Eminem’s Music Catalog Will Hit the Stock Exchange for Public Ownership

Eminem’s Music Catalog Will Hit the Stock Exchange for Public Ownership 

Posted: 9:50 pm Wednesday, September 27th, 2017

By Danny Serrano

A company is now giving Eminem fans a chance to buy shares and own a piece of the rapper’s hit music catalog.

The Bass Brothers production team developed Eminem and signed him to a record deal that was later transferred to Dr. Dre’s Aftermath Records. The team still gets royalties from Eminem’s sales, streams and music licensing.

Now the producers are planning to offer part of that multimillion-dollar royalty stream on the stock market, in a deal that’s considered to be the first of its kind.

The producers and their partners have filed papers with the Securities Exchange Commission to get a spot on the stock exchange. Eminem continues to earn his own money from his songs and recordings, and he’s not involved in the new royalty sale.

Despite the fact that Eminem has not released any new albums since 2013, he is still one of the biggest streaming successes, ranking number 11 among all artists.