Here’s all the music industry news you need to know this morning.

Spotify’s IPO, which could happen as soon as September, would mean Spotify registers its shares straight onto the public market, rather than first having to sell them investors – via MBW

YouTube will no longer allow creators to make money until they reach 10,000 views – via The Verge

Liam Payne’s debut solo single is expected this May. – via Mirror

Ryan Tedder has left Kobalt and signed with Downtown Music Publishing. – via Hits

Nattali Rize (Blue King Brown) debuts at #2 the US Billboard Reggae chart – via The Music

Choirs and singers from across the city are raising their voices for equality with Women’s March Sydney for #ICANTKEEPQUIET tomorrow on April 8 at 1PM at Hickson Road Reserve, The Rocks – via Women’s March

Bic Runga is returning to Australia for two shows this June at Melbourne’s Memo Music Hall and the Conservatorium Of Music’s Verbrugghen Hall, as part of Vivid Sydney – via The Music

Big Pineapple Music Festival 2017 Sold Out – via Moshtix

Bad Pony Release ‘Deficiency’, Announce US + AUS Tour – via Facebook

Harry Styles has given Radio 1 a two-hour interview in which he pointedly refuses to even mention One Direction. – via Mirror