The Unified Music Group, founded by Jaddan Comerford, has signed a global distribution deal with Sony Music.
Unified’s artist management division manages Amy Shark and Tash Sultana. The music division has six labels – “UNFD, the leading heavy music brand in Australia, as well as hip-hop label ONETWO, NLV Records, home to original, forward thinking club music, Exist. Recordings, a carefully curated label for gifted electronic pop artists,THAA Records, dedicated to unearthing the next generation of Australian artists, andDOMESTIC LA LA, an alternative rock label”.
In a statement Denis Handlin AO, Chairman & CEO, Australia & New Zealand and President, Asia, comments, “I am thrilled to announce the launch of this very special global distribution deal with UNIFIED. I have tremendous respect for Jaddan and the team at UNIFIED, and we have already celebrated some incredible achievements together. We look forward to furthering our partnership under this deal to a new level of success and growth by working with UNIFIED’s brilliant roster of artists and taking them to the next level in Australia and the world”
Jaddan Comerford, CEO & Founder, UNIFIED Music Group, said, “UNIFIED could not be happier to be embarking on this new relationship with Denis Handlin, Rob Stringer, Brad Navin and the entire Sony Music and Orchard team worldwide. We’ve been desperate for a global solution so we can continue to scale and provide opportunities to our artists in the ever-changing landscape that is recorded music.”
The Unified/Sony deal began on March 1, 2018.