Lily Rose has signed with Fusion Music for management. Fusion is partnering with Rakiyah Marshall’s Back Blocks Music to manage Rose.
The Big Loud/Republic/Back Blocks Music artist’s song “Villain” recently made a meteoric rise to No. 1 on the iTunes all-genre list and has earned more than 18 million global streams. The track is set to impact at country radio on March 8.
Rose grew up in Atlanta and made her way from the college bars of Athens, Georgia to sold-out shows throughout the Southeast. After arriving in Nashville just three years ago, she quickly immersed herself in the songwriting community. Her independent release of “Villain” in December 2020 caught the attention of Nashville labels, and she found her home with Big Loud/Republic in January 2021.
“Lily is a superstar in the making,” said Fusion Music’s Managing Partner, Daniel Miller. “She has put in more than a decade developing her craft and charting her course. Between part-time jobs she learned to route her own tour dates and build a global fan base. We’re excited to join Rakiyah and the rest of the team for an incredible journey.”
Fusion Music, in association with Red Light Management, also represents country artists Martina McBride, Riley Green, Cassadee Pope and Laine Hardy, among others.
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