BMG Nashville Inks Publishing Deal With Jason Duke

Pictured (L-R): Chris Oglesby, VP Creative, BMG Nashville; Noah Dewey, Senior Creative Director, BMG Nashville; Jason Duke; Kos Weaver, EVP, BMG Nashville; Jake Gear, Senior Creative Director, BMG Nashville

Songwriter Jason Duke has signed a new global co-publishing agreement with BMG Nashville.

A graduate of the ASCAP Guidance from Publishers for Songwriters Project (GPS) and a Tennessee native, Duke co-wrote the chart-topping, Platinum-certified hit “Dibs,” featured on Kelsea Ballerini’s album The First Time, “That Could Still Be Us” on Keith Urban’s Platinum-certified album RipCORD, and the Chris Bandi single “Man Enough Now,” which has received over 50 million streams on Spotify alone.

Noah Dewey, Senior Creative Director, BMG Nashville, said, “I’m proud to be working with Jason, he’s an extremely talented writer with a work ethic that’s truly remarkable. He certainly has a bright future ahead of him and we’re happy to be a part of it.”

Kos Weaver, EVP, BMG Nashville, said, “Jason has all the qualities of a hit songwriter, we are going to have an amazing run together.”

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