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CAREN'S APG ENTERS
A NEW PHASE

The roster Mike Caren has built at Artist Partner Group over the last eight years is being moved to Atlantic Records. As Artist Partner Group goes indie, new signings will be distributed via ADA, Warner Music Group’s independent artist and label-services arm.

Among the acts affected are Ava Max, Charlie Puth and YoungBoy Never Broke Again.

Artist Publishing Group will continue to publish artists such as Puth, Madison Love, Taz Taylor and 24k Goldn.

“This is an exciting new chapter for Artist Partner Group and the amazing roster of artists we have worked with over the last eight years,” said Caren, who remains Artist Partner Group’s CEO. “I look forward to the ongoing growth and success of all of our partners and to continuing to build Artist Partner as a home to artists in the evolving market landscape.”

WMG CEO of Global Recorded Music Max Lousada said: “This move evolves and updates a hugely successful partnership. Artist Partner’s existing roster of diverse, original voices will now be backed by the full power of Atlantic Records’ creative expertise and worldwide reach, while Artist Partner and its new signings will have access to our global network and comprehensive menu of artist services.”

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