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

All 22 songs on Drake‘s More Life are charting, giving Drake an astounding 24 songs simultaneously charting on the Hot 100 in a single week. – via Vulture

Adele Warns Fans That She May Never Tour Again: “applause makes me feel a bit vulnerable,” she said. “I don’t know if I will ever tour again. The only reason I’ve toured is you.” – via NZ Herald

Online ticket marketplace Vivid Seats is looking to sell for $1.5 billion – via TechCrunch

ie: music partners with Centtrip Music to save on FX costs for Robbie Williams tour – via MBW

Sony Music’s Doug Morris prepares to hand over to Rob Stringer next month – via Billboard

Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Stevie Wonder were amongst the guests at Elton John’s 70th birthday party. Watch Stevie Wonder and Lady Gaga Sing “Happy Birthday” To Elton – via The Fader

Rag’N’Bone Man has spoken out against ticket touts and asked vendors to address the problem. – via Independent

Sex Pistols’ Johnny Rotten Defends ‘Possible Friend’ President Trump From Accusations of Racism – via Vulture

Ryan Adams is chronicling the recording of Jenny Lewis’ new album on Instagram – via CoS

Facebook hires former Apple designer Michael Hillman to take charge of VR hardware at Oculus – via Apple Insider

A widening YouTube ad boycott could cost Google $750 million or 7.5% of total revenue, according to analysts at Nomura Instinet. – via Hypebot

James Blunt says his song ‘You’re Beautiful’ is about a stalker. – Elle UK

Spotify has fully acquired startup MightyTV – a content recommendation app that has been likened to ‘Tinder for television’ – via MBW

Toronto-based music publisher ole is being shopped, with the company looking for suitors to place minimum bids of at least $650m to enter the process, while seeking an overall valuation of $800m, according to sources. – via Billboard

Elon Musk’s Neuralink wants to boost the brain to keep up with AI – via TechCrunch

Administrators of Prince’s estate and the parent company of the Tidal streaming service have outlined the copyright dispute for the judge with new court papers signaling how the late artist’s equity ownership may play a factor. – via THR