Phil Collins and Genesis Sold rights to their songs For over $300 million to Concorde Music Group. The sale included the publishing rights to the legendary band, as well as a portion of the proceeds and owner of the music recorded by Genesis.
In addition, the agreement included the issues of Collins as a solo artistAs well as producing Mike Rutherford with his band, Mike and the Mechanics.
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According to Billboard, sales include hits such as “in the air Tonight”,you’ll be in My Heart” You “against all the odds”, There are also versions ofa groovy Kind of Love“Dee Diane and Anita Vai”you can’t rush love“D Supreme.
Concorde Music Group now reportedly owns the rights to Genesis’ songs, including “invisible Touch”, “Land of Illusion”, “Too Deep in” y “follow you Follow Me”.
In a statement published in wall street journalConcorde President Bob Valentin said the company plans to use social media to take the catalog to a younger audience. “Where in the world We live today with Facebook, Instagram, TiktokAll these things that drive the consumption of old music are definitely ways we as a record company can bring some of this music back to life.”
Phil Collins retires from stage: “Now I have to find a real job”
The artist announced that with his singing Produce Saturday 26 March was the last day of his career, at the 02 Arena, in London. The music legend can no longer play drums due to back problems. “Now I have to find a real job He joked while greeting fans, he said Mirror.
Produce The trio – completed by keyboardist Tony Banks and guitarist-bassist Mike Rutherford – had announced meeting for the tour. The Last Domino? TravelAfter 14 years of straight absence, but last year he canceled several dates Because of covid.
Madonna won’t sell her song list: ‘Ownership is everything’
artists like Bob Dylan, Tina Turner, Bruce Springsteen, Sting You Justin Timberlake, Among many others, he sold his catalog of songs. A trend that doesn’t seem to be ending.
Madonna usually joins the new trend but this time it was not so. In an interview with Variety, the Queen of Pop stated that she would not sell the rights to her songs.
Madonna’s opinion on catalog sales
,Those are my songs. ownership is everythingno?” said this recent note. “I mean, that’s why (manager Guy Osseri) is buying NFTs.”
The eternal physical girl said she is currently looking for “Interesting and fun way” To relaunch their catalog and “introduce my music to a new generation”.
“The whole ‘Frozen’ thing was a lot of fun, but I woke up one day and was like, ‘I’m sick of living in the past! he said. “I want to be back on tour, I’m a creature of the stage. That’s my happy place.”
A Sick Remix of Madonna’s 1998 Hit “frozen” DML with Fireboy went viral on TikTok last year, and the star took advantage of the new popularity by officially releasing the remix in December.
“I thought, ‘Wait a minute’, What is this? this is my song‘” Madonna told the magazine. PeopleE, in an interview in May. “It all happened because divine inspiration, I guess, because once I heard them, I wanted to do more of them and make new versions of them with different people singing and doing their version of them.
In June, Madonna released finally enough lovea collection of 16 Track Remix which explores his dominance on the Billboard Dance Club charts, where he achieved a record 50 chart-topping singles in more than 40 years.
All of the remixes were reportedly redone by Mike Dean, who produced Madonna’s last two albums. rebellious heart (2015) You madam x (2019). The album also includes collaborations with stars such as Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake or Nicki Minaj. An expanded version of the compilation covering the top 50 songs will be released on August 19.