Skip to main content

Adia Victoria Signs Publishing Deal With Reservoir, One Riot: Exclusive

The deal includes Victoria's 2021 album "A Southern Gothic" and future works.

Reservoir Media has signed singer-songwriter Adia Victoria to a publishing deal via the company’s joint venture with One Riot. The deal includes Victoria’s 2021 album A Southern Gothic as well as future works.

Victoria is currently nominated for two trophies at the upcoming 2022 Americana Honors & Awards ceremony, including for emerging act of the year, while A Southern Gothic is nominated for album of the year. The project was produced by Victoria and Mason Hickman and executive produced by T Bone Burnett.


Earlier this year, Victoria toured with Jason Isbell, and in June she will launch her own headlining tour in Europe before returning stateside for a slate of performances later this summer.

On the new deal, Victoria said via a release, “It’s an honor to be partnered and creatively aligned with the wonderful teams at One Riot and Reservoir. Their strong collective sense of the publishing and synch worlds is a great fit for me, and I look forward to collaborating with their current artists as well as other new opportunities. I’m as pleased as a hog at a trough to be joining the One Riot family.”

One Riot head of creative Amy Patton added in a statement, “We couldn’t be more excited to be working with an incredibly prolific artist such as Adia Victoria. Her authenticity and skill cut through the noise, and we’re truly honored to be on her team.”

Reservoir executive vp of creative John Ozier said, “Adia is an exciting artist on the rise, bringing a unique lens to music in Nashville. Her songwriting explores complex narratives all while introducing blues musical elements to listeners today. We look forward to supporting her and taking her songwriting to new heights.”

Reservoir is based in New York City and also has offices in Los Angeles, Nashville, Toronto, London and Abu Dhabi. The company was founded as a family-owned music publisher in 2007 and represents more than 140,000 copyrights and 36,000 master recordings.