PRODUCER MORGAN TAYLOR REID SIGNS CO-PUBLISHING DEAL WITH ROUND HILL MUSIC

Nov 04
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Los Angeles-based writer and producer Morgan Taylor Reid signed a worldwide co-publishing deal with Round Hill Music. Some of Reid’s recent artist collaborations include Joseph (“White Flag”), Max (“Gibberish”), Shane Harper (“P.O.W.E.R.”), Grace Mitchell (“NoLo”) and Backstreet Boys (“Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of”). His single with DJ Marshmello entitled “Ritual” dropped on Nov. 1—his birthday.

“I am very excited that Morgan and his management team at 108 Management have chosen to work with Round Hill. I look forward to a creative and innovative way of working together on a worldwide basis. His talent as a writer, a producer and multi-instrumentalist, blows me away. Morgan is extremely prolific, truly versatile and transcends all genres of music. We look forward to us having many hits together in the years to come,” said Patrick Conseil, Round Hill’s Sr. VP of Creative .

Forthcoming cuts for the BMI-affiliated writer include co-writes with artists as diverse as Chromeo, Colbie Caillat, Wrabel, Conrad Sewell, Cardinox, Mickey Guyton, Steve Moakler and Warner Bros. Records’ newest artist Mikey Mike. Reid’s song “Made For You,” written with artist Alexander Cardinale, can be heard in an upcoming international Coca-Cola ad campaign.

In recent years Morgan Taylor Reid’s music as a solo artist has been featured in various TV shows including House M.D. and Grey’s Anatomy. He will continue to produce his own music independently and our creative synch team is very much looking forward to working with him.

Reid commented, “I feel I’ve found a publisher in Round Hill Music that will help me to expand my horizons as an artist, songwriter and producer. I’m impressed by their vast involvement in various arenas of the music industry, and I look forward to creating a lot of great new music with Round Hill by my side.”

Morgan Taylor Reid is managed by Michael Goldberg and Isaac Heymann.