Singer Shakira has become the latest artist to sell the publishing rights to all her songs. The Grammy winner’s list includes 145 songs. Shakira’s list includes hits like “Hips Don’t Let”, “Whenever, Wherever”, “She Wolf” and “Waka Waka (This Time for Africa)”, and the board of the UK-based investment company, Hypnosis Songs Fund Ltd. Are included. Has acquired 100 percent of its music publishing rights, reports usatoday.com. Zayn Malik fan, hear us out! You can call Singer now as he leaves his phone number on Twitter
“Being a songwriter is an accomplishment that I equate to being a singer and an artist and maybe even more. At the age of eight – long before I sang – I wrote to make sense of the world. Each song is a Reflection. Shakira said in a statement, “I wrote to the person I was with at the time, but once a song is in the world, it’s not only for me, but also for those who appreciate it . ” Singer Madonna is back home after touring 5 countries in 3 weeks. COVID-19 epidemic
Without disclosing the amount of the deal, the singer said, “The songwriter has shocked me that I have had the privilege of communicating with others.” Shakira released her debut album “Magia” at the age of 13 in 1991, and became a global star in 2001 with “Laundry Service”.
Last month, the famous Bob Dylan, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature for creating “new poetic expressions within the great American lyric tradition”, sold the publishing rights of more than 600 songs to Universal Music Publishing Group.
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