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Nettwerk Music Group Ramps Up It’s A&R Division

Nettwerk Music Group has announced multiple promotions in its A&R department as the company ramps up the expansion of its A&R division

Nettwerk Music Group Ramps Up It’s A&R Division

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Nettwerk Music Group has announced multiple promotions in its A&R department as the company ramps up the expansion of its A&R division to expand globally.


Rachel Cragg has been promoted to Vice President, A&R, and Strategy, while Sameer Sadhu and Angus Blair are now Vice President(s), A&R, respectively.

Cragg has built a roster of global artists, including Mallrat, Neil Frances, Kali, Dee Holt, and Hermitude. Sadhu has a roster that includes Andrew McMahon, In the Wilderness, Miami Horror, Miya Folick, Tim Atlas, and Vacations. Blair, a 5-year veteran with the Vancouver-based company, has previously worked with Leisure, Matt Maltese, Himalayas, Mega, Seafret, Bad Sounds, and Rhodes.

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In a press release, Nettwerk co-founder Mark Jowett stated: “Rachel, Angus, and Sameer’s unique styles and keen eyes for talent have made them invaluable members of Nettwerk’s A&R team. They super-serve their artists, and we couldn’t be more proud and grateful to have them as leaders at the label.”

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Burna Boy Paid Tribute to Sidhu Moose Wala at Sold-Out Concert at Toronto's Scotiabank Arena

The Nigerian singer held a moment of silence for the late Punjabi artist, who made his mark in Brampton, Ontario, during the second of two shows at Scotiabank Arena.

Burna Boy paused his show for a moment of silence at Toronto's Scotiabank Arena on Sunday night (Feb. 25) in tribute to Sidhu Moose Wala.

In between performing hits like "It's Plenty" and "Last Last" to a rapturous, sold-out crowd for the second night at the arena, the Nigerian musician and Afrobeats star took a pause. The sombre moment was in tribute to Burna Boy collaborator Sidhu Moose Wala, the influential Punjabi artist who was murdered in 2022.

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