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Warner Chappell Music and NLess Entertainment Announce Global Administration Agreement with Turn Me Up YC

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  • December 13, 2021
    Warner Chappell Music and NLess Entertainment Announce Global Administration Agreement with Turn Me Up YC

    Warner Chappell Music and NLess Entertainment have entered into a career spanning administration agreement with burgeoning beatmaker Turn Me Up YC. The producer’s future works and full catalog are covered in the deal, including the 3x RIAA-certified platinum single “Back In Blood” by Pooh Shiesty and his chart-topping collaborations with Moneybagg Yo, “Me Vs Me,” “Said Sum,” “Time Today,” “Wockesha,” which recently became RIAA-certified platinum, and “Scorpio,” which is currently climbing Billboard’s Rap Airplay chart.

    Warner Chappell Music President, North America, Ryan Press, noted: “YC is an incredibly gifted producer working with some of today’s biggest names in hip-hop and lately everything that comes out of his studio has become a hit. We are proud to partner with NLess Entertainment on this deal and look forward to seeing all of the number one’s that he’s going to have next.”

    Turn Me Up YC said: “I appreciate Warner Chappell Music, Ryan Press and NLess Entertainment for the opportunity to take my career to the next level. I want to be a motivation to everyone back home in Moscow, Tennessee, and Fayette County, that anything is possible when you believe in yourself and put God first. I am grateful to be joining the talented pool of producers at Warner Chappell Music, let’s keep going, more hits and more number 1s, and most of all let’s keep breaking generational curses.”

    NLess Entertainment CEO, Marcus “Head” Howell added: “I want to thank Ryan Press and Warner Chappell for their diligence and persistence in closing this deal. This is a big moment for YC and for N Less Entertainment as a whole. We will continue to grow and evolve showing that we can thrive in all aspects of this industry. “Turn Me Up YC”! I’m proud of you and let’s KEEP GOING.”

    American producer, Christopher Pearson, “Turn Me Up YC,” who hails from outside of Memphis, Tennessee, has been exposed to music his entire life. He learned how to play the drums when he was just four years old and by age 13, he had mastered the piano. While in high school, YC started deejaying and that eventually led him to the world of music production. He first emerged on the hip-hop scene through his collaboration with Memphis rapper Dee Mula on the song “Crank Up,” which has more than two million views on YouTube and later gained prominence with Pooh Shiesty’s 3x RIAA platinum-certified hit “Back In Blood.” Most recently, YC collaborated with rapper Moneybagg Yo on the RIAA platinum-certified hits “Me vs. Me” and “Said Sum,” as well as “Time Today,” which also hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Rap Airplay chart.

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on December 13, 2021 - 11:53am

Warner Chappell Music and NLess Entertainment have entered into a career spanning administration agreement with burgeoning beatmaker Turn Me Up YC. The producer’s future works and full catalog are covered in the deal, including the 3x RIAA-certified platinum single “Back In Blood” by Pooh Shiesty and his chart-topping collaborations with Moneybagg Yo, “Me Vs Me,” “Said Sum,” “Time Today,” “Wockesha,” which recently became RIAA-certified platinum, and “Scorpio,” which is currently climbing Billboard’s Rap Airplay chart.

Warner Chappell Music President, North America, Ryan Press, noted: “YC is an incredibly gifted producer working with some of today’s biggest names in hip-hop and lately everything that comes out of his studio has become a hit. We are proud to partner with NLess Entertainment on this deal and look forward to seeing all of the number one’s that he’s going to have next.”

Turn Me Up YC said: “I appreciate Warner Chappell Music, Ryan Press and NLess Entertainment for the opportunity to take my career to the next level. I want to be a motivation to everyone back home in Moscow, Tennessee, and Fayette County, that anything is possible when you believe in yourself and put God first. I am grateful to be joining the talented pool of producers at Warner Chappell Music, let’s keep going, more hits and more number 1s, and most of all let’s keep breaking generational curses.”

NLess Entertainment CEO, Marcus “Head” Howell added: “I want to thank Ryan Press and Warner Chappell for their diligence and persistence in closing this deal. This is a big moment for YC and for N Less Entertainment as a whole. We will continue to grow and evolve showing that we can thrive in all aspects of this industry. “Turn Me Up YC”! I’m proud of you and let’s KEEP GOING.”

American producer, Christopher Pearson, “Turn Me Up YC,” who hails from outside of Memphis, Tennessee, has been exposed to music his entire life. He learned how to play the drums when he was just four years old and by age 13, he had mastered the piano. While in high school, YC started deejaying and that eventually led him to the world of music production. He first emerged on the hip-hop scene through his collaboration with Memphis rapper Dee Mula on the song “Crank Up,” which has more than two million views on YouTube and later gained prominence with Pooh Shiesty’s 3x RIAA platinum-certified hit “Back In Blood.” Most recently, YC collaborated with rapper Moneybagg Yo on the RIAA platinum-certified hits “Me vs. Me” and “Said Sum,” as well as “Time Today,” which also hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Rap Airplay chart.