Music royalties reach record high but songwriters ‘on minimum wage’

The money that artists receive when their tracks get played has just hit a record high. In 2018 £746 million was paid out – a rise of 4% on 2017. But according to singer-songwriter Ruth-Anne Cunningham, “a lot of songwriters are making less than minimum wage”.

Source: Music royalties reach record high but songwriters ‘on minimum wage’

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