A native of Puerto Rico, Leo James is celebrating his latest success, on the heels of his hit song “Dándole” (Going At It), performed by Gocho.
This chart-topping accomplishment is published in Billboard magazine’s March 29-April 4, 2014, issue. It’s another triumph for SESAC Latina, the fastest-growing performing rights society in the world.
Meanwhile, the creative roster of our society has captured the No.1 spot on three other Billboard charts: Regional Mexican Airplay, with the Luciano Luna-penned “Te Hubieras Ido Antes” (You Should Have Left Earlier), performed by Julión Álvarez y su Norteño Banda; and Hot Latin Songs and Latin Streaming Songs with the Rico Love-written “Odio” (Hate), performed by Romeo Santos and Drake.
“Odio” is now in its 7th consecutive week at No.1 on these two charts.
With a selective policy of affiliation that’s unique in the industry, SESAC represents the best composers and publishers. In so doing, SESAC has built a repertoire of quality that covers all genres and the most popular music of today. Artists affiliated with SESAC include such icons as Bob Dylan, Neil Diamond, Mumford & Sons, Lady Antebellum, Bryan Michael Cox, Swizz Beatz, Rico Love, RUSH, Cassandra Wilson, MGMT, Alice In Chains and many more. SESAC Latina represents such prestigious artists as Draco Rosa, Carlos Baute, Enrique Bunbury, Rayito, Rafa Arcaute, Reik, Jencarlos Canela, Luz Casal, Intocable, Joey Montana, Luciano Luna, Calibre 50, Aleks Syntek, Fonseca, América Sierra, among many others. www.sesaclatina.com
As the first Latin music-focused division to be created by a performance-rights society originally founded in 1930, SESAC Latina is also recognized as a leader in technology, which allows it to process royalty payments more quickly and accurately. SESAC is the only society offering its affiliates monthly radio performance royalty payments.
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