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UMG'S VALUATION NEARS $55B
Day one begins. (9/23a)
SAVE THE DATE: GRAMMY NOMS REVEALED 11/23
Whoa, that's early. (9/21a)
A HARD DAY’S
HITS LIST
Stars across the board (9/21a)
NEAR TRUTHS:
THE LUCIAN DECADE
A history lesson from I.B. Bad (9/23a)
SIR LUCIAN TURNS IT UP
As UMG goes solo, Grainge discusses leading the band. (9/20a)
HITS' 35TH ANNIVERSARY
A chronicle of the inexplicable.
GRAMMY: ALBUM OF THE YEAR
We make yet more predictions, which you are free to ignore.
2022 TOURS
May we all be vaxxed by then.
ROCK'S NEW CHAPTER
Power pop, global glam and the return of the loud.
Pub Crawling
PERRY RE-UPS AT SONY
8/18/21

Medea is staying home. Sony Music Publishing has extended its worldwide agreement with Tyler Perry and his production enterprise Tyler Perry Studios.

Under the agreement, Sony Music Publishing’s Visual + Media Rights division will continue to administer all of Tyler Perry Studios’ commissioned music for more than 60 productions, including 1,500 series episodes, 26 films and 20 plays. It will also cover future productions.

The deal renews the company’s 10-year relationship with Perry, alongside his music supervisor Joel C High.

Perry’s next project is A Madea Homecoming, slated for release in 2022 via Netflix. Next year, Perry and Netflix also plan to release A Jazzman’s Blues, a longtime passion project he first wrote in 1995.

 “Tyler Perry Studios continues to transform the film/tv industry with its modern creative vision and passion for diverse storytelling,” Sony Music Publishing Chairman and CEO Jon Platt said. “At Sony Music Publishing, we are committed to supporting the studio’s talented composers and the music that bring these unique narratives to life.”