• Welcome to Cheiron Songwriters and Max Martin fan-forum and music discussion board www.swedishsongs.de - All about Swedish songwriters and music.


Welcome to the Cheiron Songwriters Forums |
powered by www.maxmartinfansite.com

Here is the place to talk about all the members and friends of the legendary Cheiron Studios: Max Martin, Denniz PoP,  Rami Yacoub, Jörgen Elofsson, Andreas Carlsson, Per Magnusson, David Kreuger, Kristian Lundin, Herbie Crichlow, Alexandra Talomaa, Alexander Kronlund, John Amatiello, Jake Schulze and all the new and old songs by the Cheiron crew and friends (Dr Luke, Shellback, Savan Kotecha...) and (your) great pop music in general.

Main Menu

Core Water....

Started by georg_e, April 09, 2016, 05:30:12 PM

Previous topic - Next topic


wow. sensation. expensive water is an ordinary water.

run out of shit to say about luke personally


why is dr luke so inactive on his twitter. he posts 1 once a month  :-\
music producer nexus is running a channel called the ellie goulding resource. only the best ellie goulding news, photos, interviews, photoshoots.


at least he has a twitter xD


Becky G Sues Core Water for $105M Claiming Luke Pressured Her to Post it on Twitter


OMFG, Luke and Co is selling the brand to Dr. Pepper for $525 million and she thinks she is entitled to 50% of Luke's part because she posted several pics of it on twitter. She thinks it is equal to creating a brand from scratch.

It's disgusting how money blows people's mind away. This chipmunk was piece of nothing without Luke. And she is still just the same brand that Luke created for the pop-latino market, who can't sing, can't dance, can't write her music and lyrics. She is just a brand, not an artist.


Man, really? Sometimes newcomers who don't know anything about business just say yes, when it's profit disguised as opportunities. I see this all the time as an industry standard, in publishing for example.

Not sure yet, but Prescription still owns Becky's catalog, though her latin venture is managed by Sony Music Latin.
That means that a % of those publishing incomes go to Prescription, with no investment at all.

Is that fair to you? Same thing with ghostwriting. An industry standard.