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

Post Malone has shattered Apple Music’s single week streaming record with over 25 million streams of his new single “Rockstar” feat. 21 Savage. The previous record holder for worldwide single week streams was “I’m the One” by DJ Khaled. – via The Verge

Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” has overtaken Drake’s “One Dance” as Spotify’s most-streamed track ever with almost 1.32bn plays. – via Billboard

Ed Sheeran is said to net £75m from his US stadium tour next year. – via Contact Music

Macklemore to perform gay rights anthem ‘Same Love’ at the NRL grand final – via The Brag

Who Built The Moon?, the third album from Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, will be distributed and marketed by Universal Music Group in more than 150 territories around the world. – via MBW

YouTube’s new ad tech automatically personalizes ads, can now target using Google Maps, app install data – via TechCrunch

Round Hill, which has been involved in exclusive negotiations to buy Carlin America after submitting the winning bid in an auction, has signed a letter of intent to buy the publisher for $245m. – via Billboard

Jennifer Lopez Donates $1 Million to Puerto Rico in the Wake of Hurricane Maria – via Vulture

Instagram now has 800 million monthly and 500 million daily active users – via TechCrunch

SiriusXM has completed its previously outlined $480m strategic investment in Pandora. – via Billboard

The O2 Arena‘s partnership with StubHub has been criticised after fans were turned away from a Foo Fighters concert last week. – via BBC

Florian Drucke, Managing Director of the German Music Industry Association, will represent Germany’s music industry on an international level at the Mainboard of IFPI. – via IFPI

Twitter pledges to update public policies after Trump threatens North Korea – via The Verge

Eddie Vedder Blasts Trump for Putting America at Risk of Being Blasted by North Korea – via Vulture

Eventbrite Improves Direct To Fan Ticket Sales on Facebook, BandsInTown with Braintree Partnership – via Hypebot