Chance TV Has A Juicy Interview with Star CeCe Peniston

CeCe Peniston shares the Dark Side of The Music Industry & Lizzo Lawsuit
By: Bridget O'Brien PR
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NEW YORK - June 4, 2020 - PRLog -- At 11, CeCe Peniston said my name is going to be up in lights. She had no idea how globally famous she would become. Catch the interview and watch her knock out 7 octaves! CeCe was discovered at 19, her 1st time in studio, by Manny Lehman from A&R after he heard "Finally" and her signature sound. Fame soon followed.
CeCe was personally requested by President Clinton to sing at inauguration.
CeCe has a new book she has begun working on and announced she is creating her own brand of eye lashes and skin care line.

The Music industry can be very deceptive to artists.  Promoters do not want to pay artists money the same money if they feel the artist is struggling.
"If an artist does not stay on tour they do not get paid properly unless they are recouped"
Ways the music business screws the artists. Streaming pays nothing  Everything is online, everything can be downloaded through a subscription service. You don't get paid or fully paid, if your name is spelled wrong on the service, if the song is spelled wrong, if it is a remix, if is a featuring, if it is a Cece Peniston featuring (so and so, they take an old song and make a new body of work out of it that doesn't include you , or they add themselves on as a singer and they are the producer, you're not getting paid.

How movie studio who made "Priscilla, Queen of the Desert" tried to dupe CeCe out of her Royalties. Cece Peniston's hit song "Finally" played at the beginning of the movie and the end. The studio, called her song "Finally" at the beginning "Overture" and called her song "Finally" at the end "Finale." Thereby, they now are two legally different bodies of work and now they have different ISRC Code (International Standard Recording Code.) And if someone else signed that ISRC code under their ASCAP, ( The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers) or signed the ISRC code under their BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc. ) license. It makes millions of dollars and artist will not get paid anything.

CeCe explains her lawsuit against Lizzo to ChanceTV in these terms: "it is not really if someone samples, it is the licensing that is put in place for the sampling, so its not if someone uses your body of music ….it is what been put in place before-hand or during that makes sure that the artist is properly compensated."

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