Chambers has agreed a long-term administration deal with the publisher, two years after hooking up with B-Unique's publishing arm when his last agreement with EMI ended.
The new deal covers future compositions as well as catalogue, including some of his collaborations with Robbie Williams, whose own publishing is subject to extensive interest after coming on to the market. EMI handles most of Chambers' contributions on the Robbie Williams album Escapology and all compositions written from January 1 onwards, while Kobalt ...
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