Here’s all the music industry news you need to know this morning.

Madonna Wants Sale of Tupac Prison Letter Blocked, Claims It Was Stolen From Her Home – via Vulture

The Nielsen numbers are in, and hip-hop and R&B now make up just over a quarter of America’s music consumption. – via Pigeons and Planes

Amy Wheatley has been appointed General Manager of Ministry of Sound Recordings. She was previously Head of UK Marketing at Three Six Zero. – via RotD

Downtown Music Publishing Promotes Andrew Sparkler SVP Biz Dev – via Hypebot

New EDM documentary ‘Kygo: Stole the Show’ coming to Apple Music on July 26 – via AppleInsider

Universal Music Hires Sony Veteran Adam Granite to EVP, Market Development – via Billboard

Over a million tickets for Ed Sheeran’s stadium tour of England, Scotland and Wales next year have been sold in just 10 days. – via RotD

BuzzFeed Could Face Serious Litigation After R. Kelly Accusations – via Digital Music News

Apple updates Logic Pro X with more Drummer options, Alchemy enhancements – via AppleInsider

With Congress set to address pre-1972 copyright laws, labels are lining up against SiriusXM – with the two sides preparing to battle over billions. – via Billboard

The Preatures, Bag Raiders, Claptone, George Maple, Running Touch, Cub Sport, Lovebirds, Nora En Pure, Big Words and London Topaz to perform at Grapevine at Rochford Winery on November 25th, 2017. – via Facebook

Google Home now has an Australian accent – via Mashable

Quincy Jones is expected to take the stand this week in his case against the Michael Jackson estate as the producer seeks millions of dollars in royalties for his contributions. – via Billboard

INgrooves Music Group hires David Lessoff and Dave Roberge in senior roles – via MBW

British virtual-reality startup MelodyVR has completed its set of major-label licensing deals and could launch later this year or early 2018. – via MusicAlly

Mel B has been ordered by a divorce judge to limit her spending to £39,000-a-month – via Metro