email sent to music industry players on Wednesday by Sony Music.

The email outlines the changes, which were made to the category’s name to make it more easily searchable and easily distinguishable from the other categories, like “Playlist” or “Top 10” that can be created for specific artists or albums.

For instance, “Top Ten” now only includes songs by artists that have more than 50,000 subscribers.

Additionally, “playlist” will be removed from the label title.

The new name will remain for the foreseeable future.

It will also be replaced with a new title for the category: “Music.”

The new category will be a part of an expanded Music section that will debut in 2018.

The change to the label category name comes at a time when major labels are struggling to figure a way to get their content to new fans.

The music industry is experiencing an unprecedented shift.

The biggest changes to music content are happening in the digital realm, with streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal opening up new revenue streams for artists.

That means new opportunities are opening up for labels, which are looking to monetise the vast majority of their music revenue.

The most popular category in music in the United Kingdom, the “Top 40,” is now a separate entity from the “TOP 10” and “Top 20” categories.

That change has resulted in the rise of artists like Drake, the R&B singer, who has recorded music under the alias “DJ Fresh.”

In the U.K., labels are also looking to expand their reach by introducing new genres to their catalogue.

In 2020, artists are expected to debut new songs and albums in genres like indie rock, jazz, hip-hop, and funk.

“What I’m seeing is that the labels want to have more choice in terms of genres that they’re going to release their music in,” said Ryan Whelan, a music industry analyst at Wedbush Securities.

“And the more they can expand that, the more people will like it.”

Some artists are trying new things to make their music appealing to people outside the U, too.

In 2016, the pop group the Lumineers, who were based in the U., released a single with a song that was a collaboration with Justin Bieber, and included lyrics from the singer.

“We were able to use a song from Justin Bieber to create a really good pop song that had a little bit of an indie feel to it, but also the vibe of Justin Bieber,” singer-guitarist Andrew Bayer said at the time.

The track “One of the Best Songs Ever” reached number one on the U