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Justin Bieber cracked an impressive deal for his music

Justin Bieber sells his rights to the music for a bomb amount

Zainab Nasir

Justin Bieber cracked an impressive deal for his music

Justin Bieber sells his rights to the music for a bomb amount

Justin Bieber cracked an impressive deal for his music
Justin Bieber cracked an impressive deal for his music 

Singer Justin Bieber became the youngest pop star to cash in on his catalogue with his multi-million deal with Hipgnosis Songs Capital. Read on to know more.

He has reportedly sold the rights to his music which has either released or had any interest in, up until 2021, for a whopping $200m.

According to The Guardian, the business is managed by Hipgnosis Song Management and is run by the music magnate Merck Mercuriadis. Mercuriadis has also founded Hipgnosis – a London-listed music rights business, which has spent $2bn since 2018.

Talking about the deal with Bieber   that this is one of the biggest deals made for an artist under the age of 70. Continuing further, the music mogul praised him  calling him one of the defining artists who breathed new life into the music industry in the era of streaming.

With the deal with the Stay crooner  Hipgnosis will earn a payment, every time a song it owns is played on radio, film or TV, or streamed on online platforms. As per BBC, the business has also acquired Bieber’s share in the original master recordings of his songs.

In the period of 11 years  from 2010 to 2021, Bieber recorded six studio albums and in addition he also  he also launched several remixes  and compilation albums. 

Most lifetime catalogue deals are usually done by artists towards the end of their legendary music careers. This includes the likes of Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Tina Turner, Bary Manilow, and Blondie. With his multi-million dollar deal with Hipgnosis, Bieber has joined the growing list of artists who cash out their catalogues.

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