Multi-genre songwriter and producer Aaron Chafin has signed a new co-publishing agreement with Concord Music Publishing and Chromatic Music. The deal includes Chafin’s full catalog and future works.
Chafin’s recent songwriting credits include Rozes’ “Halfway There,” Kyd the Band’s “Easy (feat. Elley Duhe),” Cassadee Pope’s “Tomorrow Night” and Sam Tinnesz’s “Loser (feat. Bryce Fox),” among others. He also co-wrote Drake White’s single “Hurts The Healing” and produced Micah Tyler’s “Amen,” which reached the No. 2 spot on Christian radio.
Other Chafin cuts include singles with Kshmr, Sarah Reeves, Jared James Nichols, Leah Nobel, Trella, Kierra Luv, and Svrcina. He has recently collaborated with the X Ambassadors, The Score, Shawn Hook, gnash, Willie Jones, Tofer Brown, The Brummies, Sarah Buxton, Trent Dabbs, Bear Rinehart, Anderson East, Amy Stroup and more.
On the sync side, Chafin’s work can be heard in ads for Dell, Intel, Amazon and Samsung, as well as in TV series such as American Kingdom, Almost Family, The Bold Type, and Selling Sunset. He’s had placements across MTV, FOX, ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox Sports, and promos/trailers for films, including Upload, Last Christmas, After, Countdown and more.
“We, alongside Tofer Brown and Chromatic Music, are incredibly excited to work with Aaron Chafin!” says Brad Kennard, SVP A&R at Concord Music Publishing Nashville. “Aaron is a uniquely gifted songwriter and producer, who’s already having success across country, pop, alternative, and in the film & television world. He’s a perfect match for Concord’s desire to win in every musical arena.”
“After our first time working together a couple of years ago, I knew I had to be a part of Aaron’s musical journey,” Brown adds. “He is one of the most talented producer/writers that I’ve worked with. I am so impressed by his diversity in production and his ability to jump from genre to genre–and to do it all so well is so inspiring. There is no limit to his talent and professionalism, and I am excited to work with him, alongside my Concord family.”
“Super excited to be joining Chromatic Music and Concord for my publishing,” shares Chafin. “The opportunities presented from the team were undeniable from the beginning, and I feel more than confident within their worldwide network of collaborations!”
This marks the second signing under the new joint venture with Chromatic Music, founded by songwriter Tofer Brown. The new creative endeavor was founded to develop, mentor and partner with artists, producers, and songwriters of all genres. Chromatic’s first signing earlier this year was songwriter Lauren Hungate.