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2/6/18

Songwriter/DJ/producer Duke Dumont has signed a worldwide agreement with Kobalt that includes publishing administration for his future works and includes his share of Katy Perry’s “Swish Swish.”

A prolific remixer, Dumont was a key player in U.K. deep house music. His hits include “I Got U” and “Need U (100%),” which was nominated for a Grammy. He also uses the name Blasé Boys Club.

He produced Perry’s “Every Day is a Holiday” and “Swish Swish.”

“His talent as a producer and artist, and as someone who has been at the forefront of the U.K. and international house music scene, is very exciting to us and we welcome him to our ever growing creative roster," Senior Creative Director of Kobalt Dominique Keegan said.