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1/23/23

Ultra International Music Publishing (UIMP) has welcomed rap producer Zaytoven into the fold with a new co-publishing agreement. He'll continue to make new music from L.A., London and his home base of Atlanta.

Under the freshly inked deal, UIMP has also acquired Zaytoven’s remaining co-published interest in his existing catalog and writer’s share, which boasts 560 songs written between 2005 and 2022.

Notable titles include Migos’ “Versace,” Travis Scott’s “3500,” DJ Esco’s “Too Much Sauce” f/Future and Lil Uzi Vert, Future’s “Used To This” f/ Drake, Lil Wayne's "Problems" and 21 Savage’s “Famous.”

Zaytoven has also released collaborative projects with Gucci Mane, Usher, the late Young Dolph, Lecrae, Lil Yachty and Jack Harlow, to name a few.

"Zaytoven is an extraordinary talent," Founder & CEO of UIMP Patrick Moxey said. "He is the Father of trap music and has been the driving force of much of how we define that genre. Gucci Mane, Migos, Future—he’s been right there with these artists from the beginning in 2004 right up to the present day. I’m proud to announce that after working with him since 2007 we continue to be focused on future success.”

Zaytoven noted he was "excited to take over the world." Just don't call him Ludwig.