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DUA LIPA INKS DEAL WITH WCM
4/3/24

Dua Lipa’s media and management company, Radical22, has signed a global administration deal with Warner Chappell Music for its publishing arm.

Warner Chappell Music CEO Guy Moot and Lipa’s manager (and father) Dugi Lipa arranged the bespoke agreement. It follows the previously announced news of Lipa acquiring her publishing outright from Tap Publishing.

“It’s been a long road, but I am very happy to finally own my publishing thanks in large part to the dedication of my manager, Dugi’s work over the past two years,” Lipa said. “My music is my life’s work, and it’s important for me to be the person who decides what happens with it. The creation of Radical22 marked an exciting time for me personally and professionally, and I am looking forward to the work my team and I will do and to having a home base for my creative endeavors.”

In addition to Radical22 Publishing, Lipa has added Radical22 Productions to the company’s umbrella along with global style, culture and society editorial platform Service95, all of which are fully owned by the British artist.

Among the first of Radical22’s production projects is the recently announced Disney+ documentary series Camden. Produced by Lightbox in association with Day One Pictures and Radical22, in which Dua and Dugi both serve as executive producers, the series tells the story of how one small corner of North London shaped the lives and careers of many iconic music acts.