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Following two consecutive years of contraction, trade earnings from recorded-music in Brazil have risen for two years in a row.


  • Streaming was the sole growth driver, with income from access services more than offsetting a big drop in sales of physical formats as well as a dip in performance rights and lower revenue from synchronization.

Features and Benefits

  • Details all of the main sectors of the Brazilian music industry.
  • Assesses the recorded-music sector, music retailing, record company market shares, digital infrastructure forecasts, rights collections, and the live-music sector.

Key questions answered

  • What share of recorded-music trade sales came from paid subscriptions last year?
  • By how much will spending on ticket sales to live music events rise by 2023?

Table of contents

Recorded music

  • Brazil now a streaming-dominated market

Music retail

  • International services dominate subscription provision
  • Assessing Brazil's digital music opportunity

Copyright protection and rights administration

  • Copyright reform and pending legislation
  • Royalty collections


  • Popular center for festivals in the region


  • Methodology
  • Author

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