Ariana Grande to get only 10 percent royalty for ‘7 rings’

By Bryan Durham - March 20, 2019

Ariana Grande to get only 10 percent royalty for ‘7 rings’

Ariana Grande may be sitting pretty on top of the charts worldwide, but the singer will only receive 10 % of songwriting royalties.

Rodgers & Hammerstein, who originally created ‘My Favourite Things for ‘The Sound Of Music’ stand to receive 90% of songwriting credit on Grande’s 7 rings, which has spent six weeks atop Billboard’s Hot 100 chart and has been streamed more than a billion times worldwide.

According to the New York Times, Grande’s label Republic Records, struck a deal with Concord, the publishing company that owns Rodgers and Hammerstein’s catalog, a while before the release of Grande’s Thank u, next album that features 7 rings.

The report also states that Concord, the label that handles the catalog of Rodgers & Hammerstein requested 90 percent of 7 rings, and Grande’s team accepted the terms without ANY further negotiation.

Looks like Concord has been minting money on this! Smart move…

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