Headquartered in Los Angeles and Amsterdam, Muso.AI will leverage this partnership to expand into the Latin American music market.
Muso.AI claims to have recorded over 1.4 million post-distribution credit changes from rightsholders, artists and collaborators to date.
The company points out that its verified credits are used by partners such as SoundExchange and Napster.
The focus of the collaboration with Rimas Publishing will be Muso.AI’s 24-hour analysis, which the latter company says deviates from the traditional track-and-album approach and instead focuses on companies, catalogs and individual profiles.
Muso.AI’s features include a focus on person-centric credits, analytics and achievements, which Rimas says will allow its own clients to conveniently monitor day-to-day activities.
The Muso.AI platform reportedly provides a process for customers to report missing credits and potential derivative works, allowing Rimas Publishing’s workflow to track unclaimed author copyrights.
As part of the agreement, Muso.AI Rimas Publishing will also offer “extensive rollup views” across all of its platforms, with the application being localized and available in Spanish.
“At Rimas Publishing, we strive to stay at the forefront of technological advances in the industry and continually provide our clients with the highest level of service. This strategic alliance represents a crucial step in our growth trajectory and secures our position as one of the leading publishers in the industry,” said Emilio Morales, Managing Director of Rimas Publishing.
“We are excited about the addition of Rimas Publishing to the Muso.AI family as their dedication and insights will drive the continuous improvement of our business platform to address their specific needs.”
Aaron Kaufman, Muso.AI
Aaron Kaufman, President and Co-Founder of Muso.AI added, “Our collaboration is a driving force that propels our entry into the Latin American market, aligns seamlessly with our debut in the Business Suite, and validates the value of Muso.AI. “We are excited about the addition of Rimas Publishing to the Muso.AI family as their dedication and insights will drive the continuous improvement of our business platform to address their specific needs.”
Headquartered in Miami, Florida and San Juan, Puerto Rico, Rimas Publishing negotiates its clients’ licensing agreements for various media including film, television and advertising worldwide.
His clients include writers and producers such as Bad Bunny, Eladio Carrión, Corina Smith, Mora, Súbelo NEO, Caleb Calloway, YENSANJUAN, Lennex and Lizzy Parra.
Rimas Publishing has received multiple industry awards, including two consecutive Latin Billboard Publisher of the Year awards, Grammy and Latin Grammy recognition, and over 40 awards from ASCAP and BMI.
The Company operates through three distinct entities: RSM Publishing LLC (ASCAP), Risamar Publishing LLC (BMI) and Megasongs Publishing LLC (SESAC).
Already in April billboard reported that Sony Music Corp. in advanced talks to help with the majority stake acquisition of Rimas Publishing’s subsidiary and Bad Bunny’s music label and management company, Rimas Entertainment. Bad Bunny manager and Rimas CEO Noah Assad was reportedly planning to buy out his partner Rafael Ricardo Jiménez Dan, a former Venezuelan government official who holds a 60 percent majority stake in the company.
Previously, Bad Bunny founded a new sports management agency called Rimas Sports in partnership with Assad. The agency started with a roster of Major League Baseball (MLB) players.
Bad Bunny was the most streamed artist worldwide in 2022 on both Apple Music and Spotify.
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https://www.musicbusinessworldwide.com/rimas-publishing-partners-with-music-metadata-firm-muso-ai/ Rimas Publishing is collaborating with music metadata company Muso.AI