Leading independent publisher Notting Hill Music Group is widening its remit with the launch of a new singles-oriented record label and a new management division.
As exclusively revealed in this week’s issue of Music Week magazine, the NHMM (Notting Hill Music Management) label will debut with three single releases, Brown & Gray’s Top Down, Juic3box Featuring Alice France’s True Love and Phr33Lnch’s Whiplash. The management roster features the likes of Sam Gray, rapper Dominique Young Unique and songwriter/producer Patrick Patrikios.
The new operations will be run out of Los Angeles under president Ken Komisar (pictured, right) and Notting Hill Music Group chairman Andy McQueen (pictured, left). The veteran LA-based A&R man, formerly of Sony Music and Michael Jackson’s MJJ Music, has brought his own management roster to the new operation. The label will link up with Kobalt Label Services for distribution and other services.
See this week’s magazine or click here for the only interview with Komisar and McQueen as they give exclusive insight into the reasons behind the move and their big plans for the new divisions. To subscribe to Music Week and never miss another big music biz story, click here.