Justin Bieber to sell the rights to his songs because he's running out of money to live on


In recent news released by The Wall Street Journal, it has been disclosed that  Justin Bieber is selling his music catalog for an amount of 200 million dollars., noting that the agreement would be with Hipgnosis Music. This would make him, at 28 years old, the youngest musician to sell the rights to his work.


In most cases, the sale of catalog rights is usually done by artists with a long career, such as Bob Dylan, Sting or Fleetwood Mac, all of them over 60 years old, and it has become common practice in recent years because album sales have dropped and they depend on touring to earn money.


In recent years, Bieber has bailed out on several concerts for various reasons, including the pandemic, but it has also been because he just didn't feel like it.

But this year’s had been due to health issues, but from what he posts on his Instagram, he's still giving himself a life that's costing him a lot of dollars.

The problem, according to the WSJ, is that out of that $200 million he has to split a lot of that money among all his collaborators, as he is not someone who usually writes his songs solo, but with other people.

But according to some sources close to the Canadian star, he is running out of money because of his daily excesses, which he doesn't seem to be willing to decrease, reason why, they assure, he is practically running out of money and this is causing him problems on a personal level with his wife.

No official agreement has been made yet, but everything indicates that it will be announced soon, as Bieber needs to have liquidity to fix his financial problems.

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