Off The Wall
With over 20 years of experience in the music publishing business, we are well equipped to advise, consult, administer, license, research, register songs, and pitch your music to film and television supervisors. Because we also handle music clearances, we are on top of what is happening in the production world and we are therefore able to slip your songs in the hands of music supervisors quite easily. Our strong network of subpublishers overseas provides us with additional support and collections of royalties around the world.
We offer three (3) year administration deals at a 15% commission.
MUSIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
We also provide all types of hourly rate administrative services
for labels, publishers, and attorneys such as:
General Administration and Consulting Fees: $75 per hour
Della Music Publishing LLC Catalogs
Da Mascott Music & Funky Noble Productions
Reginald “Reggie” Noble (born April 17, 1970), better known by his stage name Redman, is an American MC,
rapper, DJ, record producer and actor. He came to fame in the early 1990s as an artist on the Def Jam label.
In 1990, the Funk Doctor made his world debut on the EPMD album Business as Usual, appearing on tracks
“Hardcore” and “Brothers On My Jock”. He is also well known for his collaborations with Method Man,
including their starring roles in films and sitcoms. He was also a member of the Def Squad in the late 1990s.
For the past two decades Redman has brought you some classic albums and some of the most energetic stage
performances the world over. A General & Veteran in the game, he looks & feels better than ever before.
Drop Dead Beats Publishing
Adrian "Drop" Santalla has tracked and mixed songs for artists like Fat Joe and Pitbull. In fact, he engineered Fat Joe's single "Lean Back" (produced by Storch), which was certified platinum. Not bad for a guy who started as a
club bouncer, moved up to DJ, and then worked at a jingle house. Much like a high note, he slowly rose to the top, networking along the way and eventually working with big names at Circle House Studios. He eventually branched out on his own and launched UpsideDown Entertainment.
Bar Mitzvah Music (Affective Music Group)
Ari Kalimi tells us that “good music is good music”. We agree, and it shows in the
diverse mixes that he weaves seamlessly together. The pioneer of open format in
Miami, he has the know-how to switch musical gears seamlessly, rocking clubs
around the beach and beyond.
Songs include Pitbull's "Pause" and Bria Lee's "Purple Clouds."
Ha Stick’em Bounce Sounds
Hasan Matthews, a.k.a. HaSizzle, is one of New Orleans top five bounce artists. He performed at
Voodoo Fest 2012 and at SXSW 2013. Listening to bounce music all his life, growing up in the streets of
New Orleans "HaSizzle" started his career in 2002 when he hooked up with legendary dj Blak n Mild.
Soon after, he dropped his first hit "She Rode Dat D**k Lika Soulja” Two years later, he had New Orleans
Twerking down with “Bounce It Biggity Bounce It.” HaSizzle continues to record hit songs and R&B
bounce mixes. He is very open to working with New Styles of music.
In his debut EP, A Conversation at the Witz Inn, Nolfris “Slim KuttaR” Williams incorporates a diverse mix including jazz, hip-hop, and classical in each of his songs. Slim KuttaR says his music “is about having fun and enjoying life no matter where you are on the journey.”
Born in Birmingham, Alabama and raised in New Orleans, Slim KuttaR developed an eclectic range of musical tastes from the hard driving vocal styling of the gospel quartet to the syncopated rhythms of the second line. He draws upon this influence in both his own music, and his very formidable work behind the scenes with other artists.
Aside from his passion for music, Slim KuttaR is a lover of history and basketball. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in History from Green Mountain College. He also played professional basketball in North America and Europe.
L.I.T.E. Recording Studios & E. Dubs Music
Erick Sermon started professionally as a producer and artist with the legendary hip hop group EPMD.
Vernia, was released in 2019.
Hot Lips, King Kozmo, Real Zeal & Zoon Tunes
Randy Klein is a multi-award winning composer, pianist, record producer and music educator. He is the composer of “For My People”, a song cycle featuring the poetry of American author, Margaret Walker. His musical theater works include “Move!”, a dance musical, “I Don't Do Club Dates”, “Flambe’ Dreams”, a musical about a man who dreams of becoming a great maitre'd. Randy wrote the music for “Fancy Nancy ‘Splendiferous’ Christmas” at the Vital Musical Theatre. Randy is also the president of Jazzheads, an independent music label.
