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June 6, 2014 3:52 PM

The ‘sound of money’: Country music embraces hip-hop

About a year and a half ago, as country superstar Blake Shelton was working on songs for his latest album, “Based on a True Story,” he reached out to John Esposito, the president of his label, Warner Bros. Nashville.

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