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Honua Music has inked songwriter Alida and Toronto producer Sean Fischer, a.k.a. French Braids, to a publishing deal. Alida was most recently featured on and co-wrote Robin Schulz’s latest single “In Your Eyes”— a record that scored over 15m streams during the first month of its release. Fischer, who has produced music for artists such as Banners, Tim Atlas and Tyler Shaw, releases electronic music under his alias French Braids and has tracks on labels such as Armada and Ultra as well as official remixes for Zara Larsson and Mansionair.

Co-founded by Ron Moss and Grammy-nominated producer Axident, Honua Music is celebrating its 10th year in business. The boutique publishing company boasts a catalog that includes A List artists like Justin Bieber, Dua Lipa, Zedd and Jessie J. Previously leading an executive team at A&M Records, Moss brings his knowledge of publishing and A&R to the table, with past signings such as Avril Lavigne and MIKA.

Honua Music's Head of Creative Noah Gopen also plays an influential role in signing new talent and placing records, like when he placed Sage The Gemini's platinum selling single "Now and Later" at 20-years-old. He also took part in Alida's latest feature with Schulz. In an effort to expand, Gopen has also brought on Roberto Garcia Caro as another key player in the creative department.