Award-winning actress Kate Hudson has partnered with Virgin Music Group to debut her recorded music career.
“I’ve been caught up writing and witnessing life in songs since I was a child. But it always comes down to the moment, and the ability to make sure you can be there for the music. Finally, for me, that time is now,” says Hudson. “I’m so happy to be a part of the Virgin Music family. This has been a true labor of love and to have the full support of a team that nurtures an artist’s vision has been a refreshing and inspiring experience.”
Hudson is a Golden Globe-winning actress, singer, producer, entrepreneur and bestselling author. Known for her roles in Almost Famous, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days and Bride Wars, she has made an impact on screen her whole life. In 2013, she co-founded lifestyle brand Fabletics. She has also launched her own vodka company, King St., and most recently founded INBLOOM, a line of nutritional supplements. She became a New York Times best-selling author in 2013 with her book Pretty Happy: Healthy Ways to Love Your Body, and hosts a podcast with her brother Oliver, Sibling Revelry. Hudson is also affiliated with many charitable foundations such as The Hawn Foundation’s MindUP program, the United Nations World Food Programme, Baby2Baby, Operation Smile and more.
To celebrate the new deal, Hudson will release her debut single “Talk About Love” tomorrow (Jan. 30). She co-wrote the track with Linda Perry and Danny Fujikawa, and it was produced by Johan Carlsson and Fujikawa.
“Kate is the kind of uniquely brilliant artist who will be right at home at Virgin Music,” says Jacqueline Saturn, President of Virgin Music Group North America, and EVP of Global Artist Relations. “To be a part of her music debut is a truly special moment for all of us who work here.”
Hudson is managed by Sandbox Entertainment Group CEO Jason Owen and President Jake Basden. Along with Hudson, Sandbox also manages an elite group of award winning and record breaking artists including six-time Grammy winner Kacey Musgraves, Kelsea Ballerini, Faith Hill, Little Big Town, Dan + Shay and Midland.
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