New York-based indie publisher Reservoir Media Management has acquired 100% of the music publishing assets belonging to TVT Music Enterprises LLC, including songs by Scott Storch, Devo Springsteen, Big Reese, Nyceboy, the Cinematics and the Holloways.

In the past few years, Reservoir has acquired song catalogs of John Rich, "Big Kenny" Alphin, Vicky McGehee and Bruce Roberts.

The TVT Music Enterprises catalog was sold by Fortress Investment Group, according to sources. Fortress obtained its stake in TVT when it took over the assets owned by D.B. Zwirn, which was forced to liquidate its investment funds in 2009 when investors demanded cash withdrawals.

DB Zwirn was a lender to the TVT record label and music publishing arm. TVT Records filed for Chapter 11 protection in February 2008 and was subsequently sold to the Orchard in June of that year for $6 million. According to court documents filed in those proceedings, D.B. Zwirn owned 33.1% of TVT Music Enterprises and a convertible note that would give it a 51.9% ownership stake in the publishing arm.

Terms of the Reservoir deal for the TVT Music Enterprises publishing assets were not disclosed. But sources say that the TVT Music Enterprises catalog, which had about $5 million in net publisher share in 2005, more recently has been generating about $1.2 million to $1.5 million.

According to sources, it's top money producing songs are Usher's "Yeah," 50 cent's "Candy Shop," Chris Brown's "Run It and Lil' Jon's "Get Low."

The catalog also includes hits performed by Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, Ricky Martin, Beyoncé, Pink, Ludacris, Mariah Carey, Fat Joe, Lil Kim, Toni Braxton, Ja Rule, Janet Jackson, John Legend, Dr. Dre, and the Ying Yang Twins.

TVT Music founder Steve Gottlieb said in a statement, "I am delighted that this jewel of a catalog with over 100 charting singles and the writers with whom I have been so honored to work with will be in such good hands going forward." Gottlieb recently founded Shindig, a platform for online events, gaming and socializing scheduled to be launched later this year.