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Justin Bieber sells music rights for $200 mn

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Pop juggernaut Justin Bieber has sold his music publishing and recording catalog shares to the Blackstone-backed Hipgnosis Songs Capital for $200 million, the company said Tuesday -- marking the industry's latest blockbuster rights deal.
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Justin Bieber sells music rights for $200 mn
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Justin Bieber sells music rights for $200 million

Contemporary stars including Justin Timberlake and Shakira have sold large stakes in their work -- both also struck deals with Hipgnosis -- but the move has mostly been seen among legacy artists like Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen.

9 days ago·Mumbai, India
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Justin Bieber sells rights to songs for $200m

The pop star joins a growing group of artists who have cashed out on their catalogues.

9 days ago·United Kingdom
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Justin Bieber sells rights to his music in deal worth $200m

Singer, 28, sells rights to 291 songs he has released, or had interest in, up until end of 2021

10 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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Justin Bieber sells his rights to 'Sorry,' 'Despacito' and other hits to Hipgnosis

Justin Bieber has sold the rights to his entire back catalogue, including megahits 'Despacito,' 'Sorry' and 'Baby,' to Hipgnosis Song Management.

9 days ago·Toronto, Canada
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Justin Bieber sells entire back catalogue of songs to Hipgnosis Song Management

Pop star Justin Bieber joins a growing list of big-name artists who have sold their catalogue rights to music management giants in recent years.

9 days ago·Canada
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Justin Bieber Sells Music Rights For $200 Million

Pop juggernaut Justin Bieber has sold his music publishing and recording catalog shares to the Blackstone-backed Hipgnosis Songs Capital for $200 million, the company said Tuesday -- marking the industry's latest blockbuster rights deal.

9 days ago·New Delhi, India
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