Gaby Music has a new deal…
The Puerto Rican producer, composer and hitmaker, who was born Juan Rivera, has signed a record deal with Universal Music Latino.
His association with Universal Music Latino marks his first recording contract as an artist-producer with a major label.
“When I started making music I saw my favorite producers and artists and how they grew up with Universal Latino. Belonging to this great team was one of my biggest goals,” Gaby Music said in a statement. “Very grateful to the Universal Latino team for this new alliance. I am a dreamer who wants to make history in music and I know that together we will achieve it!!!”
Gaby Music broke in as a producer and composer in 2015 and since then has worked on hits such as “Con calma” by Daddy Yankee and Snow, “La noche de anoche” by Bad Bunny and Rosalía, and “Soltera (Remix)” by Lunay with Daddy Yankee and Bad Bunny.
He has won seven Latin Grammys, including Best Urban Song for Daddy Yankee’s “Dura,” which he co-wrote.
Gaby Music also launched his own label, La Familia, together with producer and collaborator Chris Jedi. The pair signed Puerto Rican artist Lunay in 2019, when he was an emerging reggaeton singer-songwriter. That same year, his song “Soltera (Remix),” produced by Gaby Music and Chris Jedi, peaked at No. 3 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart. La Familia’s staff includes artists and producers Bryant Myers, Chanell, Juliito, Dímelo Ninow and Dulce as Candy.