Where is Hit Songs Group located?
Hit Songs Group DBA has offices in approximately 12 countries. Hit Songs Group DBA headquarter is located at 1A PM3421021, McKinney Road, Newtownabbey, BT36 4PE, Co Antrim, UK, EU.
How do I obtain information on internships and employment at your organization?
For information on working with us please click here.
How can I find out more about artists on the Hit Songs Group roster?
For the latest artist information, please visit our partner's websites which will also have the most current social media information for your favourite artists and bands. For additional updates, you can also follow the Hit Songs Group Instagram account.
How do I submit a demo to Hit Songs Group?
Typically, demos are recommended to one of our labels’ A&R departments by a manager, agent, producer, radio DJ or other industry professional. Another option for unsigned artists or independent label is to email us at info (at) HitSongsGroup.com
Please note that on occasion, we’ve been made aware of individuals who give the false impression they are affiliated with us and ask for money from artists in order to submit music on their behalf. It is against our company policy for an employee to accept any form of compensation in return for submitting music to one of our companies. If you are approached by a person that claims to be a Hit Songs Group employee and who asks for any form of compensation in relation to a demo submission, please contact us here.
I am a company or brand looking to partner with a Hit Songs Group label or artist. Where should I direct my inquiry?
The Hit Songs Group & Brands division provides innovative, tailor-made business solutions to companies and brands. Please contact us at info (at) HitSongsGroup.com with your company/brand details and if interested we will get back to you within one to two weeks.
I am interested in licensing music for a project. How do I go about doing this?
Licensing requests should be directed to licensing (at) HitSongsGroup.com. If you would like to obtain rights to use a song or lyrics from a song that is administered or published by one of our publishing companies or partners you should contact the Hit Songs Group’s Film & TV Licensing department via licensing (at) HitSongsGroup.com . If you are unsure whether Hit Songs Group is the proper contact for your request, information on a song’s publishing company is usually found on the album’s packaging.
I believe that I may be owed royalties from Hit Songs Group, who may I contact for assistance?
If you believe you are owed either artist or mechanical royalties from a HIt Songs Group label or partner or have not received a statement, we may not have your correct address on file. Please contact us to publishing (at) HitSongsGroup.com with correct contact details.
If your songs are published through one of Hit Songs Group's publishing companies or partners, or you otherwise believe you are owed Royalties from Hit Songs Group, you may visit https://www.royaltywindow.com/ to view your royalties.
I found your music being distributed or sold illegally on another web site or service. How can I report this?
If you see an example of Hit Songs Group music being illegally distributed please feel free to contact us here.
I’m a member of the media, how can I contact someone in your communications department?
Please contact us via email at Communications (at) HitSongsGroup.com and your request will be forwarded to the appropriate contact.
Artists & Producers FAQ
How did you find me?
Members of our specialised Talent Scouting Team are dedicated to constantly looking for new talent. Whether your existing work is on social media, streaming platforms or personal websites, they will be looking out for you! If we contact you, it means we liked what we listened to and want to hear more. We hope this leads onto long term co-operation with one another.
What are the step-by-step procedures?
Once a research specialist has contacted you, they will guide you through each step. After our initial contact, we will require some more information about you and your music in the form of a few simple questions that help us to get to know you better. From this point on we can give you a clear idea of how we plan to promote you. Next, we will take you through the precise details of the association, explaining the terms of your contract and any other queries you may have. After that, we will request a couple more of your original tracks and then we are all set to start work with you!
What will Hit Songs Group offer?
There are two ways to promote your music. The first is to create (compilation) albums with your music and publish them on, platforms such as Google Play, Amazon, Spotify and our unique network of more than 200 music, apps and radio platforms in Asia, Australia and New Zealand. For every download and stream, your music gets, you earn. Second is our in-store media network, where your music is played in stores in USA, Europe and Asia. Your tracks are assigned to uniquely curated playlists to suit the ambience of restaurants, spas, hotels and many other businesses. The more your songs are played the more you earn, with you paid directly via the platform.
Will my music be distributed only in digital format or also CD / Vinyl?
Currently, our artist’s music is solely distributed digitally. With over 3 billion streaming plays annually and 2.5 million albums & tracks sold, digital distribution is the most effective channel for you to be heard.
Where will you upload my music?
Onto our curated playlists, distributed to the 500+ digital platforms that we are in partnership with, including Google Play, Amazon, Tidal, Spotify, Deezer, Akazoo, iTunes, Claro Musica, Pandora, Shazam, Beatport (for EDM compilation albums) and more.
Can I use DJ mixes, remixes or covers?
Unless you have permission from all concerned parties, it is not possible to upload songs with uncleared samples. You are welcome to upload remixes of your own work. However, if your remix is of another artist's song, or contains any part of another artist's original music without clearance, we are not able to use it. It is your responsibility to only send us the music you have rights to.