Signed: Priscilla Block Opens Up to WME, SZA ‘SOS’ Producer Inks Label Deal With Raedio

WME has signed Mercury Nashville’s Priscilla Block for global representation in all areas; she will be repped by the agency’s Nashville office co-head Joey Lee. In 2023, Block earned the Billboard Country Airplay top 5 hit “You, Me & Whiskey” with Justin Moore. She is managed by Charly Salvatore with underscore works. – Jessica Nicholson


Raedio signed producer ThankGod4Cody (SZA) as well as emerging acts Jae Stephens and GAWD to label deals. Stephens was one of the winners in Raedio’s “Creator Campaign” in 2022 and subsequently released the EP High My Name Is; GAWD is a Los Angeles-based vocal duo.

Finnish composer, pianist and producer A. Blomqvist signed with XXIM Records/Sony Masterworks, which released his new song, “Kaiho,” on Friday (Mar. 1). “Kaiho” is the first single from Blomqvist’s forthcoming EP, which is set for release this spring, with an album to follow later in the year. He previously self-released a pair of albums.


Texas five-piece The Wilder Blue has signed with Nashville-based management companies Make Wake Artists and Deep Roots Management. The group will be co-managed by Make Wake’s Chris Kappy and Deep Roots’ Dylan Wright, with Make Wake/Deep Roots’ Eric Berger and HB Riordan teaming up as day-to-days. The Wilder Blue formed in 2019 and features Zane Williams, Paul Eason, Sean Rodriguez, Lyndon Hughes and Andy Rogers. The band is also signed with WME for global representation. The news follows the group’s collaboration on a cover of “Seven Bridges Road” with Make Wake’s flagship artist, two-time CMA entertainer of the year Luke Combs. – Jessica Nicholson

Folk trio Bonny Light Horseman signed to Jagjaguwar, which recently released the group’s latest single, “When I Was Younger.” The band is slated to play Bonnaroo this year in addition to other tour dates. Bonny Light Horseman is managed by Dean Christesen at Terra Cotta; their booking agents are Josh Brinkman at Crossover Touring (North & South America, Australia) and Colin Keenan at ATC Live (rest of the world).


Folk-pop group Tiny Habits signed to Mom + Pop, which released the band’s latest single, “Mudroom,” on Wednesday (Feb. 28). The group is represented by manager Steve Macklam at Macklam/Feldman and booking agents Leigh Millhauser at Wasserman (North America) and Nigel Hassler and Bilge Morden at CAA (rest of the world).

Singer-songwriter Jordan Suaste (“Body”) signed a global record deal with Position Music; his first release on the label is “Love Who You Want To,” which dropped on Friday (Mar. 1). Suaste is managed by Niki Zahedi at Hallwood Media; he was previously signed to Capitol Records.


Rapper Babyfxce E signed with Atlantic Records, which has released a deluxe version of his The X Tape mixtape. He’s managed by Jamaar “Maar” Blackwell at It’s Wit a X and Andre “Dre The Mayor” Hopson at HighRes Global.

Indie rock band The Ghost Club, which hails from Pittsburgh, signed with Last Gang Records and will release its label debut album, King Whatever, on Apr. 26. The group is managed by Hannah Levitt at Shelter Music Group.


Self-described “party slam” band Party Cannon signed with Unique Leader Records. Its next album, Injuries Are Inevitable, releases on Apr. 26, preceded by the song “Weird, But Not Illegal.” The group is managed by Danny James Widdowson at Kerosene Management and booked by Stephen Moss at Echelon (EU/UK) and Liam Frith at TKO Booking (North America). It was previously signed to the label Gore House Productions.

ADA Australia signed a global distribution deal with hip-hop and rap artist LEE., who just released the single “UP.” The Australia-based artist won Triple J Unearthed High in 2023; he’s slated to release an EP later this year.

Punk-rock group Dose of Adolescence signed to XOVR Records, the label co-founded by Brian “Head” Welch. The label will re-release the group’s back catalog over the coming months, including its 2009 album, Memories Attack, with a new album slated for the fall.

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