Primary Wave Music has acquired an interest in the music publishing catalog revenue stream from award-winning Christian singer and songwriter Matt Redman.
Primary Wave says the deal strengthens its position in the faith-based market following a partnership with Christian music company Gaither Music Group in 2019.
The deal also includes core royalties from Redman and other rights to Redman’s entire music publishing catalog.
These songs include Build my life, Do it again, and the Grammy nominee Our God, which was also nominated for Song of the Year at the 2011 Dove Awards.
The chord also includes the double platinum disc 10,000 reasons (Bless the Lord), which won two Grammy Awards for “Best Song in Contemporary Christian Music” and “Best Performance in Gospel / Contemporary Christian Music”.
Nicholas Brown of London & Co and Jeremy Rosen of Roxwell negotiated the deal on behalf of Matt Redman.
Since its inception in 2006, Primary Wave has built a rights portfolio that includes music from a wide range of legends, including Whitney Houston to Ray Charles, Donny Hathaway, Bob Marley, Stevie Nicks, Burt Bacharach, Smokey Robinson and Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.
“I am so grateful for this new partnership with Primary Wave. “
Redman said, “I am very grateful for this new partnership with Primary Wave and their passion to support these songs in a new way.
“They have such a remarkable reputation in so many genres, so I can’t wait to see what lies ahead.”
“Matt Redman’s songs mean so much to so many people and are truly timeless.”
Dominic Pandiscia, Gaither Music Group and Primary Wave Business Development
Dominic Pandiscia, Strategy Director, Gaither Music Group & Primary Wave Business Development: “Matt Redman’s songs mean so much to so many people and are truly timeless.
“It is truly an honor to collaborate with him and his catalog. “
The new marks the first Primary Wave catalog deal of the year and follows its acquisition in December of a stake in James Brown’s edition, primary recording revenue stream, and name and rights. resemblance.Music trade around the world