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Proud partners of MOBO UnSung 2018 

PRS Foundation are the UK’s leading funder of new music and talent development across all genres. They invest in the future of music by supporting talent development and new music across the UK. Since March 2000 they have supported over 6,300 new music initiatives to the tune of over £29.5 million, through open grant schemes which are available to musicians and organisations and partnership programmes such as MOBO UnSung.





Arts Council England champion, develop and invest in artistic and cultural experiences that enrich people's lives. They support activities across the arts, museums and libraries – from theatre to digital art, reading to dance, music to literature, and crafts to collections. Between 2018 and 2022, they will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government and an estimated £860 million from the National Lottery to help create these experiences for as many people as possible across the country.





PRS for Music collect royalties through licensing agreements with music users. These licences cover all kinds of music use, whether it’s for digital, broadcast or public performance. PRS for Music are committed to protecting the value of music and ensuring our members are represented, that is why they fight music piracy and tackle the changes that digital has brought to the industry They support their members by influencing policy, supporting and hosting awards and events, and investing in new technology to ensure they are fit for the digital music age.





Tileyard is a 100,000 sq. ft complex featuring Tileyard Studios, state of the art music studios and office spaces which provide a home to a wide spectrum of companies predominantly operating in the music, film & television, fashion and creative tech sectors.  Tileyard comprises of four offspring businesses including Tileyard Studios and Tileyard Music, a management, publishing, and record company home to writers, producers, and artists, both signed and in development including Ella Eyre and Tiggs Da Author.







TuneCore an artist company helping artists get their music distributed all over the world whilst keeping 100% of their revenue and music royalties. In 2006, they partnered with digital stores to allow any musician to sell their songs worldwide while keeping 100% of their sales revenue. Today, TuneCore is the world’s leading digital music aggregator, helping to get music played in over 150 digital stores and streaming services across 100+ countries worldwide.





Link Up TV has evolved from its humble beginning as a YouTube channel, establishing itself as a leading platform of music and entertainment for rising talent to develop. With a host of artists to have featured on the various facets of Link Up TV, such as the freestyle series “Behind Barz: or “Live Sessions”. Link Up TV’s collective efforts have helped shine a light on prospective youngsters across the country.





Elstree UTC is the Industry school or media production and the creative arts. Their curriculum is designed to ensure strong foundations in fundamental academic subjects and build on these with vocational, expressive and industry relevant studies. Industry partners, along with their own media production company provides opportunities for students to experience working in the technical arts and culture industry.




The Hospital Club a unique private members club in the heart of Covent Garden, London, that facilitates members of the creative industries to Connect, Collaborate and Create. Now in its second decade the Club has gone from strength to strength with the creation of the new charitable h Club Foundation, its commitment to sustainability and much more.