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Nigeria’s Joeboy partners with Warner Music to globally distribute music from artists signed to his label Young Legend

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Nigerian singer-songwriter Joeboy — real name Joseph Akinfenwa-Donus — has launched a new label, Young Legend, which will be distributed globally by Warner Music Group. Joeboy will lead the Lagos-based label as CEO, alonside Deola Jaiyesimi, as Head of Label, and Teniola Akanni, as Head of Legal.

“I’ve been blessed in my work so far and I want to give back to the artistic community by scouting, nurturing and promoting the next generation of talent," said Joeboy. "Music today can quickly con...

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Emmanuel is a Washington, DC-based freelance journalist, blogger and media consultant, specialising in the entertainment business and cultural trends. He was the US editor for British music industry trade publication Music Week. Previously, he was the editor of Impact, a magazine for the music publishing community (2007-2009), the global editor of US trade publication Billboard (2003-2006), and the editor in chief of Billboard’s sister publication Music & Media (1997-2003).

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Concord Music Publishing sign Mount Kimbie to a global publishing agreement

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Concord Music Publishing has signed British electronic music band Mount Kimbie — Dom Maker and Kai Campos — to a new worldwide publishing deal, covering all works going forward including their new studio album 'The Sunset Violent'.

In addition to music from Mount Kimbie, Maker and Campos have signed for the development of their individual projects. The duo signed to Concord Music Publishing via the global A&R teams in London — Tom Coulson-Smith, Senior Director and Mary McGovern, Senior ...

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Canal+’s offer for SA’s MultiChoice considered ‘fair and reasonable’

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MultiChoice has concluded that the offer made by Vivendi-owned media group Canal+ to acquire the shares it does not already own in the South African pay TV service was "fair and reasonable," according to an independent board review made by MultiChoice and Standard Bank.

Canal+ made an offer to pay 125 rand in cash per MultiChoice share, or the equivalent of 35 billion rand (€1.72 billion), which valued the company at about 55 billion rand (€2.7bn). The offer is expected to close by April 20...

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Merlin unveils new initiative to help emerging technology platforms license repertoire from independent labels

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Licensing agency for independent labels Merlin has launched Merlin Connect to facilitate licensing repertoire from independent labels to emerging technology platforms.

"The initiative will make music licensing more accessible to a select group of promising emerging technology platforms by delivering fully cleared, quality music," said Merlin in a statement. "Our aim is to find and empower the next generation of music monetisation opportunities for Merlin’s membership of independent record l...

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