Bug Music Publishing has acquired Iggy Pop's catalog and entered into a long-term publishing arrangement with the punk/garage rocker. In another deal, Bug Music has entered into a wide-ranging publishing agreement with Three 6 Mafia.

Bug Music is currently the publishing home of the Stooges and the latest deal adds the catalog from Pop's solo career, including "Lust for Life," "I'm Bored," and "The Passenger." According to a press release, recently, Iggy Pop has worked with Swedish band The Teddybears on their single "Punkrocker," which was used extensively in an advertising campaign with Cadillac, and is featured on the upcoming Fatboy Slim album.

As part of the Bug Music publishing agreement, Pop will pursue ongoing creative collaborations with artists under the publisher's umbrella such as the recent collaboration with Boss Martians whose music was used in the recent E-Trade campaign.

In the Three 6 Mafia deal, Juicy J and DJ Paul will assist in branding opportunities as well as the development and production of up-and-coming artists under the Bug Music umbrella.

Formed in the mid-90s, Three 6 Mafia had their first hit with the album "When the Smoke Clears," which including the hit single "Sippin' on Some Sizzurp." The group follow-up album, "Most Known Unknown," hit #3 on the Billboard charts, driven by "Stay Fly." In 2006, the group won the Academy Award for Best Original Song with "It's Hard out Here for a Pimp," from the movie "Hustle & Flow." The group, which were featured in the MTV series "Adventures In Hollyhood," recently released their new album "Last 2 Walk."