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Atlanta hip-hop producer Trevon Campbell, aka XL, has signed a worldwide publishing deal with Reservoir while Reservoir/Reverb Music has signed U.K. rapper Fekky to a global deal. 

The Campbell deal includes XL’s entire catalog including his hit “T-Shirt” performed by Migos. His first hit, “You” with Oshea, racked up more than 16m streams on Pandora. He has collaborated with Future, Lil Uzi Vert, 21 Savage and others. He's pictured at right with Reservoir SVP Faith Newman, who observed that there's no way Campbell's T-shirt is an XL.

Fekky’s entire catalog, including his debut studio album, El Clasico, and future works are part of his deal. Signed to Island Records UK, Fekky’s releases include “Call Me Again”, “Way Too Much” and “Avirex.”

"Signing Fekky out of the UK office is a continuation of our commitment to recognizing Reservoir/Reverb Music's belief in the staying power of hip-hop at the forefront of music culture and our global approach to diversity in music,” said Reservoir/Reverb Managing Director Annette Barrett.