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Jazz icon Quincy Jones invests in Belgian AI-driven musictech startup Musimap

Jazz icon Quincy Jones invests in Belgian AI-driven musictech startup Musimap | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Belgian startup Musimap has welcomed legendary 28-time Grammy winner Quincy Jones as a strategic investor, via Jones’ media and artist management company Quincy Jones Productions, with participation also from Andreas Spechtler, Former President of Dolby International, and LeanSquare. In this round o
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Stem Music Startup Drives Social Change Plus $100 Million In Artist Royalty Distributions

Stem Music Startup Drives Social Change Plus $100 Million In Artist Royalty Distributions | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Stem music distribution and payment platform recently raised $10 million in new funding and, since its 2015 launch, has paid out $100 million in royalty payments to independent artists using the platform.
Suave's curator insight, September 20, 7:45 PM
I think stem music distribution is doing the right thing, which is taking care of artists royalties. Artist lose tons of money and royalties every year to labels and contracts, they need people like STEM MUSIC. This article was written on the Forbes website which is a very high class company, also a very reliable source. This article is a good article for artist who are having problems with getting their royalties in the industry, it shows hat there people out there willing to help. 
QueenAngeline Rodriguez's curator insight, September 21, 10:19 PM
Stem Music has raised over $100 million paying royalties to indie artists and also fighting equality and justice for artists in the music industry. Stem Music is gaining support in the industry and social justice platforms. 

Independent artistry is gaining more support in the industry as the years go on. 
Day Collins's curator insight, October 19, 10:04 PM
I think this article is one of the most important within the music industry to support the injustices of human beings. Standing on its word and advocacy to support independent artist and other racial injustice issues within the industry including discrimination's and other like topics that raise awareness to the issues in the forefronts of our society today. I like the fact this platform raises royalties for artist and does not hesitate to disburse their coins as they work hard on their crafts and it matters that they be recognized for it, even if local or independent etc...