The 100 Percenters was founded by Grammy Award Winning singer/songwriter/producer, Tiffany Red, in July of 2020. After going viral for speaking out about penning Kpop hit, “Boss” by NCT, and how poorly she was compensated for it, Red decided to create an organization that advocates for people like her. The organization attracted powerhouse singer/songwriter, Blush, as she also experienced similar struggles as Red. Together Red and Blush began speaking out on unfair pay for songwriters.
WHAT DO WE DO?
The 100 Percenters is a non-profit organization that advocates for the music creative community. Since its inception, The 100 Percenters Foundation has collected over 2,400 signatures on a petition demanding fair access to publishing, points, fees, and per diem. They’ve raised almost $5,000 and given out seven $500 grants.
We advocate for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) and marginalized music creatives in the music creative community. Our goal is for underrepresented groups who participate in the creative process to have equitable access to opportunities, revenue streams, and education.