Blake Shelton is used to getting into trouble for his not-so-PG remarks. But one time he crossed hairs with the wrong country singer. "Nobody wants to listen to their grandpa's music," the singer said during his GAC'Backstory' interview. "And I don't care how many of these old farts around Nashville going, 'My God, that ain't country!' Well that's because you don't buy records anymore, jacka–. The kids do, and they don't want to buy the music you were buying."
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The Chinese music-streaming company's initial public offering priced at $13 per American depositary share Tuesday afternoon, the bottom end of its $13-to-$15 expected range. The offering raised roughly $1.1 billion for the company and its selling shareholders. At $13 an ADS, Tencent Music is valued at $21.3 billion on a fully diluted basis, according to Dealogic--making it one of the largest traditional IPOs by market value in the U.S. since Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. went public in 2014 at a whopping $169.4 billion. Tencent Music will start trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday under the symbol TME. It is part of internet giant Tencent Holdings Ltd. TCEHY 1.17% and operates several popular apps including QQ Music and an online karaoke platform.