Gavriel Rafael Aminov, also known as Vein, has toured the world,
and collaborated with artists such as Pitbull
(“11:59” and “Mr. Worldwide”), Belinda (“Translation”),
Ricky Martin (“Mr. Put It Down”) and numerous others.
He is one of the few producers to bring artists and genres
together in an innovative fashion.
Keith Ross Music Publishing
Keith Ross is a producer, mixer, songwriter and vocal producer/arranger based out of
South Florida. Keith has had the privilege of working in different capacities with a veritable
“who’s who” of stars in the music world from his chart topping Billboard #1 work with the
legendary Jill Scott, Ricky Martin (“Mr. Put It Down”) and Belinda (“Translation”) and many more.
Mr. Sexxx Publishing
A beat maker of renown, Garfield Duncan produced six of the tracks
on the Lost Boyz debut album Legal Drug Money including the hit
singles “Renee” and “Music Makes Me High.” “Renee” has been
sampled on current hits including Diddy’s “Money Ain’t A Problem.”
CeeDee Music publishes over 3,000 songs, and counts Mott The Hoople
amongst its clients, including their songs Rock And Roll Queen,
Thunderbuck Ram and Whiskey Woman.
Baby Britt Publishing
Wayne G. Brown, aka Wayne-O, is a rapper and producer
who has worked with Jadakiss on "Put Ya Hands Up" and
Birdman on "Pop Bottles."
Daelan Jace Music
Dwight Jamal Brandon, better known as “Mally The Martian”, is an Executive Producer hailing from Toledo, Ohio.
He produced Fabolous’ “Lituation” and “Frenemies” and most recently “Summertime Shootout III”. Mally has
also executive produced for Tyga and Jadakiss. He recently launched the management consulting firm “Dream
Consulting” for which he represents newly signed Asylum/Warner artists Young Zay and Hass Irv. The secret
to success as quoted by Mally is “One must be rich in opportunity before being rich in pocket”.
Della Blue Music LLC Catalogs
Andval Music represents the catalog of the great American rock and roll guitarist and songwriter
Link Wray. Some of the stand out songs are “Rumble” which was inducted into the Rock and Roll
Hall of Fame in 2018 and featured in the movie Pulp Fiction, “Ace of Spades” which was featured
in an episode of The X-Files, “Ramble”, “Raw-Hide”, and “Run Chicken Run”.
Argosy Music is the catalog of renown Tin Pan Alley lyricist and composer Hy Zaret.
Hy is the lyricist for Space Songs, an album in the "Ballads For The Age of Science"
or "Singing Science" series of scientific music for children from the late 1950s and
early 1960s. Other songs in the catalog include “Atom and Evil”, “Dedicated to You”,
“She Wore a Yellow Ribbon” and “What Is the Milky Way”.
Barking Green Music
Barking Green Music is the publishing company representing the work of
jazz fusion artist Larry Coryell. His songs were featured in the movie Far
From The Maddening Crowd. Other songs in the catalog include “Bumpin’
On Sunset”, “Joy Spring”, “High Love”, “Crystallization” and “Electric Jam”.
Editions Chanson & Stanyan Music
Editions Chanson & Stanyan Music are the catalogs of Rod McKuen, who The St. James Encyclopedia
of Popular Culture described at the height of his popularity as “the unofficial poet laureate of America.”
Recently, his song "Sounds Of The Day" was sampled in the Chemical Brothers “Got To Keep On”. Some
his most popular songs are “Jean”, “Love’s Been Good to Me”, “I Think of You” and “The World I Used to Know”.
