Patrick Moxey’s Extremely Worldwide Music Publishing launches Hidden Gem three way partnership with producer Diamond Pistols


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Extremely Worldwide Music Publishing has introduced a brand new collaboration with Los Angeles-based producer Diamond Pistols, to launch a music publishing firm, referred to as Hidden Gem.

The launch of the brand new publishing firm comes two weeks after Extremely Worldwide Music Publishing opened a brand new artistic hub in Nigeria, marking the corporate’s enlargement in West Africa.

Elsewhere, in January, Extremely Worldwide Music Publishing acquired the catalog of Grammy-winning producer Zaytoven.

The primary signing to Hidden Gem has been introduced as Jutes, described by Extremely Worldwide Music Publishing as “a frequent collaborator with Demi Lovato, Iann Dior, Illenium, Huddy, Arizona Zervas and others”.

Diamond Pistols aka Christian Dold has achieved numerous multi-Platinum & Gold certifications lately.

After securing a Billboard 200 High 40 for his manufacturing efforts on Jackson Wang’s Mirrors, he produced Edamame by bbno$ ft. Wealthy Brian, which charted within the High 50 on Spotify in 13 nations and has now collected greater than 275 million streams on the platform.

Diamond Pistols has additionally produced for artists comparable to Blackbear, Joji, 24kGoldn, Wealthy Brian, Bulow, Lil Pump, Khea, DVBBS, and plenty of extra.

He lately produced and engineered DJ Snake ft. Rick Ross and Wealthy Brian single Run It, which was featured on the Marvel film Shang Chi, together with on the Soundtrack and world trailer.

Los Angeles-based Jutes’ latest cuts embody Illenium, Iann Dior, Demi Lovato, Huddy, Arizona and Zervasa amongst others.

Diamond Pistols mentioned: “I’ve been a fan of Jutes for years, and knew he was going to win the second we received within the studio collectively for the primary time. I’m proud to now name him a pal and accomplice and couldn’t ask for anybody higher to begin this subsequent journey with.

“Massive shout out to my fam at Extremely Publishing for being the glue that helped make all of it occur.”

“Diamond Pistols is a confirmed hit-maker who we help right here at Extremely Music Publishing, so when he introduced the chance to deliver Jutes into the household it was a no brainer.”

Andreas Rizek, Extremely Worldwide Music Publishing

Extremely Worldwide Music Publishing’s Andreas Rizek mentioned: “I couldn’t be extra enthusiastic about partnering with Hidden Gem to take the following step in Jutes’ profession.

“Diamond Pistols is a confirmed hit-maker who we help right here at Extremely Music Publishing, so when he introduced the chance to deliver Jutes into the household it was a no brainer.

“To work with long-time buddies on this business is a valuable gem, a uncommon alternative to deliver ardour and camaraderie to the method of making and sharing their work with the world.”

Jutes mentioned: “They are saying don’t combine enterprise with friendship however I’ve all the time labored one of the best once I’m surrounded by individuals I belief. Even past music the crew at Hidden Gem and Extremely have had my again for years, so signing with them was a no brainer. Very grateful for the idea Hidden Gem has in me to make me their first signee.”Music Enterprise Worldwide


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