Singer-songwriter Matt Schuster has signed an exclusive global publishing agreement with Universal Music Publishing Group (UMPG).
A 21-year-old from Charleston, Illinois, Schuster has quickly grown a fanbase with over 500,000 followers. He has amassed more than 75 million streams with original songs such as “Know Ya,” “From The Start” and “If I Was A Cowboy.” Averaging 10 million streams monthly, Schuster recently notched four songs on the Spotify Country Global Top 200 Chart. His new single, “Wasted Prayers,” recently debuted on all streaming platforms.
“The first time I heard Matt’s songs and voice, I knew we had to work with him,” says Roxy King, Director, A&R for UMPG Nashville. “His talent, work ethic and vision have captured the interest of Music Row and beyond. We are thrilled that he chose UMPG as his music publishing partner and look forward to supporting all of his success to come.”
“This relationship is the beginning of something very special,” says Schuster. “Roxy and the UMPG team really understand my vision, and it’s so encouraging to know they have the same goals. This feels like family. I’m so proud to call UMPG home.”
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