BMG'S Alexi Cory-Smith on the company's 'service-driven' approach

George Garner

It has been a busy year for BMG. For one, they have overseen a roster of A-list artists making big comebacks on both the recording and publishing side.

What’s more, they have also proven to be a magnet for up and coming producers and songwriters, such as Tre Jean Marie (Craig David), ADP (Yungen), Caroline Ailin (Dua Lipa) and Jordan Riley (Tom Grennan).

In total, BMG represent 2,500,000 songs, making them an indie player with the presence of a major. ...

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