Independent US publisher Reach Music has resigned Ice T and will continue to represent his full catalog.
The deal expands on a 10-year relationship that covers over 300 compositions from a 30+ year career.
Those compositions include Ice T’s solo albums and work as a founding member of Grammy nominees Body Count, featuring songs such as ’99 Problems’ (as most famously sampled by Jay Z), ‘Colors’ and ‘6 ‘N The Mornin’.
“It is a great honor to continue to represent the iconic and impactful songs of Ice T.”
michael closter, reach music
Michael Closter, President and founder of Reach Music, said: “It is a great honor to continue to represent the iconic and impactful songs of Ice T.
“We are thankful to have had the opportunity to represent Ice’s catalog for over 10 years, and we look forward to the years ahead.”
“For the last 10 years, Reach Music have been aggressive partners that deliver consistently.”
jorge hinojasa, manager
Jorge Hinojosa, manager of Ice T, added: “For the last 10 years, Reach Music have been aggressive partners that deliver consistently.”
Reach Music Publishing and its entity Reach Global were founded in 1993 by Closter.
Based in Burbank, the publisher represents thousands of copyrights from all musical genres and offers global copyright administration and royalty collections, creative song placement, music licensing and royalty advances.
Other clients include John Mayer, Common, Chuck D, Danzig, Zakk Wylde, Lisa Loeb, Zac Brown and more.
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