Income Divisions Reveals SM Found A Way Around That Slave Contract Law & YG Is The Place To Be

Recently income divisions for all the major agencies were revealed.

SM

Contract years: 7

Physical sales: Company (95), Artist (5)

Physical sales renewed: Company (90), Artist (10)

Events: Company (60), Artist (40)

Overseas promotions: Company (30), Artist (70)

Note: Divides income even if they didn’t reach break-even point

YG

Contract years: 5

Physical sales: Company (50), Artist (50)

Physical sales renewed: Company (30), Artist (70)

Events: Company (40), Artist (60)

Overseas promotions: Company (50), Artist (50)

Note: Divides income even if they didn’t reach break-even point

JYP

Contract years: 7

Physical sales: Company (50), Artist (50)

Physical sales renewed: Company (50), Artist (50)

Events: Company (60), Artist (40)

Overseas promotions: Company (50), Artist (50)

Note: Divides income even if they didn’t reach break-even point

FNC

Contract years: 7

Physical sales: Company (70), Artist (30)

Physical sales renewed: Company (50), Artist (50)

Events: Company (60), Artist (40)

Overseas promotions: Company (50), Artist (50)

Note: Doesn’t divide income if they didn’t reach break-even point

DSP

Contract years: 5

Physical sales: Company (50), Artist (50)

Physical sales renewed: Company (50), Artist (50)

Events: Company (50), Artist (50)

Overseas promotions: Company (50), Artist (50)

Note: Divides income even if they didn’t reach break-even point

JYPFNC and DSP’s divisions are as I would expect things to be, but YG and SM were the real shockers. Basically, YG is the place to be if you’re and artist while if you’re at SM…you’re screwed, particularly if you’re a group like f(x) who barely do overseas promotions.

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