Federation Of Reggae Music
Federation Of Reggae Music (FORM) is the UK Reggae Trade and Development Association. Established in March 1995 by Delroy Washington and other Talent Corporation International (TCI) Network members. FORM exists to tackle problems experienced by reggae music makers creating, marketing and distributing their musical works. Central to FORM objectives is to improve and raise reggae's quality, standard and profile.
UK UNSIGNED is organised by SABA, a UK registered performing arts charity. Over the past 10 years, we have become the biggest producer of showcases and talent development in the UK. Our aim is to promote and develop unsigned UK based performers, giving them a platform to showcase their skills to the industry.
Reggae Star Factor
Reggae Star Factor is the first talent competition of its kind in the UK. Its principal aim is to provide a platform where aspiring reggae artistes can showcase their talent to a wider audience.
Britain's Got Reggae
Britain’s Got Reggae (BGR) offers a syncopated spin on the popular television franchise and aims to give unsigned UK reggae artists opportunities and exposure in a competitive field.
Black Women In the Arts
Black Women in the Arts have been working with Black women artistes for more than 19yrs. We’ve learned tough lessons and had great success. Discover how we can help you to achieve the results and success you deserve.
Performing Right Society
PRS for Music is the home of PRS and MCPS, representing the rights of over 111,000 members in the UK. We license organisations to play, perform or make available copyright music on behalf of our members and those of overseas societies, distributing the royalties to them fairly and efficiently. We promote and protect the value of copyright.
Mechanical-Copyright Protection Society
The MCPS represents its members’ mechanical rights and collects royalties for the use of songs in records and other physical carriers of music. It is now linked with the PRS.
Phonographic Performance Limited
Established in 1934, PPL exists to ensure that those who invest their time, talent and money to make recorded music are fairly paid for their work. PPL licenses recorded music played in public or broadcast and then distributes the licence fees to its performer and recording rightholder members.