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2/12/21

Chynna Phillips and Carnie Wilson are the latest songwriters to join the Primary Wave family. 

Acquiring the copyrights and income interests of Phillips’ music-publishing catalog and Wilson’s writer’s share for her catalog of music, the deal also includes the master royalties for both songwriters.

The acquisition covers a variety of songs written by Phillips and Wilson as members of Wilson Phillips, including “You’re in Love,” “Release Me” and their #1 hit “Hold On,” which was the first single off the group’s Grammy-nominated debut album, Wilson Phillips.

Additionally, the deal includes name and likeness for both Phillips and Wilson and gives access to pubco’s marketing and publishing infrastructure, such as digital strategy, licensing, synch opportunities and film & TV production. 

“We could not be more thrilled to welcome both Chynna and Carnie to our family! Together as members of Wilson Phillips they took the pop music world by storm with their eponymous debut album filled with their signature harmony-rich sounds,” shared Robert Dippold, Partner & President, Digital Strategy for Primary Wave Music. 

“In addition to writing unforgettable music, Carnie and Chynna also have an uncanny ability to reimagine and re-interpret songs putting their own stamp all their own.  We truly look forward to getting creative with their catalog and hidden gem songs!”

Pictured below are (l-r) Wilson and Phillips.