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THE VIEW FROM
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Pub Crawling
WCM INKS CO-PUB DEAL WITH HAAN
11/22/21

Warner Chappell Music has inked a global co-publishing deal with Aussie producer Haan.

A longtime collaborator of The Kid LAROI, Hann recently teamed up with Charlie Puth, FnZ, Cashmere Cat, Omer Fedi and Blake Statkin to produce the chart-topping mega hit “Stay.”

The single peaked #1 on Spotify’s Global Streaming chart and hit 1b+ streams on the platform in 118 days, the fastest song to ever do so.

Now based in L.A., Haan also partnered with Sydney-raised rapper LAROI on his viral single “Addison Rae,” which earned gold certification in Australia. He’s also worked with the likes of Juice WRLD, G-Herbo and Sydney producer Khaled.

“Haan is already a master of his craft and working with some of the biggest names in the industry. We couldn’t be more excited to team up with him and can’t wait to see what’s in store for him as he continues to create hits and build his career,” said WCM President, North America, Ryan Press.

"I'm excited to join the Warner Chappell family and add to the amazing list of producers that call Warner their home. I can't wait to get started with the team and find ways to elevate as both a producer and businessman,” added Haan.

The deal was made in collaboration with Foundation Media PartnersPatrick Hughes, Harvey Russell and the Grade A Productions team.

Photo Credit: Steve Cannon