Known for developing talent and new music business technologies, as an entrepreneur, agent, manager, label executive, consultant, producer, and music supervisor, Singerman represented R.E.M., Gipsy Kings, James Brown, Suzanne Vega, Violent Femmes, 10,000 Maniacs, Smithereens, Fela Kuti, Bad Brains, pre-Beastie Boys, and King Sunny Ade, among many other artists, and record companies such as Roadrunner in their US launch.
Robert directed the EU funded European Music Ofﬁce, US, French Music Export Ofﬁce, North America and the Brasil Music Exchange in North America and has directed Trade Missions in many countries for A2IM, CIMA, ABMI, Sounds from Spain and Sounds Australia; working with many global music conferences.
His main mission is giving music subtitling solutions, so that music becomes truly global, through the universal understanding of the lyrics. He’s been working at LyricFind, as VP, International Publishing, to license and then market the rights to monetize legal lyrics and lyric translations from the publishers and songwriters around the globe on all digital and mobile platforms and devices.
He’s given keynote speeches, moderated panels and spoken at conferences and Universities worldwide, including YouBloom Dublin, NYU, SIM Sao Paulo, Brazil Ministry of Culture, Rio Info, Rio Music Buzz, Canadian Music Week, Westway Lab, BIME, MaMa, SXSW, Midem, Womex, CMJ, NMS, SyncSummit, Digital Hollywood, Reeperbahn, Caribbean Music Summit, Medimex, FIM, Circlulart, Live at Heart, Waves, WAMI, SF Music Tech, Popkomm, Midem, Mondo, Jamaica’s Tourism Summit and Reggae Month, and the World Cultural Economic Forum. He’s created cabmtmt.com CAB Music Trade Mission Tour, on it’s third year in 2018.
LyricFind and legal lyric translations are his main focus, and he consults other companies such as imusic-school.com, Dotmusic, (.MUSIC), Canadian Music Week, SIM SP, and is on the Board of Directors/Advisors of Songtradr, Marcato and Make Music New York. Robert’s a partner in Mondo, imusic-school iberoamerica, Heaven11, YouBloom and SyncSummit, among other music and tech companies.