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Amaarae Signs Global Publishing Deal with Concord Music Publishing & enlists for Grammy Consideration! – Full Details

Notably one of Ghana’s major music exports within the past decade, Amaarae has clocked a global publishing deal with Concord Music Publishing, in partnership with Immensum Music and has made an attempt at the upcoming Grammy Awards.

The deal covers Amaarae’s entire catalog including her recently released album, “Fountain Baby” and future projects.

Amaarae expressed her excitement,saying, â€śI feel very much at home among Concord’s roster of stellar artists.” 

Jeremy Yohai, SVP, A&R at Concord Music Publishing, highlighted her unique songwriting. “Amaarae’s unique vision and approach to songwriting place her as one of the most exciting new voices in pop music”

Immensum Music founder Koch Okoye called the deal a significant achievement, having followed Amaarae’s career closely.

This collaboration promises to further elevate Amaarae’s distinctive musical style on the global stage.

Furthermore, she has filed for consideration at the upcoming Grammy Awards with her recent album “Fountain Baby”!

This follows similar attempts by Ghanaian stars Stonebwoy, Rocky Dawuni and MOGmusic also looking for a nod at the upcoming Grammy Awards.

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Emmanuel Ghansah, Ghana Music

Singer, Songwriter, scriptwriter, blogger, lover of the creative arts, brands and communications expert.

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