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  • n. Plural form of hitmaker.

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Examples

  • I guess you can only be packed off to work with major label hitmakers and retain control over your music if you're Lady fucking Gaga.

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  • The bassist - who quit the group in 1992 - is pleased the 'Gimme Shelter' hitmakers 'iconic

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  • The group are currently in the studio with producer Mark Ronson and are delighted with their recent writing session with the 'I Predict A Riot' hitmakers 'drummer Nick Hodgson.

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  • In new documentary 'No Distance Left To Run' - which reflects on the 'Song 2' hitmakers 'career and reunion - he confesses: "I was quite unable to function.

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  • The Big Payback, which Spin magazine called "Pulitzer-level reporting," not only chronicles the fascinating stories of early trailblazing hip-hop recording artists (Run-DMC, the Fat Boys, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, among them), but all the way through to some of today's biggest hitmakers/dealmakers (Jay-Z, Eminem, 50 Cent).

    Marlynn Snyder: Hip-Hop Music and Culture, From the Beginning

  • Though more than 40 years have passed since the premiere of his last musical "Promises, Promises", he remains one of America's most prolific and successful hitmakers.

    Bacharach Looks Back—And Forward to a Musical

  • The core members of the '80s U.K. hitmakers are back together after nearly 25 years, and the chemistry is still there.

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  • What stands out is the diversity of styles, from such familiar hitmakers as Gloria Estefan and Los Lobos, to the silky falsetto sounds of "Bachata" stars Aventura, to the rhythm of Sheila E., the artistry of Jose Feliciano, and the energy and magnetism of Marc Anthony, who gets the crowd on its feet with I Need to Know.

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  • While not quite up to her classic Babyface collaborations, her work with hitmakers like Chuck Harmony, Frank E and Lucas Secon updates her sound without losing its essence. —

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  • Constructed by a team of high-priced hitmakers led by Americana Authenticity Signifier Rick Rubin, "21" is informed, but never overwhelmed, by roots music: The booming opener "Rolling in the Deep" draws heavily from blues; "Rumour Has It" is set in a fictional universe where Dusty Springfield fronts the Ronettes; "One and Only" is an awe-inspiring gospel rave-up.

    Album review: Adele, "21"

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