‘Baby Shark’ is being turned into a cereal, doo doo doo doo doo doo

(CNN)Parents who thought they’d heard the last of toddler anthem “Baby Shark” are out of luck. It will be available in Sam’s Club on August 17 while supplies last. Walmart will also carry the cereal in late September, Kellogg said in a statement to CNN. The song is also being transformed into an animated series for Nickelodeon, a rep for the network told CNN. The tune quickly soared in popularity after it launched on YouTube in November 2015 and has since garnered more than 3 billion YouTube views. CORRECTION: This story has been updated to correct the number of times “Baby Shark” has been viewed on YouTube. Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

When it comes to artists losing the rights to their songs, Taylor Swift is hardly alone

(CNN)Taylor Swift may feel that she’s been burned, but she’s far from the only one. The conflict between artists and commerce is an ancient one, and superstars such as Paul McCartney and Prince have felt its sting. Musicians sign record deals with labels, allowing the record company rights to their recordings, according to AWAL, a service that helps independent artists. The artist receives a cash advance to record an album and can receive royalties after it’s released. But deals often come with strings attached. Artists can be prohibited from releasing music with other labels, and the labels own full rights to the master recordings, which are the key asset. The original recording, or master recording, is the one from which …