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In a year that has already resulted in many wins, Fetty Wap is ensuring his future will be just as bright on the radio and other visible platforms by signing a new deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing.

Reports Billboard:

Sony/ATV Music Publishing has signed rap artist/songwriter Fetty Wap to a long-term worldwide exclusive co-publishing deal, which includes his hit single “Trap Queen” and other songs he contributed writing to on his self-titled debut album.

The deal was secured in conjunction with 45th and 3rd — the music publishing company founded by the Stargate songwriting/production team of Tor Hermansen and Mikkel Eriksen, and their managers Tim Blacksmith and Danny D. Sony already has a relationship with Stargate through its administration and co-ownership of EMI Music Publishing. The latter company, the songwriting/production duo and their management created a joint venture publishing company named Steller Songs.

“It is always refreshing when a new artist comes on the scene with a bunch of hits like Fetty Wap has, so we are thrilled that he has now decided to become part of the Sony/ATV family,” Sony/ATV CEO Martin Bandier said in a statement. “With a talent like his, there is no doubt he is both the man for today as well as tomorrow.”

So far Fetty Wap’s songs have has scanned 4.7 million downloads in the U.S., according to Nielsen Music, while his first album debuted at the top of the Billboard 200, for the week-ending Oct. 1.

“We are extremely excited and over the moon that Fetty is joining the family and we look forward to working with him and all the team at RGF,” said 45th and 3rd ’s Blacksmith in a statement. Fetty Wap’s RGF Productions was co-founded by Frank “Nitt Da Grit” Robinson and Danny Su Griffin.

“The Sony/ATV partnership will create great opportunities for Fetty Wap’s music to be branded through other mediums,” Fetty Wap attorney Navarro W. Gray added in a statement.

Fetty Wap self-titled debut album is currently available on iTunes now.

Photo: Instagram/Fetty Wap