Songwriter Jenna Andrews, whose hits include songs performed by BTS, Drake, David Guetta and more, has sold her catalog to Warner Chappell Music, her management company Milk & Honey Music + Sports has announced. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
According to the announcement, the catalog is comprised of hundreds of songs from her time at Songs Music Publishing, Kobalt, Sony Music Publishing and Warner Chappell, where she is currently signed. It includes hits such as “Butter” and “Permission to Dance” by BTS, “Supalonely” by Benne and Gus Dapperton, “Always Been You” and “Pray” by Jessie Murph, “Heartbreak Anthem” by Galantis, David Guetta and LittleMix and the “July” remix by Noah Cyrus featuring Leon Bridges along with hits by Drake, Jessie J, Tori Kelly, Jennifer Lopez, The Band Perry and Sabrina Carpenter, and others.
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The Jenna Andrews catalog deal was managed by Milk & Honey Management founder/president Lucas Keller, partner Nic Warner, manager Justin Frazier and Warner Chappell senior VP of A&R and venture partners Rich Christina. Andrews was represented by Peter Lewit and David Wheatley from Davis, Shapiro, Lewit and Grabel, LLP and business manager Steve Rodriguez from Freemark.
Andrews says, “Being a singer/songwriter has meant everything to me and it’s crazy to see my dreams come to fruition and see the fruits of my labor… I’m so grateful for this new chapter, and happy that my family at Warner Chappell could be the ones to take care of my song babies, they have been such an amazing partner to me and I can’t think of a better home for these songs.”
Keller adds, “Jenna Andrews is a tour de force of a songwriter, producer and vocal producer and should be an inspiration to every aspiring female creator. This catalog includes so many incredible songs, and we are so pleased to see them land with the amazing people at Warner Chappell, where she is published. In many ways, Jenna is just getting started and the best is yet to come.”
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