Songwriters, ever get the feeling that you’re being screwed over?

By Hans Ebert
@HansEbertMusic
Visit: www.hans-ebert.com

Below is something written on my Facebook page yesterday as something came to light about one of my songs.

Think about this: You write a song. It’s your art. Perhaps naively, you sign the Publishing Rights to a global music publishing house. Why sign it to them? Because they’re big and big is good and you think you might be the next Ed Sheeran. And then you hear- almost one year later- that the song has been sold to a client as a sync deal.

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