Big services can’t find big hits’ writers according to NOIs
Posted on: 28 février 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

Can Spotify, Google and Amazon *really* not identify who to pay publishing royalties to for Drake’s global hit ‘God’s Plan’? Or for Ed Sheeran’s ‘Perfect’? Or for Post Malone’s ‘Rockstar’ or Camila Cabello’s ‘Havana’ or… Well, you get the picture.
Artist-rights blog The Trichordist has published a post from industry lawyer Chris Castle in which he mines the database of NOI (‘notice of intention’) filings with the US Copyright Office, which in theory are how streaming services acquire a compulsory licence for a track when they don’t have details of a song’s copyright owner.
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