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Phrased Differently Sign with Native Tongue

Phrased Differently Sign with Native Tongue

Native Tongue is excited to announce a sub-publishing agreement with boutique UK publisher Phrased Differently for Australia and New Zealand.

The London-based company was founded in 2006, and has since managed over 1,500 song placements. These include over 60 No. 1's, 250 top 10 records, 50 platinum records and 60 gold records around the world coming from a roster of 17 writers, including 8 artists signed to major labels.

The Phrased Differently team focus on their love of songs in all shapes and forms. This has seen them place songs with artists including Kygo, Ariana Grande, Calvin Harris, Iggy Azalea, Miley Cyrus, Britney, David Guetta, Avicii, Craig David, Robin Schulz, Tiesto, Little Mix, Olly Murs, Backstreet Boys, Kiiara, Galantis and many more.

Managing Director of Native Tongue, Jaime Gough explains “Within minutes of meeting Hiten and Dan we knew this would be the beginning of an exciting and successful relationship. They are true music lovers, constantly focused on where the next great song will come from and where they can place it. Their success speaks for itself and the scary thing is they are just getting started!”

Founder & Managing Director of Phrased Differently, Hiten Bharadia added “Even before we met Jaime and his team, Native Tongue felt like a Sister Company. Their independent spirit, values, work ethic and ambitions are very much aligned with ours and I love nothing better than working with like-minded and like-hearted people!”

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