The United States recorded 5.6 billion songs and 3.6 million albums in 2017, according to Nielsen SoundScan data, marking a record-setting year for the industry.

While the number of albums sold fell slightly, it is still up 17% from 2016.

The music industry has seen an influx of talent from all over the world, with artists like Beyoncé and Rihanna bringing a global fan base to the music.

However, this year the industry is focusing on bringing a greater level of attention to its biggest stars and albums, with record-breaking performances and albums from artists like Lady Gaga, Drake, Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga.

A new trend has emerged in the recording industry, where artists are now recording in a studio with their own equipment and mastering.

In 2017, the average studio studio cost in the United States was $100,000, according.

The average cost of recording in 2018 is projected to be $1.2 million.

In 2019, the number will reach $2.2 billion.