Sony Music chief executive was made a CBE PR firm got stars including James Corden to lobby for him 


The chief executive of Sony Music was made a CBE in the New Year’s honours list after an £18,000-a-month PR firm chased nomination letters from celebrities including James Corden, the Daily Mail can reveal.

Leaked emails reveal the behind-the-scenes work carried out in an attempt to secure a knighthood for Rob Stringer – the record boss who signed Adele and One Direction to Columbia before moving to Sony in 2017.

The astonishing messages reveal:

  • Mr Stringer met the British consul general…



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