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

SXSW Grulke Prize winners are: The Lemon Twigs (Developing US Act), Jain (Developing Non-US Act) and Robyn Hitchcock (Career Act) – via Patch

Diddy’s Revolt TV Is Being Sued for Discrimination for Alleged ‘Animosity Towards Caucasians’ – via Vulture

LA-based Deckstar, which represents Blink-182 and Steve Aoki, is to come under the wing of the global sports, music and entertainment management company James Grant Group (JGG) as part of a multi-million dollar merger – via Billboard

Twitter is expanding the ways to live stream video on Periscope with  Periscope Producer API announced today. – via The Verge

Ed Sheeran’s Divide has topped one million album sales in the UK in just 16 days – via Billboard

Bandcamp Makes A Pitch To Indie Labels: “Our new advanced shipping features enables shipping from multiple sources to ensure that fans get the cheapest possible shipping rate according to their location” – via Hypebot

Ed Sheeran adds ‘No Scrubs’ writers Kandi & Tiny to ‘Shape Of You’ writing credits to avoid copyright infringement from sample – via NME

ASCAP Names New Board Of Directors – via Hypebot

Stationhead is an iPhone app that lets anyone sign in to their Spotify account, then pick songs for your own radio station that broadcasts round the clock to the world. – via MusicAlly

Pink Floyd to release near 15-minute version of song Interstellar Overdrive not heard since it was recorded in 1966 – via Mirror

Mariah Carey‘s All I Want for Christmas Is You is becoming a movie – via The Verge

Neighbours stars react to Adele‘s surprise visit with video – via Digital Spy

HMV going out of business, won’t honour gift cards in Canada – via CTV

Spotify Says It Can’t Find The Owners of 217,112 Songs – via Hypebot

Ed Sheeran has written “seven or eight” tracks for other artists due for release this year. – via Rapid City Journal