The battle over black country music is no longer about the stars.
The fight is about the songwriters and artists who wrote it.
The songwriters are the ones who have to pay the price of keeping the music alive.
And when the singers do, they can expect to get fired.
The Black Country Rap Music Association says there’s been an explosion in the number of stars whose albums have failed to chart.
The industry is also dealing with a surge in popularity among rappers who use their music to promote their own brands, but the industry is grappling with the fallout from their songwriting.
For years, the rap game has been a playground for stars like Beyoncé, and she and Jay-Z have long been favorites to be the next big thing in hip-hop.
Beyoncé is an artist with a history of pushing boundaries in her music, and her popularity with fans has grown as her catalog has expanded.
She’s also a superstar in the business, with her music making a fortune for her label, Warner Music Group.
Last year, Beyoncé earned $14 million from her record deal with Beyoncé Records, according to Forbes.
The record industry says that Beyoncé’s album sales have grown at a rate of 12.7 percent over the past year.
But many of her fellow rappers are struggling to make it.
Last fall, Beyonce’s album sold less than 1 percent of the Billboard 200, according the Billboard Music Industry Association.
Some rappers are even making less than that, according, to a recent report from Billboard.
The report said that rappers who are not in the Top 40 in the country were making less money than rappers who were in the top 10 in the chart.
In 2013, Billboard said that the country song chart, which measures the country’s biggest acts, is a more valuable indicator of popularity than the country chart.
“It is a much more valuable, more lucrative chart than the Top 20 chart,” said Joe Bongiovanni, president of the industry group.
“But the country has not been the only country chart to rise and fall in recent years.”
Billboard’s annual survey of the country music industry found that in 2013, country songs were still making up more than 50 percent of all the charts sold.
That number was up slightly from the year before, when they made up 42 percent.
Country albums are more valuable than any other category.
According to Billboard, country albums make up nearly 10 percent of songs sold in the U.S. and over 50 percent in other countries.
“Country music is still one of the most important and profitable genres of music in the world,” said Billboard president Jim Taylor in a statement.
“The continued growth of country music, especially in the United States, is due in large part to artists such as Beyoncé who are known for their innovative songwriting, lyrics and production techniques.
We have seen some of the best artists in the industry step up and be leaders in their fields by leading by example and doing it in a way that speaks to the heart and soul of the people that make this music.”
In the past, some of those artists have been paid for their music, which is how the RIAA was able to make a living.
But the industry has changed in recent decades, with the rise of social media, the rise in streaming services like Spotify, and even the emergence of new artists, like Kanye West.
“As more and more artists go mainstream, it is now a legitimate avenue for those artists to make money,” said Steve Hensley, the president of RIAAA.
“That means more and better labels and a greater incentive for the artists to continue to be part of the music community.”
The rap industry has been slow to catch up.
When Beyonce first debuted as a single artist in 1991, the RCAAA had just two acts to consider.
“I’m a very big fan of Jay-z,” Beyoncé said in 1993.
“When I first started out, I thought, ‘How is this going to work?'”
But the relationship with Jay-ze would change everything.
“My first song was called I Love My Nigga,” and she’s still singing it to this day.
“Nigga, you’ve got a great voice,” she sings on the song.
“Don’t give up on me, nigga, don’t give in, you know what I mean?
And I don’t want you to leave me.”
Beyoncé has remained a big fan ever since, even when the RBAA wasn’t around.
She released her first album in 1993, called In My Dreams, which was produced by Jay-zy and released by his label, Def Jam.
It peaked at number one on the Billboard charts.
“Her record is a tribute to Jay-s-a-m and the black community,” said Taylor.
“He was an incredible artist who created a lot of great music.”
Beyonce had already won a Grammy for Best Country Album,