Paulo Londra has signed a global administration deal with Warner Chappell Music. The news comes three months after Billboard exclusively announced that Londra and Warner Music Latina forged a new partnership.
“I’m happy to share my new projects and music with my fans and the world!” Londra expressed in a statement. “Joining Warner Chappell is a huge honor and I’m confident that with our shared vision we’ll accomplish great things.”
The Argentine artist returned in March after a two-year hiatus with his infectious punk song “Plan A,” which scored him his first No. 1 debut on the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart. He secured another No. 1 hit on that chart in May with his Bizarrap-assisted “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 23.”
“Paulo’s unique sound is taking the world by storm,” added Gustavo Menéndez, president, Latin America & U.S. Latin, WCM. “He’s not only influencing the Latin American scene but also seeing mainstream success with each new release and collaboration. We’re very proud to welcome him to our Warner Chappell family and support this exciting next phase of his journey.”
For Ignacio Amato, Londra’s manager, the artist “continues to further consolidate his global status and has become one of the most versatile and prominent artists in the Latin urban genre.”
Londra — who has collaborated with Ed Sheeran, Becky G and more — has a total of three entries on Billboard‘s Hot Latin Songs and two on Latin Airplay, including his banger “Adan y Eva.” His freshman album, Homerun, debuted and peaked at No. 12 on Top Latin Albums in 2019 and at No. 10 on Latin Rhythm Albums, earning a combined 185,000 equivalent album units and 332 million on-demand song streams in the U.S., according to Luminate.
“With a new team for this new stage, Paulo is back stronger than ever, and undoubtedly, the best is yet to come!” Amato added.