Mo’Ju is now on the Universal Music Publishing Group list.
Announced today, the UMPG signs the Australian singer and songwriter in an exclusive and global publishing pact, ahead of the release of her fourth studio album.
The new work, which has no title yet, will follow on from Mother tongue, the album that marked Mo’Ju’s career in 2018 (then recorded as Mojo Juju) that catapulted her into public consciousness.
The title track won the Best Independent Single at the AIR Awards, and its video won the Australian Music Video of the Year at the J Awards, and Mo’Ju won the Songwriter Award at the Australian Women in Music Awards 2019.
âI am very grateful and delighted to join the UMPG roster,â Mo’Ju said in a statement.
âIt’s really nice to find a home for my songs and to work with such an amazing team that I have so much respect for. I feel like this is the kind of place where I can really be. ‘flourish as a songwriter and I can’t wait to see what we can accomplish together.
Watch Mo’Ju’s “Native Tongue”:
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In the years that followed, she released the 2019 mini album Dead city, on which she explored the electronic field, and the EP 2021 Okay.
Mo’Ju manager Sarah McMillan of Unified Music Group said closing the deal was an “easy decision after meeting the team, and it was clear that not only were they fans of Mo’Ju but they were passionate, proactive and loved their jobs. “
Mo’Ju (nÃ©e Mojo Ruiz de Luzuriaga) is currently working on her next album and several side projects, notably for film and television.
UMPG, represents a huge stable of artists and catalogs, including ABBA, Keith Urban, the Wiggles, Elton John / Bernie Taupin, Adele, Desmond Child and many more.