Quentin Miller made noise as the alleged ghostwriter for Drake and worked on a handful of songs but claims he was never paid publishing.
MC Serch owned 100 percent of Nas' first two albums, "Illmatic" and "It Was Written" under his Serchlite Publishing domain.
Kanye West is calling fake news once again. Contrary to popular belief his music catalog is not up for sale.
Rapper Future sold a range of his catalog between the years of 2004 to 2020 to the investment firm, Influence Media Partners.
One of music’s most iconic voices has struck a deal to ensure her work will indeed be forever. Tina Turner has announced she has sold her catalog to BMG.
R. Kelly is looking to raise money and rather quickly. According to reports he is trying to sell his publishing rights but no one is buying.
There are more layers to Lil Wayne’s recent business moves than we all thought. It has been seemingly confirmed that he sold the rights to his Young Money imprint.
Veteran producer No I.D. recently sold 100 percent of his catalog to Hipgnosis Songs, which was co-founded by Nile Rodgers.
Kendrick Lamar and the entire Top Dawg Entertainment camp are among the savviest of recording label entities in the game. That fact was secured after K-Dot signed a long-term publishing deal with BMI.
Jon Platt is having an incredible 2018 and 2019 is shaping up to be just as powerful. It is rumored he will take the CEO position at the world’s biggest music publishing firm next year.
Sony/ATV announced on Tuesday (Oct. 17) that Bronx rapper Cardi B signed with the company for a worldwide publishing deal
Nas‘ record “You Owe Me,” featuring Ginuwine, will never sound the same. TMZ reports that the U.S. government got tired of Esco taking his sweet time paying the money he owes them, and has begun to garnish his wages. Reportedly, Nas owes the IRS about $6 million in back taxes. Uncle Sam is making sure he get […]