International sales from UK music acts increased 20% in 2022, with more than 400 tracks exceeding 100m streams each.
An estimated 14.4m people, including more than a million overseas fans, travelled to UK music events in 2022.
Funding to help UK music acts break into international markets has been increased.
Harry Styles was a big winner as the BRIT Awards 2023 with MasterCard showcased successful UK music acts.
For the first time, UK artists occupied in the top 10 places in the list of 2022's best selling singles.
Progress on gender and ethnicity in the music industry has been mixed, with more steps needed to improve representation.
Indie labels’ share of the UK music market was 28.6% for the first 10 months of 2022, up from 26.9% for the whole of 2021.
The BRIT Awards 2023 take place on Saturday February 11th, chaired by Damian Christian of Atlantic Records.
UK music exports grew 13.7% to a record £590.8m in 2021, with nearly 400 UK acts achieving more than 100m global audio streams each.
Nearly two thirds of the UK's 300 top-selling albums were produced by acts from outside London.
Almost 27 per cent of UK music consumption is from independent labels, according to the BPI, the music label industry body.
UK recorded music revenues rose 12.8% in 2021 to reach £1.262 billion, according to data published by the BPI industry association.
Adele, Little Simz and other female music makers led the winners at the 2022 BRIT Awards.
2021 was another strong year for music consumption in the UK, official data shows.
New British bands have made more impact in 2021 than in recent years, according to music body the BPI.
UK music label exports have broken the £500m barrier for the first time.
Increased digital activity was part of a night for female success at the BRITS Awards 2021.
5G, AI and the Metaverse are among developments predicted to affect the music industry in the coming decade.
The British Music Industry and Department for International Trade are hosting a webinar on opportunities in Nigeria for UK music businesses.
Anti-piracy policies have been agreed by creative industry groups, and Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
UK Music CEO welcomes ruling music recording and production can continue under restrictions
Jamie Njoku-Goodwin is appointed CEO of UK Music, the collective voice of the UK music industry.
UK Music publishes its 2020 Workforce Diversity Survey and a 10-point action plan.
Music contributed £5.8bn to the UK economy in 2019 but needs help to restore its growth because of Covid-19, industry leaders warned.
UK music businesses are invited on a trade mission to China.
Latest data on the UK music industry from the 2019 Music By Numbers Report.
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The Global Music Report from the IFPI estimates that global revenues in the music market grew by 9.7 per cent during 2018.
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