Luis Enrique has inked an unique publishing management take care of peermusic, Billboard can solely announce lately (June 1). The deal additionally comprises Enrique’s grasp and performer neighbouring rights.
“I'm so proud to welcome Luis to the peermusic workforce,” mentioned Kathy Spanberger, peermusic’s president & leader working officer in a press observation. “Luis is an unbelievable skill whose innovation, artistry, and fierce hobby reworked the Tropical Tune style. It’s a real honor to be entrusted with Luis’ spectacular catalog and neighbouring rights.”
Julio Bagué, peermusic’s vp of Latin department, East Coast and Puerto Rico added: “Luis is a trailblazer whose track helped pave the way in which for the following technology of Latin Tune artists. I’ve all the time been keen on his paintings, and after having the potential of running at the side of him within the studio, I’m overjoyed to lend a hand convey an trade legend who has made this type of profound affect in this style to the corporate. We’re excited to have him sign up for the peermusic circle of relatives and having a look ahead to supporting his upcoming album.”
At the Billboard charts, the Nicaraguan-born salsa singer-songwriter obtains 28 entries within the Sizzling Latin Songs chart, together with 9 Most sensible 10s. At the Tropical Airplay chart, he has 5 No. 1 hits, together with his 2009 banger “Yo No Se Mañana,” which spent 11 weeks on the most sensible. His Grammy-award-winning album Ciclos, peaked at No. 1 at the Tropical Albums chart and No. 2 at the Most sensible Latin Albums chart in 2009.
Coined because the “Prince of Salsa,” Enrique’s prolific occupation spans over 4 a long time, and is referred to as one of the vital pioneers of the salsa romantica motion within the overdue ‘80s, and early ‘90s.
The Latin department of peermusic is led through the efforts of Spanberger, Julio Bagué, and Yvonne Drazan (Vice President, Latin Department, West Coast).