Kobalt's Alison Donald on the company's 'alternative' business model

George Garner

As Music Week’s recent study revealed, nowadays, it takes an average of 4.53 people to write the very biggest hits. No wonder competition in the publishing world is fiercer than ever.

One of the key players in the indie publishing sector are Kobalt – a company who have recently welcomed new signings including producers and songwriters such as Teddy Walton (Kendrick Lamar), Ben Billions (The Weeknd), Raphael Saadiq (Solange), Mike Will Made It (Rae Sremmurd, Kendrick Lamar) and ...

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