Bulgarian Association of Music Producers

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The Bulgarian Association of Music Producers (or BAMP; Bulgarian: Българска асоциация на музикалните продуценти) tracks the success of music compositions on Bulgarian airplay, and it is a non-profit organization that controls music production companies in that country.[1] Founded in 1996, it defends the rights of producers and distributors of popular music.[1] According to their official website, the main focus of their association is: "to assist the competent authorities in organizing and coordinating activities related to the fight against music piracy."[1] In 1999, it gained recognition as a national group of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), which advocates record companies worldwide.[1] They track charted music both from Bulgarian artists and international acts using Nielson SoundScan.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e "БАМП – Българската асоциация на музикалните продуценти" (in Bulgarian). Retrieved 17 September 2013.

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