DJ Spinking’s DNR Music Group to Partner With Warner Music’s Asylum Records: Exclusive


DJ Spinking is ringing in 2019 with some main strikes. After purchasing a brand new Bentley off the lot earlier this week, Billboard has realized that the 26-year-old has brokered a partnership deal between he and his brother Star's DNR Music Group and Warner Music Group's Asylum Records (Feb. 28). 

Spinking made waves in 2018 when connecting with the incarcerated 6ix9ine for "Tati," which went on to achieve a peak of No. 46 on the Billboard Hot 100 in June. "We know we’re working with a workforce that prioritizes inventive freedom and independence above all else. We’re excited to find new expertise and make an actual affect by standing out, not becoming in," Spinking and Star stated in a joint assertion to Billboard of their newest enterprise.

With Spinking already having a earlier relationship with Asylum normal supervisor Gabrielle Peluso, the deal got here collectively comparatively rapidly. "I've identified Star and Spinking for slightly over 4 years now. What attracted me most to them was their skill to establish acts tremendous early with no analysis workforce behind them," Peluso defined. 

"They actually are uncooked expertise finders with longstanding relationships within the city music scene. I'm so excited to say that we've got discovered a house for DNR right here at Asylum, with our companions Aaron Bay-Schuck and Tom Corson at WBR."