Weerai Music congratulates J-ROC and Omen on having their songs used in this year's MTV Video Music Awards as part of Beyonce's fifteen minute medley of her hits.
"Mine" was also licensed by Weerai Music and was the opening song in the medley.
Jerome "J-ROC" Harmon confirms his production work on Michael Jackson's Xscape. He is credited with re-working six out of the eight tracks on the posthumous album.
Aaron B. Jackson interviews J-ROC to find out how central he was to the project. Read full interview here.
In May of this year InDigi Music signed an exclusive administration deal with Weerai Music for its 3000+ song catalog. This adds over 150 writers to Weerai Music's royalty books and demonstrates our ability to work with companies as well as producers and artists.
In August - longstanding management client Sid "Omen" Brown signed a hybrid admin deal with Weerai Music. Following the success of "Mine" by Beyonce - Weerai Music will ensure that Omen is in a postiion to entertain long term and fruitful publishing arrangements.
In mid July - King Karnov joined the roster of administration clients. Karnov has currently been working in LA with various studios and recently worked on some production for Kate Nash. Karnov has been hard at work producing for the likes of Snoop, Ras Kas, Dr Dre and Busta Rhymes.
On January, 26 th 2014 two of Weerai Music clients earned three Grammy awards and additional recognition with winning nominees. EMI-Motown Gospel recording artist, Tye Tribbett, took away two Grammy awards for Best Gospel Song (“If He Did It Before... Same God [Live]”) and Best Gospel Album (“Greater Than [Live]”).
Jerome J-ROC Harmon earned a Grammy Award in the category of Best R&B Song for his writing on Justin Timberlake’s “Pusher Love Girl.” Following giving thanks J-ROC used his acceptance speech to remind the audience about the importance of supporting the arts through education;
“Let’s support our school system the arts programs because we are losing it… we need a lot more people accepting awards like this.”