Producer Zaytoven has sold the rights to his 560-track catalog, which stretches back to 2005, to Ultra International Music Publishing.

Included are songs like Migos’s “Versace” and 21 Savage’s “Famous.”

The deal will also include some of Zaytoven’s future music.

“Zaytoven is an extraordinary talent,” said UIMP founder/CEO Patrick Moxey. “He is the Father of trap music and has been the driving force of much of how we define that genre. Gucci Mane, Migos, Future – he’s been right there with these artists from the beginning in 2004 right up to the present day. I’m proud to announce that after working with him since 2007 we continue to be focused on future success.”

The terms of the deal haven’t been disclosed.  Dr. Dre recently got between $200 and $250 million for his catalog, Justin Bieber $200 million, and Future $75 million.


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