Kobalt Music Publishing is the largest independent music publisher in the world. Using our proprietary technology platform, we provide unparalleled transparency with seamless online copyright administration, royalty tracking, and digital collections.Learn More Download PDF
Kobalt Label Services (KLS) was established in 2012 for independent artists as an alternative to the traditional Major Label regime. We provide the team and expertise, the global network and infrastructure, and the funding that enables artists to achieve the full potential of their releases around the globe.Learn More Download PDF
Kobalt's unique, modern, and transparent approach to Neighbouring Rights is geared to simplify a very complex process, maximize earnings, and speed up payments. Our direct relationships with key global collection societies reduces repetition, minimizes potential errors, and provides a substantial uplift in revenue.Learn More Download PDF
KOBALT ON THE COVER OF WIRED UK
How Data Saved Music: Inside Kobalt – The Untold Secret That Google Is Betting Big On. WIRED UK's in-depth Kobalt feature is in the May issue, available today.
MAX MARTIN IS ASCAP'S SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR
Max Martin was named songwriter of the year for the eighth time at the 32nd annual ASCAP Pop Music Awards.
GOOGLE VENTURES & MSD CAPITAL INVEST $60M IN KOBALT
Kobalt, the leading independent music publishing and global music rights management services company, today announced it has raised a $60 million Series C funding round with Google Ventures, MSD Capital, L.P., the private investment firm for Michael S. Dell and his family, which is a current Kobalt investor, and MSDC Management, L.P.
KOBALT CLIENTS WIN AT THE GRAMMY'S
Kobalt client Beck's Morning Phase wins big with three GRAMMY's, including Album of the Year and Best Rock Album, Max Martin wins Producer of the Year
Kobalt Berklee Partnership
Kobalt and the Berklee College of Music today announced an innovative collaboration for driving growth in the new music industry. Kobalt is providing a two-year grant for Berklee, Harvard and MIT students to work together to review the ways technology and transparency can help address global music licensing issues and bring artists, writers, publishers, labels and DSPs closer together.