Sentric Music Group

Sentric Music Group signs William Orbit to exclusive administration agreement

Multi-Grammy winner producer and songwriter has collaborated with big names including Madonna and Britney Spears

Liverpool, 18th August 2021 Sentric Music Group has signed William Orbit to an exclusive administration agreement.

Orbit has sold 200 million recordings worldwide across his own catalogue of work, and his production and songwriting career.

He has written and produced for numerous big names over more than three decades including Madonna, Blur, All Saints, No Doubt, Pink, Robbie Williams, Katie Melua and Britney Spears.

His discography of original works includes the 1999 studio album Pieces In A Modern Style, which peaked at No.2 in the UK.

He has earned three Grammy Awards and four Grammy nominations, as well as being a Golden Globe nominee. He has won an Ivor Novello and multiple other music industry awards.

The agreement with Sentric covers key works from Orbit’s catalogue as well as future works including a new album that will be released early next year.

Orbit’s catalogue will benefit from Sentric’s leading sync and creative departments in particular.

Peter McCamley, Sentric Music Group Creative Director said: “William is truly an outstanding songwriter. We are delighted to bring him to Sentric Music Group. We look forward to maximizing the value of his stellar catalogue of works, and partnering with him for the next stage of his career. Our creative and sync teams are already strategizing how we work both his existing and new catalogue.”

William Orbit said: “I’m loving making music as much as I did in the mid 90’s. Clearly the publishing and sync game has changed, and I look forward to playing it with the team at Sentric.”

Sentric Music Group

Founded in 2006, Sentric Music Group is a global, award-winning independent publisher. Based in Liverpool, with offices in London, Hamburg and New York, it boasts an international infrastructure including direct royalty collection with over 120 global territories. Today, it represents more than 1.5m works and over 200,000 songwriters.