What is the Fund and why join it?

  • Minimum Fund of $1M
  • Regulation A+
  • Anyone Can Invest
  • Used to purchase music royalty assets
  • Pays out Quarterly or Reinvests Earnings

At this time we are gauging interest in investors' appetite for joining a music royalty fund that will purchase music royalty based assets on behalf of a pool of investors (you!). Music royalties are a great alternative asset class that are not correlated to stock or bond markets.


We may take advantage of the new Crowdsourcing regulation to test the waters on interest before putting a formal offer together. Or we may pool together a bunch of accredited investors.


Please read the information below and fill out the form with your level of investment interest.  If there is enough interest then we will move forward with creating the fund.


In addition, we have gotten a lot of feedback around providing additional insight into the platforms where you can make royalty investments, the offerings coming out and even individual deals. Based on the communities feedback, we are happy to provide more information on each of these areas if the demand is great enough.


It looks like we will also be branching outside of just music into all royalty areas as there are a lot of new opportunities out there to invest in.

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A group of music and investment fanatics that have been investing in muisc royalties for over 10 years.
We are one of the few who understand music royalties. We have spend years creating a model that can evaluate and forecast music catalogs to only purchase items that have the highest yield potential.

November 28, 2017

Here is a review of different ways to invest and/or fund music today including a new platform SongVest.  We will continue to produce content looking at all types of music investment and funding.

SongVest’s IPOs will allow the fan to be a part of the music-making process. Royalty Flow can’t do that. Crowdfunding can’t do that. 

SongVest, a stock market for music investments, is setting out to change how money is raised...

November 26, 2017

A new article from the NY Times slams Initial Coin Offerings (ICO's) as being illegal.

Joseph Grundfest, who was a commissioner at the S.E.C. in the 1980s and is now a law and business professor at Stanford, said he had been contacting current commission officials and staff to urge them to bring cases, and fast.

“I.C.O.s represent the most pervasive, open and notorious violation of federal securities laws since the Code of Hammu...

November 11, 2017

Vezt is a new music investment platform based on blockchain technology that creates a marketplace for purchasing and trading shares in individual songs. Through its Initial Song Offerings, Vezt allows artists to sell songs, or parts of songs, to fans and investors. During the ISOs, artists and rights holders choses how much they want to raise from a part of their song, the reversion term and set a date for the ISO. Fans then p...

November 8, 2017

Although we can't invest in it, there is more validation around the long tail of music investment. Kobalt, the leader of royalty collection, announced raising $600M to invest in music royalties through their new fund.

The UK Pension Fund RPMI Railpen, is the lead investor and must like what they saw in the first fund as they were also an investor in it.

Kobalt raises $600M to buy up (and monetize) more music copyrights


October 12, 2017

Kobalt continues to raise capital in its race to modernize royalty collections. Read more at Tech Crunch.

When he was still at Google Ventures, Bill Maris led a round of funding into music royalty collecting startup Kobalt, to make one of the VC arms bigger bets in the world of digital music. Now that he’s moved on to start another firm, he’s taking a step to re-up his interests in the company. Today, Kobalt announced that Mari...

September 26, 2017

Post from Bloomberg Article

Carlin America Inc., owner of rights to Elvis Presley, AC/DC and Billie Holiday music, is close to an agreement to sell to Round Hill Music, the owner of early Beatles hits “She Loves You” and “I Saw Her Standing There,” according to three people with knowledge of the matter.

Carlin’s catalog of more than 100,000 songs could fetch $250 million, said the people, who asked not to be identified because t...

September 24, 2017

Royalty Exchange announced an ambitious new fund "Royalty Flow" to purchase the producers share of Eminem's catalog for $11m as well as other follow on royalty streams.

This is a unique offering in that they already have a catalog they are going to purchase and have an all or nothing approach.  Meaning, that if they don't raise the amount they need then the fund is void.

If you are an investor, I would highly suggest you read th...

September 16, 2017

Even with the climbing stock market, investors continue to look elsewhere for investments, and more and more are looking for Alternative Investments. Numerous marketplaces have been created to find alternative assets and some of those marketplaces are now offering different types of entertainment investment options.

Slated and Legion M have recently moved to provide investment in new movie productions and for music investors...

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The fund will be focused on purchasing steady income producing music royalties with low investment costs to pay out long term royalty dividends over the life of the copyrights.

Because of the risks involved in buying individual song royalties, which often cost 40-100k each, individual investors must purchase multiple songs to create a diversified portfolio of assets. This would guard against fluctuations of individual songs going in & out of favor on radio and/or streaming. This requires a large pool of capital which most individual investors can't direct towards this Alternative Investment. For this reason, it makes a Music Royalty Fund a great way for individuals to pool their resources to share in the rewards of having a stable pool of music royalties that span genres and market fluctuations over time.  


Having a dedicated Fund manager that has experience in finding, researching and closing royalty deals that maximize returns for investors is key. This would give estimated yearly returns of 8-11% with no correlation to the stock market. Consumers listen to music in good times and bad, year-in and year-out. And the owners of the royalties (you) profit every quarter.


Depending on investor needs, dividends can either be reinvested to purchase more royalty catalogs or distributed back to investors quarterly.

The post below will give some more details on how music royalties work, and why they are an excellent alternative investment. But please fill out the survey below that to indicate your interest in a fund like this.

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