Jeremih Sells A Portion Of His Music Catalog To HarbourView Equity Partners

The singer, songwriter, and record producer Jeremih has sold some publishing and recorded music assets to HarbourView Equity Partners, which is continuing to buy up R&B/hip-hop music assets. The agreement’s terms were not made public.

“Oui,” which peaked at No. 19 in 2016, and “Birthday Sex,” which peaked at No. 4 in 2009, are two of Jeremih’s Hot 100 singles. His 2014 smash song “Don’t Tell Em,” featuring YG, reached No. 6 and is five times certified platinum by the RIAA. His 2010 song “Down On Me,” featuring 50 Cent, peaked at No. 4.

The 2009 album Jeremih, which peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 chart, is the highest charting of his three albums. Since the release of his breakthrough single, “Birthday Sex,” in 2009, his whole discography has amassed 5.5 million album consumption units in the United States.

Other R&B/hip-hop music asset acquisitions made by HarbourView Equity include works by Wiz Khalifa, Nelly, and the publishing library of the production and songwriting team of Vidal Davis and Andre Harris, better known as Dre & Vidal.

Furthermore, although the business was one of the first private equity firms to enter the R&B/hip-hop music assets market, this is only one facet of its overall investing strategy, which also includes mining other assets. Guy Blake and Granderson Des Rochers represented Jeremih in the transaction.

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