Yungen is “determined” to build on the breakthrough success of his hit Bestie, Sony/ATV senior A&R manager Alex Sparks has told Music Week.
The South London rapper has signed a worldwide deal with the publisher that covers his catalogue as well as future releases.
“It’s been building for quite a long time,” said Sparks. “After the success of Bestie, I think we can expect a very big year from him.
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