Latin Pop Star Malu Trevejo Signs New Global Recordings Deal With BMG

Jonathan Weiner
Malu Trevejo

Latin pop star Malu Trevejo has signed a new global recordings agreement with BMG, the company announced Thursday (Oct. 4). The news comes after the 15-year-old Cuba-born and Miami-based musician signed a co-publishing agreement with BMG last year.

"I'm more than excited for this opportunity with BMG," said Trevejo. "I feel at home and that makes all the difference in my growth and success as an artist."

The "Luna Llena" singer first discovered music via Shakira and Jennifer Lopez and began showcasing her talents on social media before teaming up with Miami-based management firm THE Group in 2017.

"Malu's global reach as a leading artist in her generation, endorses BMG's global vision and music partnerships," said THE Group CEO, Pierre Hachar, Jr. "The win/win was instantly obvious to THE Group." 

Following the success of "Luna Llena" -- the song went Top 20 on the Billboard Top Latin Songs chart -- Trevejo continued her success, racking up views with "En Mi Mente" and "Hasta Luego."

"Malu's musical talents as a writer and artist have no limits," stated Zach Katz, president of repertoire and marketing for BMG U.S. "This is just the beginning. We welcome her to BMG and are excited to get to work."

Claribel Caraballo, vp creative, BMG U.S., added, "We knew Malu was special from the moment we saw and heard her perform. We look forward to helping develop what's next and growing alongside her from publishing to recordings and beyond."


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