Grammy Award Winner Daniel Caesar Signs Global Publishing Deal with Warner Chappell Music
Warner Chappell Music has entered into a global administration agreement with Grammy Award-winning singer / songwriter Daniel Caesar. The deal encompasses the entire catalog and future works of Caesar, including his groundbreaking “Best Part” ft. HER and “Get You” ft. Kali Uchis. Each of these records has racked up over 600 million streams worldwide, earning Caesar worldwide notoriety, with “Best Part” earning him a Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance. Most recently, Caesar collaborated with Justin Bieber on the hit single “Peaches”, which reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and Global 200 cards.
Warner Chappell Music Co-President and CEO Guy Moot said, “Daniel has an intimate approach to songwriting that is incredibly appealing. His ability to articulate complex emotions and feelings into beautiful lyrics and melodies is truly unmatched. I have worked with Daniel in the past and am incredibly grateful to be in business again with such a poignant storyteller as he tackles this next chapter of his career. ”
Warner Chappell Music, President of A&R USA, Ryan Press, said, “Daniel has set a new standard for touching songwriters around the world with his deeply passionate writing style. He puts his heart and his soul into it. soul in every verse and it really is felt when you. I am excited about what the future has in store for us and all of us at Warner Chappell look forward to supporting him on this journey. ”
Daniel Caesar is a Grammy Award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter. After independently releasing two critically acclaimed EPs – Praise break in 2014 and The pilgrim’s paradise in 2015 – he released his first album, Freudian in 2017, which was subsequently nominated for two Grammy Awards for Best R&B Album and Best R&B Performance for “Get You”. The following year, Caesar won the Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance for his hit “Best Part”.
Caesar recently co-wrote and appeared in Justin Bieber’s mega-hit, “Peaches”. Since its release in March 2021, the song has reached No. 1 on the Top 40 and Rhythmic Radio charts, and has amassed over 809 million streams on Spotify alone.
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