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

YouTube Ad Debacle Continues: Creators Concerned About Falling Payments, Vevo says: “We’re Safe!” – via Hypebot

Keith Urban lead the nominations at the 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards which are underway in Las Vegas – via Courier Mail

Hacked New York Post App Sends Out Nirvana Lyrics, ‘Heil President’ Alert – via Billboard

A nudge from Ed Sheeran’s mentor, Elton John, was needed to properly push Sheeran out of public view in 2016. – via Vulture

Drake‘s ‘More Life’ Tops Billboard 200 Chart For Second Week – via Billboard

Watch Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder sing a jingle for the Chicago Cubs – via NME

Apple considering selling ‘premium’ TV bundle with HBO, Starz & Showtime – via Apple Insider

Juno Awards 2017 Winners: The Tragically Hip, Leonard Cohen, Alessia Cara & More – via Billboard

In Hearts Wake Announce 2017 National Tour, Drop New Song ‘Warcry’ – via In Hearts Wake

Enrique Iglesias‘ ‘Bailando’ Reaches 2 Billions Views on YouTube – via Billboard

SHAKAFEST 2017 announces Grinspoon, DZ Deathrays, Butterfingers for lineup – via Shakafest

Florida Georgia Line & Backstreet Boys Do ‘Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)’ at 2017 ACM Awards – via Billboard

‘Chameleon’, from Australian electronic group PNAU, has achieved double platinum certification this week – via Facebook