Music Producer Killbeatz Signs A Global Deal With Peermusic UK

“I’m full of energy, new ideas, and super excited to get my productions back onto the international music scene. I can’t wait to get started”, said Killbeatz.

Peermusic UK has signed Ghanaian record producer, Joseph Addison, professionally known as Killbeatz, to a global deal.

Nigel Elderton, President, Europe & MD of Peermusic U.K says he’s “delighted to be formalising their relationship with Killbeatz and to help further support the great success he has already achieved”.

“We look forward to working closely with him and his team to plug him into our international roster. With our network of offices we will be able to provide Killbeatz with access to music markets around the world. This deal was a real team effort as everyone from my royalty, sync and creative departments have been very committed to having Joseph on our UK roster”, he added.

Killbeatz also indicated that, “this has been a long time coming! My career journey to this point hasn’t been easy, but I am really grateful for the patience and kindness shown to me by the team at peermusic; my manager, David Prince Yeboah; and my lawyer, Paul Spraggon at SSB”.

“I’m full of energy, new ideas, and super excited to get my productions back onto the international music scene. I can’t wait to get started!”

Killbeatz has worked with the likes of Fuse ODG, Sarkodie, Efya, Ed Sheeran, Wande Coal, Wyclef Jean and Sean Paul.

Peermusic is a global independent music publisher with 36 offices in 28 countries around the world (covering all 6 major continents). They were the first company to publish songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones and The Pretty Things.

The company seeks to develop and support promising new songwriters and artists. Peermusic also represent a large catalogue of master recordings via their US-based affiliate, Peer Southern Productions Inc. as well as through acquisitions and agreements in the UK with companies like Sunny Records, Donovan Discs and their own label, Spark Records, which was established in the 1960s.

Team KobbyKyeiNews says Congratulations, Killbeatz.

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