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WHAT IT IS: Before captivating listeners across the world, 24-year- old singer/songwriter/producer Jeremy Zucker carved out his distinct sound from a bedroom in suburban New Jersey and released his debut EP as a freshman at Colorado College, pursuing a degree in molecular biology. After signing with Republic in 2017, he teamed with frequent collaborator Chelsea Cutler to release the EP brent. Since then, Zucker has amassed over 2b career streams across his catalog, received RIAA gold certification on singles “comethru,” “all the kids are depressed” and “you were good to me,” and dropped “not ur friend,” the second single off his freshly released debut album, love is not dying.
ALBUM: love is not dying
RELEASE DATE: 4/17
SINGLE: “not ur friend”
TV: NBC’s Today Show
LIVE: Resuming U.S. and European tour in the fall
INTERNET: More than 1b global streams on “comethru,” 370m+ global streams on brent; “you were good to me” peaked at #173 Spotify U.S.; 15.3m monthly listeners, 489k Instagram followers
PRESS: New York Times, Paper, Genius, HYPEBAE, more
BOOKING: Lee Goforth & Mac Clark/CAA
PUBLISHING: Self-published, Anything Anywhere (BMI)
MANAGEMENT: Jesse Coren/Mutual Friends/Visionary Music Group