The star’s songwriting performance royalties will now be collected by the for-profit group, in a deal which sees Adele leave behind her long-standing deal with BMI.
“We are humbled and grateful to have been selected to represent Adele’s performing rights in the United States,” said John Josephson, SESAC Chairman and CEO.
“We are humbled and grateful to have been selected to represent Adele’s performing rights in the United States.”
“With each new release, she surpasses her own prior record of achievement and confirms her place as a global superstar in a category all her own.”
Multi-Grammy winning Adele has sold a combined 58m records of her past two albums, 21 and 25, around the world.
The star just completed a multi-year international tour, and performed her finale in the U.K. at London’s Wembley Stadium.Music Business Worldwide