- reportageThe last payment of the year takes place on the 15th of December. Various sources are included, such as radio, background music and cinema.
- 21 November 2020
STIM launches app for songwritersToday, STIM, the Swedish Collecting Society, launches its very first mobile app, offering songwriters and composers full access to their royalty data.
About our payment on November 17thStreaming money on the way! In November our payment includes music played in digital services, such as Spotify, Deezer, Youtube and Mixcloud.
International Top Charts – Week 3Stim-affiliated songwriters & composers on international top charts.
Billboard Hot 100, Spotify Global Top 50, UK Singels Top 40 and Shazam Global Top 100.
1st - SIXTONES Albin Nordqvist, Chris Meyer, Mattias Olofsson, Anders Dannvik, Jimmy Claesson, Andreas Öberg, Stefan Ekstedt, Samuel Waermö, Ninos Hanna Billboard Japan Hot 100
Sweet Melody - Little Mix Oliver Frid (Parx Publishing/Warner Chappell) UK Top 40
Blinding Lights - The Weeknd Max Martin (MXM/Kobalt), Oscar Holter (Wolf Cousins/Warner Chappell) Billboard Hot 100
Save your tears - The Weeknd Max Martin (MXM/Kobalt), Oscar Holter (Wolf Cousins/Warner Chappell) Shazam Global Top 100
The Business - Tiësto Julia Karlsson (Warner Chappell/The Very Good), Anton Rundberg (Warner Chappell/The Very Good) Shazam Global Top 100
Kings & Queens - Ava Max Jakke Erixson Billboard Hot 100
Diamonds - Sam Smith Shellback (MXM/Kobalt Publishing), Oscar Görres (Wolf Cousing/Warner Chappell) Shazam Global Top 100
Breaking Me - A7S, Topic Alexander Tidebrink (Universal Publishing) Shazam Global Top 100
Arcade - Duncan Lawrence Joel Sjöö Shazam Global Top 100
Lasting Lover - Sigala, James Arthur Joakim Jarl (Lateral/Kobalt Publishing) Shazam Global Top 100