Red Hot Chili Peppers have reportedly sold the rights to their catalogue.
The band join a growing number of artists cashing in, with catalogue sales becoming a major talking point for legacy artists.
Bob Dylan recently sold his catalogue for $300 million, while Neil Young followed suit, offloading 50% of his catalogue for $150 million.
The sale would include all 11 of the band's studio albums, a run that stretches from their 1982 formation to the present day.
Neither party has commented on the news.
Hipgnosis are major players in the catalogue buy-in, snapping up the likes of Shakira, former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, and producer Jimmy Iovine in the past 12 months alone.
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