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New York, Soon you might be watching music videos in your Facebook news feed.

According to the media reports, Facebook is trying to set up deals with major record companies to put music videos in news feed.

Facebook_like_thumbFacebook has held preliminary discussions with multiple labels over the past few weeks, and is looking to start inserting videos selected by record companies in the coming months.

The move is being seen as an attempt to capture a share of the market currently dominated by YouTube.

The social network reportedly plans to share ad revenue with labels, but terms of the deal have not yet been finalized.

According to some reports, Facebook is offering the same split in ad revenue that YouTube currently does, that is, with 45 percent going to the social network, and the rest to advertisers. However, other reports suggested that it was willing to offer better deals than YouTube. (IANS)

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Sunny Leone to Feature in a Canadian Producer’s Music Video

Mumbai, May 11 : Indo-Canadian actress Sunny Leone has joined forces with Canadian producer and DJ of Indian descent, UpsideDown, for the video of the song "Got it all".

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The music video has been executive produced by Urban Asian Music and promoted by 360 Worldwide.
Sunny Leone

Mumbai, May 11 : Indo-Canadian actress Sunny Leone has joined forces with Canadian producer and DJ of Indian descent, UpsideDown, for the video of the song “Got it all”.

It also features The PropheC, a Canadian singer-songwriter of Indian descent.

“We continue to push the boundaries of music by incorporating our culture and with the help of like-minded creatives. I’m grateful we are turning our dreams into reality,” UpsideDown, known for hits like Mickey Singh’s “Phone” and Jasmin Walia’s “Temple”, said in a statement.

UpsideDown and The PropheC take on the role of handymen in their music video who head to work at Sunny's mansion.
Sunny Leone with UpsideDown, BollywoodCountry

The PropheC believes UpsideDown has created his own lane in terms of production and “I am proud to be apart of it and continue to push our boundaries”.

UpsideDown and The PropheC take on the role of handymen in their music video who head to work at Sunny’s mansion.

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Sunny said: “UpsideDown and The PropheC were great to work with. It’s an exciting time for North American Punjabi music.”

The music video has been executive produced by Urban Asian Music and promoted by 360 Worldwide. (BollywoodCountry)

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