‘No Shelf Life Now’: The Big Business of Interpolating Old Songs for New Hits

Between a softer legal landscape, a higher demand for catchy music to place in swaths of content, and a hot song acquisition marketplace, publishers are seeing stronger tailwinds to get their old hits recycled. Several publishers say they’re becoming increasingly aggressive in pitching their catalogs and seeing more requests from creators to use their music for new songs.

Source: ‘No Shelf Life Now’: The Big Business of Interpolating Old Songs for New Hits

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