Milk & Honey is a 21st century hybrid entertainment management company driven by two important disciplines — A&R and Marketing. The company is a privately owned boutique with offices in Los Angeles, New York and Nashville with the launch of a European office imminently approaching. With under 15 employees, the company is able to move faster than larger slow moving companies, and the results have paid off in only 4 years in business. Milk & Honey’s employees all came from distinguished roles at major companies with a desire to be a part of a more focused mid-sized organization. Simply stated, the desire to design the perfect management company forged the name — you are in the land of Milk & Honey. Founder Lucas Keller has created a new management model for the entertainment and music industry based on his 15 years of experience, and interest in discovering new ways to propel clients in an ever-changing environment in how people discover and consume music and art. The company represents some of the most successful artist, songwriter, producer and mixer talent in the world, with a cadre of clients who have amassed over 400 million records sold worldwide. With a diverse group of clients ranging from writers and producers like Oak, Sir Nolan, and David Hodges to top 25 global DJ Oliver Heldens, Milk & Honey is working in every prominent genre of music. Hits like Nick Jonas’ “Jealous,” Justin Bieber, Daddy Yankee and Louis Fonsi’s “Despacito,” Alessia Cara’s “Here,” “Scars To Your Beautiful,” and “Growing Pains,” Selena Gomez and A$AP Rocky’s “Good For You,” Flo-rida’s “GDFR Going Down For Real,” Imagine Dragons “Thunder,” Demi Lovato’s “Sorry Not Sorry,” James Arthur’s “Say You Won’t Let Go,” Justin Bieber/Chance The Rapper/DJ Khaled/Quavo’s “No Brainer,” Dua Lipa’s “IDGAF,” Rag N Bone Man’s “Human,” Fifth Harmony’s “All In My Head (Flex),” Steve Aoki and Louis Tomlinson’s “Just Hold On,” Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years,” Bebe Rexha’s “I’m a Mess,” Charlie Puth and Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again,” Flume’s “Never Be Like You,” Carrie Underwood’s “See You Again,” Fifth Harmony’s “All In My Head (Flex),” Kelly Clarkson’s “Because of You,” Daughtry’s “What About Now,” Ben Rector’s “Brand New,” Galantis and Hook N Sling’s “Love On Me,” Backstreet Boys “Don’t Go Breakin My Heart,” Blink 182’s “California” and many others have come from the prolific clients that Milk & Honey represents. With specialists in artist management, songwriter/producer creative, A&R, tv/film/advertising synch licensing, digital, branding/marketing and international strategy — Milk & Honey is a one stop for talent. The company’s 15 electronic clients tour clubs and festivals globally, and release music with the help of Milk & Honey’s A&R services. Chelsea Avery leads the A&R side of the company — prior to joining Milk + Honey, Avery held the position of Senior VP of A&R for Scooter Braun Projects where she did A&R for Justin Bieber, Martin Garrix, Tori Kelly, David Guetta, The Knocks, Steve Angelo among others. The company has a strong ex-US focus with relationships and direct partnerships on the highest level, including China as a major focus and important developing market. No producer management company in the US exports more songs to the international market than Milk & Honey. Prior to starting Milk & Honey, Keller spent 5 years at Beverly Hills music/tv/film powerhouse The Collective. As the youngest of seven music managers at The Collective (a group who represented Linkin Park, Kanye West, Enrique Iglesias, Slash, Peter Gabriel, Jimmy Cliff and others) he aggressively pursued the writer producer management business while continuing to look after his artist clients. Today, Milk & Honey and their clients have received multiple gold and platinum awards, Billboard chart certifications, BMI/ASCAP pop awards, BMI/ASCAP country awards, Grammys, Golden Globes, Junos, Mercurys, Brits and together, the team has helped their clients reach the furthest corners of the globe. A unique component to Milk & Honey is the team’s focus on building intellectual property and ancillary businesses for clients in addition to their primary careers. Milk & Honey had two #1 hits in 2018 via client owned publishing companies that M&H launched, with James Arthur “Say You Won’t Let Go” and Demi Lovato “Sorry Not Sorry. The portfolio of Milk & Honey created client IP ranges from more conventional entities like publishing companies, record labels and production companies to apps, software, lifestyle brands, video games and beyond. Headquartered in Los Angeles, Milk & Honey works closely with the heads of major television networks, heads of film studios, trailer houses, ad agencies, and gaming companies to place music within visual media. The company’s synch arm clears nearly 30 placements per day in tv, film and advertising. Milk & Honey and its clients made an overwhelming dent on the global pop charts in 2017 – 2018, and continue to expand. In fall of 2018, the company had 7 client hits at once on the US top 40 radio charts.

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