Here's why Mi Casa signing a deal with Sony/ ATV Music Publishing is important

Mi Casa (Photo: Gallo Images)
Mi Casa (Photo: Gallo Images)

Johannesburg - Award-winning soulful dance trio, Mi Casa, signed a publishing deal with Sony/ ATV Music Publishing on Thursday, which sees their music taken to the global market.

“We were looking for a publisher that has the same vision and passion for local music and Sony/ATV was the only publisher that understood our strategy and we believe that they will form an essential role in assisting us to reach our dreams,” said, Sergio Botelho, Manager of Mi Casa about the deal. 

The band posted a pic of the moment after the signing on their social media. In the pic the members of the band and representatives from Sony all toasted with champagne to the new agreement. 

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WHY THE DEAL IS IMPORTANT FOR MI CASA:

The deal is set to raise Mi Casa’s song writing and composer profile to the same revered status that they enjoy as performing artists. The partnership will ensure that Mi Casa is represented by a publisher that has a worldwide presence, which gives them an opportunity to connect with other esteemed songwriters from Sony/ATV’s roster.

In a parallel arrangement, Sony/ATV Music Publishing has also acquired the copyright of Mi Casa’s back catalogue.

Locally Sony/ATV Music Publishing also represents, DJ Maphorisa, Matthew Mole, Oskido, HHP, Theo Kgosinkwe (Mafikizolo), Arno Carstens, GoodLuck, Desmond and the Tutus, among others.

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