Tips Music partners with Sony Music Publishing
Aims to boost the presence of Tips Music’s content in international markets
May 08, 2023 01:23:00 PM | Article | Campaign India Team Share -
Tips Music has signed a global publishing agreement with Sony Music Publishing (SMP).
The deal will enable Sony Music Publishing to administer and promote its songs globally, with an aim to expand its reach and audience through Tips Music’s catalogue.
The agreement covers the administration, synchronisation, and catalogue promotion of the Indian music label’s repertoire.
Kumar Taurani, managing director, Tips Industries, Tips Music, said, “We are thrilled to partner with Sony Music Publishing, one of the most prestigious music publishing companies in the world. This agreement is an excellent opportunity for us to expand our reach and showcase our music to a global audience. This partnership will not only increase our publishing and royalty collection but undoubtedly take Indian music to international shores, entertaining audiences around the globe. At Tips Music, we take pride in our extensive collection of hit Bollywood songs, making our music library one of the most comprehensive Indian music catalogues. We are committed to further fueling the growth of the Indian music industry by catering to audiences beyond borders.”
Guy Henderson, president, international, Sony Music Publishing, said, “It gives me great pleasure to welcome Kumar and his team at Tips to the Sony Music Publishing family. Tips have established an amazing collection of songs over their more than thirty years in this business and continue to add to this legacy globally as Indian repertoire takes its rightful place on the world stage. With our global reach, we look forward to working with Tips to grow both its business and that of its songwriters.”
Dinraj Shetty, director - India, Sony Music Publishing, said, “We at SMP are delighted to enter into partnership with Tips Music, one of the richest music catalogs of India, and to represent them across global markets.”