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WARNER CHAPPELL INKS DAT BOI SQUEEZE
4/24/20


Warner
Chappell Music has entered into an exclusive global co-publishing deal with rising hip-hop producer Dat Boi Squeeze. The Atlanta-based producer, best known for his work with 30 Roc on Roddy Ricch’s “The Box,” has also worked with artists like Yo Gotti on “Battle” f/Blac Youngsta, 2 Chainz on “I Said Me” and “Ball Ring,” and Kash Doll on “Buss It.”

“Squeeze is an incredible rising talent with a gift for making unforgettable beats. This is such an important moment for Squeeze, and I know we’re going to accomplish amazing things with him, Sloan and the rest of the team over at Boomberg and 1209,” said Warner Chappell President of A&R, U.S., Ryan Press.

Squeeze adds, “I’m excited to partner with Ryan, Brandra, and the rest of the Warner Chappell fam to create more of these opportunities through their network of great artists, producers, and songwriters.” Warner Chappell Music’s Senior Director of A&R, Brandra Ringo, shared, “We’re already pairing Squeeze with major R&B and hip-hop artists, and I can’t wait to see what he produces next.”

Squeeze has also partnered with 30 Roc on Ricch’s “Roll Dice” and will join forces again on upcoming collabs with Future, among others.

Picture above are (l-r) Dat Boi Squeeze, 1209’s 30 Roc and 1209/Boomberg’s Sloan.