New York, NY – Rose Green Music (RGM) announced today that they have partnered with INgrooves Music Group for worldwide music publishing & rights services. The announcement was made by founder of RGM, veteran entertainment industry executive, Chuck Wilson. Founded in 2010 by Wilson, RGM’s catalog includes recent notable tracks such a Tove Lo’s “Stay High” Remix featuring Hippie Sabotage, The Roots, “When the People Cheer,” Brodinski’s “I Can’t Help Myself,” Girl Talk, Freeway & Waka Floka Flame’s “Tolerated” as well as over 1500 other tracks from notable artists across all genres.
Wilson, after leaving his A&R position at Priority Records in 2001, ventured off on his own as an independent record executive and has since played an integral role in breaking artists such as Wiz Khalifa, Curren$y’s Jet Life, Hippie Sabotage, Smoke DZA, GBE’s SD, Jedi Mind Tricks, Blue Sky Black Death, Jean Grae, and countless other indie artists.
Wilson named the company after his mother, a retired musician and music teacher. “Rose Green Music is still a very young company and we are thrilled to partner with INgrooves to enhance our capabilities and to grow together,” says Wilson. The deal was brokered and negotiated on behalf of RGM by New York entertainment attorney, Andrew Krents.
“We’re thrilled to be working with RGM’s catalog of hit songs and writers which join our growing roster,” says Olivier Chastan, SVP INgrooves Rights Services. “Chuck’s trust in INgrooves Music Publishing is a testament to our committed vision of being a modern publisher focused on providing value-added creative services.”