Through the blackx Music Fund, investors gain exposure to musical IP assets that are stable, have recurring income potential, and are less correlated to macroeconomic volatility. The Fund aims to offer investors an attractive and growing level of income, together with the potential for capital growth and more resilient portfolios.


Building and curating a diversified portfolio by acquiring catalogues that comprise the musical artworks of Asia’s most talented and important artists, songwriters and producers, as well as emerging talents.


Enriching Value through Music Copyrights As An Asset Class

Backed by deep expertise and experience, and trusted by creators, the blackx team taps into and unlocks the value of a wide range of investible music rights assets.

Driving Resilient Growth Across Diversified Portfolios
We invest in compositions, lyrics and master recordings across the diverse Asia-Pacific region, tapping into and unlocking the value of a wide range of investible music rights assets.
Creating and Unlocking Long-Term Value
blackx nurtures and enhances the yields of its portfolio assets to generate stable recurring income, and also capitalises on the potential to drive and unlock the built-up value of the assets via a trade sale over time.


Based in Singapore, blackx offers qualified investors access to songs and associated musical intellectual property rights

230 Songs

Acquires Catalog of Award-winning Asian Hits by Renowned Taiwanese Songwriter Frances Wang, Zhong Yan

Number of streams of top 50 tracks in blackx’s catalogs across global streaming platforms to date



Japan, Korea and China, are in the top 10 for global markets’ recorded music, accounting for 49.8% of global revenues of US$26.2B in 2022
[Source: IFPI report]


blackx's partners comprise the most talented and important artists, songwriters and producers in Asia, as well as emerging talents.


Frances Wang, Zhong Yan
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Tanya Chua
Producer / Singer-songwriter
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blackx and Asia’s music icon Tanya Chua embark on groundbreaking music rights partnership

Singapore-based Music Fund blackx and Asia’s Music Icon Tanya Chua Embark on Groundbreaking Music Rights Partnership To Drive Artistic Vision And Next Generation Content Renowned as Asia’s award-winning music icon, being the only artist ever to be awarded Taiwan’s Golden Melody Award a record-breaking 4 times blackx’s team of industry veterans will work with the best-selling […]

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Head of Business Operations

With over 20 years of international banking, financial markets, treasury and risk management experience across Asia Pacific and the Middle East, Hudson was most recently Head of Corporate and E-Solution Sales for Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation. Hudson has operating expertise in foreign exchange and derivatives sales and electronic foreign exchange trading, serving corporate and investment banking, project and structured financing, as well as private equity and credit fund clients.

Catherine CHOW

Chief Financial Officer, Greater China
Catherine brings extensive experience in Finance, acquisitions, distribution and IP, having served as Finance Director of Twentieth Century Fox (Taiwan) where she managed distribution, acquisitions and collaborations for 22 years. She was also a compliance officer and business partner in TCF’s Taiwan management team, and represented the company in the Motion Picture Association as well as Taiwan’s anti-piracy / IP associations.


Head of Japan

With extensive expertise in Japan as well as the UK, Hiroki has established himself as one of the most respected artist managers as Co-Founder of Giant Artist Management, ESEA Music, and EarthPercent. Widely recognised for consistently developing and delivering critically acclaimed, innovative, and globally successful artists in the last 15 years, the veteran music executive has worked with some of Japan’s biggest artists such as Fujii Kaze and Daiki Tsuneta. Hiroki has been actively connecting Asian artists and the world and strives to improve Asian representation in the global music industry.

Tanya Chua

Producer / Singer-songwriter

Renowned as Asia’s award-winning music icon, Tanya Chua is the only artist ever to be awarded Taiwan’s Golden Melody Award a record-breaking 4 times, and her multiple wins at the 2022 GMAs for “Album Of The Year” and “Best Mandarin Album” for her “DEPART” album also mark a first in the Awards’ history.

Frances Wang, Zhong Yan


An influential figure in the Chinese music industry, Taiwan-based Frances is highly sought after for her signature blend of poetic prose that showcases complex emotions.

Chiou Chiou

Head of Acquisition, Greater China
Chiou is an industry veteran in Greater China with an unparalleled network of deep relationships, who brings a wealth of experience from her previous roles as Head of Greater China at ADA and VP of Content Development at KKBOX. At KKBOX, she has led on projects with renowned artists such as Eason Chan, MayDay, and ?te (pronounced Why-te) amongst many others. At blackx, both executives will work closely with Garand Wu, President of Greater China.

Garand Wu

President, Greater China

Garand is a renowned veteran musician and former Managing Director of Universal Music (China), the world’s largest record company where he was responsible for whole-of-China business. During his tenure, he significantly expanded the company’s presence throughout China and led major initiatives, including Universal Music (China) being the first international major music company to launch multi-label operations in China.

With over 25 years of experience in senior industry roles that span live entertainment, media and music across Asia, Garand has extensive and vast knowledge of strategic music marketing and label management in Asia, particularly in the Greater China region. A senior A&R executive producer who has built connections between the East and West as well as brought domestic artists into the global arena, Garand has personally signed artists such as Ouyang Nana, Guo Ding, and Tanya Chua.

Garand is also an experienced IP creator, with expertise in copyright development and digitisation. He has led the development of innovative revenue channels that have reshaped the industry landscape and accelerated the trend of artists’ monetising content through direct engagement with fans. Today, he is widely recognised for his contributions to the digitisation and copyright development of the music industry in mainland China.

Originally from Taiwan, he was part of the founding team with UFO Records and has held senior positions in international companies such as EMI and MTV. 

Chee Meng Tan

Founder and CEO

Chee Meng has over 25 years of experience in senior roles across media, technology as well as both independent and major labels. Possessing unique insights and deep understanding of the music industry from all perspectives, Chee Meng brings expert knowledge of Asian cultural nuances and business practices. Chee Meng also led Spotify’s launch of the global streaming service in all the markets in Asia. 

With a proven track record in shaping the digital music landscape in Asia and driving explosive industry growth across the region in recent years, Chee Meng is the first and only Singaporean in history to appear twice on Billboard Magazine’s International Power Players List.

A sought-after industry thought leader, Chee Meng has spoken widely at events such as MIDEM (Cannes), Music Matters (Singapore), Golden Melody Awards Conference (Taiwan), Mu:Con (Korea). Today, he also advises several music and tech start-ups, both in Asia and internationally.