The First Legal Website in Spanish to Bring Totally Free Lyrics
Radio PRISA closes an agreement with major music publishers and acquires the rights of almost 7 million lyrics for Buluba.com
PRISA Radio launches Buluba.com, the first legal website in Spanish of totally free lyrics, offering, as of today, a catalogue of 70,000 songs of all time and all styles, written by the most prestigious songwriters and performed by the greatest singers from then and now. In Buluba, lyrics ranging from those of Alejandro Sanz, Sinatra, Joaquín Sabina, Serrat, La Oreja de Van Gogh, Estopa, Quintero, León y Quirogalas, Shakira, Maná, Juanes or Pereza, to Adele, Lady Gaga, Amy Winehouse, REM, Coldplay, Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Mecano, Bruce Sprigsteeen, U2, Madonna, Queen Metallica, and many more, will all be available to users.
Buluba.com is an easy-to-use website, with a very intuitive navigation system, allowing users to locate their favorite songs, from the latest hits of today´s artists to the rhythms and beats of all time. The new site also allows visitors to share content with friends, link to their social networks, access the specific pages dedicated to each artist and their lyrics, print out text and even report any possible errors they may find.
Buluba.com offers a free, legal and quality database of the best music thanks to the license permitted by an agreement reached by PRISA Radio and the most relevant music editorials (EMI MUSIC, UNIVERSAL, SONY MUSIC ATV, PEERMUSIC ESPAÑOLA, M20, WARNER/ CHAPELL, MUSIC, BMG RIGHTS, UNIÓN MUSICAL EDICIONES, EDICIONES QUIROGA, CLIPPERS, Blanco y Negro, amongst many others), manifesting PRISA Radio´s commitment to the defense and promotion of author´s rights.
PRISA Radio, PRISA´s radio corporation dedicated to news, music, entertainment and sports, is the main Spanish-speaking group of radios, with more than 26 million listeners and seven million users online (according to comScore) and more than 1,200 stations (some of them belonging entirely to PRISA Radio and others being participant and associated stations), in 10 different countries (Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, U.S.A, Spain, Méximo, Panama, Ecuador and Guatemala