Songwriter Group Tells Artists to Stop Claiming Credit on Songs They Didn’t Write

The Pact, a newly formed songwriting group, has called for artists to cease claiming credit on songs that they didn’t author. The debut message that The Pact directed towards the now-standard practice of giving songwriting credit to non-contributing artists (and, in some instances, others who are not involved with the writing process) consists of eight slides, the first of which features text asking: “How does an ARTIST make money?”

Source: Songwriting group tells artists to stop claiming credit on songs they didn’t write

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