Irving Mills Music
Irving Mills Music is an extensive jazz catalog including
songs by writers such as Irving Mills,
Bob Brookmeyer, Ray Brown, Illinois Jacquet,
Oscar Peterson, Lester Young, Sonny Stitt,
Coleman Hawkins, Flip Phillips, Juan Garcia Esquivel,
Johnny Hodges and Frank Foster.
Living Earth Music
Living Earth Music is the publishing company representing the music of the legendary Paul Winter
and the Paul Winter Consort. For more than 25 years, Paul Winter has defined the concept of world
music, as well as innovatively including the sounds of whales, wolves and canyon echos in his
compositions. The catalog contains “Wolf Eyes”, “Sun Singer” and “Kurski Funk” among its classic
RGS Music Company & London Publishing House
RGS Music Company contains the songs of Rudolph Schenker and Michael Schenker
of the great 1970’s groups The Scorpions and UFO. The catalog includes hits such as
“Doctor Doctor", "In Trance", "Rock Bottom" and "Oh My".. The classic rock songs from
these groups are still widely performed by young bands.
We handle all types of music clearances and licensing including film, tv, video games, art installations, live stage productions, dance productions, album compilations, websites, commercials (tv and internet), classical
music works incorporating written poems or other texts.
Our clearance fee per song is $1,300 and is broken down as follows:
$325 to reach out to publisher(s) for clearance of the SONG plus
$325 to reach out to label (including any side artists and sample owners) for clearance of the MASTER RECORDING
$650 to close with licensing with all labels and publishers
Our fees for projects with multiple song/master clearances:
flat fee based on number of songs in project and extent of consultation, research, and deal negotiations
Clients and projects:
Laura Karpman, grammy winning composer of "Ask Your Mama" a
symphonic, spoken word, and operatic work based on the 1961 poem written by Langston Hughes
Cash Money Records
Hamilton's America - documentary PBS film
"The Greatest: Muhammad Ali" - Louisville Symphony Orchestra
MusicAlive! educational high school classroom music magazine
Marigny Opera House, New Orleans dance and music venue
Bremner Duthie, theatre artist
Samsung in store promos
RPM Group, Pepsi-Cola and Mountain Dew advertisements
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) - installations online and in gallery
W Hotels - live stream concert clearances
Guess? - Camila Cabello "Havana" promo
DMG CLEARANCES, INC
In early 2010, Deborah Evans and Deborah Mannis-Gardner met face-to-face after years of working together via email and telephone.
They connected instantly. Both Deborahs have a similar vision, work ethic, knowledge and experience, and together
they knew that a publishing and clearance partnership would not only serve their individual music companies well, but would also be a first rate resource for songwriters who needed solid, hands on, proactive administration, promotion, and clearances.
DMG and Della Music Publishing jointly administer the catalogues of Reggie Noble, Erick Sermon and numerous other writers. Additionally, Della Music often assists with music clearance projects which are the focus of DMG Clearances Inc.
Together they reach out almost daily to new songwriters, as well as, seasoned composers who are looking for a
smaller independent publisher whose primary focus is on the songwriter – not on the income that the songwriter brings in.
The songwriter is our #1 priority and every songwriter receives our full attention, no matter what the issue.
Deborah Evans began working in the music publishing business in 1998 for Beebe Bourne at Bourne Co. (“Me and My Shadow,” “Here’s That Rainy Day,” “Unforgettable,” “When You Wish Upon a Star.”) She later joined The Harry Fox Agency, working in both the synchronization and the mechanical licensing departments. In 2002, she moved to Helene Blue Musique Ltd. as Director of Copyright and Licensing. Deborah later became Director of Publishing for Stray Dog Music.
As of August 2007, she is an independent music publisher under the name Della Music Publishing LLC, representing artists and songwriters mainly in the hip-hop genre.
In 2009, Deborah Mannis-Gardner and DMG Clearances came into her life and since then, the fascinating and challenging world of clearing music for synchronization and syndication became incorporated into her workday.
Deborah holds a Master’s Degree in Harpsichord Performance from Montclair State University and also spent many years teaching piano, playing for dance classes, and performing. She resides in New Orleans with her husband Joe and daughter Gianna.