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BBC – David Bowie’s estate has sold the publishing rights to his “entire body of work” to Warner Chappell Music, including hundreds of songs such as Space Oddity, Changes and Let’s Dance. WCM now has global music publishing rights to his song catalogue, the singer’s estate told the BBC. Variety suggested the deal was worth “upwards of $250m (£185m)”, but the terms of the agreement were not given. WCM head Guy Moot said they were “proud” to be “chosen as caretakers”. Bowie died of cancer in 2016. He was hailed as an extraordinary artist and genius in a huge global outpouring of tributes from fellow music stars, including Sir Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Brian Eno and Madonna among others.

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