Peermusic Nashville has signed singer-songwriter Kaylin Roberson to an exclusive worldwide publishing deal. The agreement includes select catalog and future works.
Roberson moved to Nashville at 19 and has since landed 20 cuts with independent artists and celebrated more than 5 million streams of her songs. As an artist, she has released a handful of singles and opened for artists such as Chris Janson, Jon Pardi and RaeLynn. Roberson will be releasing her new single “Placeholder” on August 12.
“It is such an honor to be working with the incredible Peermusic Nashville team,” shares Roberson. “I feel very fortunate to have the opportunity to do what I love while working with some of the best publishers in the business. I’m excited about this new partnership and what’s to come.”
“Kaylin has everything we look for in a young songwriter—talent, passion and drive. I am thrilled to welcome her to the Peermusic family and to help shape the next chapter of her career,” says Peermusic’s President & Chief Operating Officer, Kathy Spanberger.
“The first time I heard Kaylin sing it was a no brainer for me,” adds Peermusic Nashville’s Senior Vice President, Michael Knox. “Then you add on her work ethic and songwriter talent—mark my words, we will be at number one parties with her.”
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