With global recorded-music revenue reaching $25.9 billion, executives share success stories from every continent — while joining in the calls for peace in Ukraine.

Cris Falcão
Managing director of Brazil, Ingrooves Music Group
Nick Roden
Managing director of Europe, Middle East and India, Ingrooves Music Group
Nina Rabe-Cairns
Managing director of Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia, Ingrooves Music Group


Ingrooves reports that its global expansion over the past year was up by nearly one-third with new personnel hired in India, Mexico, the Philippines, Italy, the Netherlands, Denmark and Iceland, increasing its local presence to 23 countries. The distribution, marketing and technology company has “global streaming success powered by top indie labels GR6, Dirty Hit, Del Records and a massive year in K-pop,” says Roden. Ingrooves’ long reach is evident in Shouse’s global hit “Love Tonight” on label Onelove, which racked up over 1 billion streams and received top 20 airplay in 21 territories, according to Ingrooves. “I’m personally so thankful and proud,” says Roden, “to be part of a cohesive global team that kicks into gear whenever and wherever needed.”