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Zee Music Company

Zee Music Company (ZMC) is an Indian music company, a subsidiary of Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. It carries its business activities mainly from Mumbai. The company was formed in the year 2014 and within a short span of time has captured a major chunk of market shares in bollywood music.

Zee Music Company
Industry Music
Founded 21 February, 2014
Headquarters Mumbai, India
Key people
Vinay Guwalani (Digital Head), Anurag Bedi (Business Head)
Services Music
Owner Subhash Chandra,
Punit Goenka
Parent Zee Entertainment Enterprises



During the launch of the company in 2014, Punit Goenka, CEO and Managing Director of Zee Entertainment Enterprises, the parent company of Zee Music Company said- " the music industry is a large playing field and there is scope to explore the opportunity in this market. Technology has also emerged as a key transformer of the music industry and digital revenues are driving growth in the market. Since we are a content company, it is essential to own intellectual property as content is the king."[1]

Since then, it has entered stiff competition against T-Series. The journey began with Hawaa Hawaai and since then, it has extended itself to various reprise and acoustic cover versions of its own songs. Some of its most successful music rights deals include those with Fox Star Studios, UTV Software Communications, Balaji Motion Pictures, Excel Entertainment, Viacom 18 Motion Pictures and Bhansali Productions.

Acquisitions and commercial trade activitiesEdit

Zee Music Company has acquired music rights of Indian films produced by Disney India's ABCD 2 and Dangal, UTV's Fitoor and Katti Batti and Balaji Motion Pictures' A Flying Jatt and Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3.[2]

Online video streaming platform "Dekho" had tied up with Zee Music Company for its Premium platform. "Dekho" will gain the global rights to the Zee music label's extensive music library, which will allow its users to access over 1,000 music videos from Zee Music Company.[3][4]

Soundtracks under acquisitionEdit


Some of the company's most popular bollywood albums include:











Regional filmsEdit


Some of the Bangla cinema albums include:


Some of the Tollywood albums include:


Some of the Kollywood albums include:


Some of the Kannada cinema albums include:


Some of the Punjabi cinema albums include:


Some of the Malayalam cinema albums include:


Some of the Marathi cinema albums include:

Urdu (Pakistan)

Some of the Lollywood albums include:


  1. ^ "Zeel forays into the music label space with Zee Music Company". Retrieved 19 April 2017. 
  2. ^ "Zee music company acquires music rights of it Disney balaji films". 8 April 2015. Retrieved 19 April 2017. 
  3. ^ "Dekho partners with zee music videos". Press Trust of India. 9 February 2017. Retrieved 19 April 2017 – via Business Standard. 
  4. ^ Parikh, Urvi (20 August 2015). "Zee Music Company bags music rights". Pinkvilla. Retrieved 19 April 2017.