Performance Rights Limited

PRL offers bespoke worldwide phonographic performer rights (neighbouring rights) management and administration services to artists, bands, musicians and eligible studio producers.

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ESSEL joins PRL for global performer rights admin!

Based out of Liverpool, Sophia Essel (aka ESSEL) is an artist hotly tipped to become the next big thing, as the young DJ & Producer is set to break onto the world stage in spectacular fashion... ESSEL definitely has a knack of nailing that sweet spot on every release, with a commercial appeal making her music accessible in both the club and daytime radio. So far, she has amassed well over 10 million streams across DSP in such a short space of time read more

Spag Heddy joins the PRL roster for worldwide Performer Rights admin!

Mischa Reining, better known as Spag Heddy, has been creating lots of buzz with his chart topping originals and remixes, festival appearances, and shows around the world, as well as much support from the best in media and DJs alike. Dutch born and Barcelona (Spain) residing, Spag has been cooking up hits since 2011, originally creating dubstep infused club bangers that quickly gained fans and followers. Pulling inspiration from the likes of Skrillex, read more

Luma joins PRL for global Performer Rights administration !

There’s beauty in the darkness, if you’re willing to look for it... Originally from a town 40 miles outside of New York City, Brittany Cannarozzi’s alias, ‘Luma’ came to fruition shortly after graduating college and moving to Nashville, TN. Since then, Luma has been captivating listeners with her knack for magnetic melody and lyric. Her voice has been heard on electronic tracks signed to over fifteen different labels including Seeking Blue, read more

Tunji Ige joins PRL for global Performer Rights administration!

Philadelphia rapper, songwriter, and producer Tunji Ige (born Olatunji Ige) began creating music while he was just a teenager with a laptop "in a basement in Pennsylvania." Inspired by rappers like Kanye West, Kid Cudi, Common, DMX, and Jay-Z, Ige was also influenced by the electronic textures of Disclosure and James Blake, the soul of Donny Hathaway, and the Afro-beat of Fela Kuti, the latter a direct nod to his Nigerian parents. On his breakthrough read more

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