Canada-based publisher ole has signed a worldwide co-publishing deal with multi-platinum-selling songwriter/producer Mark Feist. His "No Man, No Cry" is expected to drop next week as the single for Kelly Rowland's upcoming album "Ms. Kelly: Diva Deluxe" (Columbia).

Under the deal, ole will co-publish Feist's rights in the single and all of his other copyrights over the term of the multi-year deal.

As a writer and producer, Australia-born Feist contributed to the sales of more than 30 million albums for Destiny's Child, Kelly Rowland, Céline Dion, the Spice Girls, OutKast, John Legend and many others.

In 2001, he produced and arranged Destiny's Child top 10 remake of "Emotion," featured on their albums "Survivor" and "#1s."

In 2005, Feist was the writer-producer-arranger catalyst behind "Come Together Now," the charity relief single he co-wrote for Habitat for Humanity with Damon Sharpe, Denise Rich and Sharon Stone for the Indian Ocean tsunami and Hurricane Katrina victims.

He has recently collaborated with hit songwriters Evan Kidd Bogart (Sean Kingston's "Take U There," Rihanna's "S.O.S ") and Mischke (Mary J. Blige) for upcoming projects.