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Native Tongue Goes Ultra

Native Tongue Goes Ultra

Native Tongue is thrilled to announce a sub-publishing agreement to represent Ultra Music Publishing in Australia and New Zealand.

The independent music publishing company works with a range of great artists, songwriters and producers from around the world, including Neil Ormandy (James Arthur, Eric Prydz), Xavier Dotson (Drake, Future, Gucci Mane), Carlton Mays (Travis Scott, A$AP Rocky), Jenson Vaughan (Kygo, OMI, Madonna), Deorro, Era Istrefi, and many more. A key player in electronic dance music, the company expands genres and has achieved continued success in the pop, urban, dance and reggae arena. The company has also placed its music into a myriad of film, TV, trailer, video game and other visual media projects.

Native Tongue has also signed an agreement for Ultra Music Publishing to represent its catalogue in Colombia and Mexico.

Managing Director of Native Tongue, Jaime Gough explains “We are extremely happy to be working with Ultra Music Publishing. Patrick and his team have assembled an amazing roster of songwriters that continue to achieve global success. Ultra's focus on sound administration paired with a pro-active approach to synch licensing made it a natural fit for our companies to begin working together”.


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