LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire -10/11/11)- Angry Mob Music and Build Destroy Music (BDM) have formed an artistic partnership. Under the new agreement, the music publishing and licensing company can now select existing music for exclusive representation from some of the most talented and prolific urban, hip-hop and dance artists under BDM's banner. BDM was co-founded by DJ Skee -- one of the highest regarded DJ's in the world -- and Executive Producer Ryan Tomlinson.
This partnership allows Angry Mob Music entry into a whole new genre of music, which up until now has been an eclectic roster of indie rock, folk, jazz and retro soul. The collaboration helps Angry Mob Music round out their ever growing roster, and now gives them firm footing to attack the urban hip-hop market head on.
"This partnership just makes sense. We're incredibly excited to working with DJ Skee and Build Destroy Music. Clearly they've created a large audience for themselves and we're looking forward to plugging them into our system and extending their reach even further," said Sean Harrison, head of marketing and co-founder of Angry Mob Music.
"We have every faith in Angry Mob to represent our artists," Tomlinson said. "I knew it after our first meeting with them. They just get it. They're a missing piece to our puzzle."
Twelve up-and-coming musicians, songwriter and producers are currently on BDM's roster, and their work has already helped build an extensive library of quality of music for the company.
BDM artists under agreement with Angry Mob Music:
Ben Drake, aka "Bars"
For more information on Angry Mob Music, visit http://www.angrymobmusic.com.
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About DJ Skee and Build Destroy Music
DJ Skee has four Sirius/XM radio shows; a show on KIIS-FM in Los Angeles; and a leading, media, marketing and online entertainment company in Skee.TV. Build Destroy Music focuses on monetizing its cutting edge catalog through commercials, video games, TV and film placements allowing its artists to get seen, get heard and get paid. BDM works with a network with over 400 million impressions to date via video and radio content.