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MIKE WILL RETURNS TO WARNER CHAPPELL

Grammy winning producer, songwriter and executive Mike WiLL Made-It is returning to Warner Chappell Music with an exclusive worldwide publishing deal. Along with modern classics like Beyoncé's "Formation," Rae Sremmurd's "Black Beatles" and Kendrick Lamar's "Humble," Mike WiLL has produced recent hits including Polo G's "Go Crazy," Gunna's "Dollaz on My Head" and Kane Brown's latest single "Be Like That" f/Swae Lee and Khalid

WCM President of A&R, U.S., Ryan Press, said: "Mike is one of the most talented and accomplished producer-songwriters of our time, with some of the biggest hip-hop and pop anthems of the past decade under his name. From the creation of our joint venture with Ear Drummer Entertainment to the development of new talent, Mike’s been a long-time business partner and close friend. I can’t wait to see what we’ll do together in his next chapter at Warner Chappell."

Mike WiLL said: "I’m happy to work with Ryan Press and the rest of the Warner Chappell team. I believe that we’ve built one of the biggest joint ventures of our time, and we’re just getting started. I created Ear Drummer by taking risks and treating everyone like family, and I recognize the importance of collaborating with like-minded people. Press and I have been in sync since 2012. He’s prioritized building a team of music lovers first and foremost, which is so important to me. Warner Chappell understands what it takes to support and realize the dreams and ideas of songwriters and artists, and for these reasons, I’m so proud to combine our powerhouse teams."

Pictured: (L to R): Mike WiLL Made-It; Ryan Press; Mike WiLL's manager, DJ.

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