The U.S. arm of Page 1 Management has signed ClickNPress, the Grammy Award-nominated Nu-Era production team of Kaleb “KQuick” Rollins and Marc “Fresh2Def” Soto.

ClickNPress has worked on cuts for the likes of J. Cole, Alessia Cara, Queen Naija, Cara, and scored a Best Rap Album nomination at the 2020 Grammy Awards for Dreamville’s Revenge of The Dreamers III.

Based in New York, the pair’s music projects extend across a string of film, TV and gaming properties.

Page 1 Management was founded in 2008 by Auckland-based music executive Ashley Page, and boasts a roster of musicians, producers, and writers including Joel Little (Taylor Swift, Lorde), ‘Laxed (Siren Beat)’ creator Jawsh 685, Mark Rankin (Adele, Iggy Pop, Florence and The Machine, and more.

Ashley Page

Earlier this year, former Sony Music Publishing exec Danielle Middleton came on board to lead the company’s U.S. activities from New York, reporting to founder and CEO Ashley Page.

“I’ve had the privilege to work with Marc and Kaleb in different capacities for years, we’ve grown up together in this industry and formed a bond of mutual respect and understanding,” comments Middleton, Page 1 Management Senior Director, on the new signing.

Middleton, enthuses Soto, has been “the President of the ClickNPress fan club for years now, and we couldn’t believe how Ashley has swooped in to co-chair the position.”

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Working with the team, he continues, “has been like finding a missing piece of a puzzle. We take the Fast & Furious approach to music. It’s about finding the right intersections… intersections of hip-hop and pop, R&B and Latin music, film and TV and zooming through them…and doing it with family.”

Page 1 Management also has offices in Nashville and London, and the company recently celebrated two concurrent Top 40 hits, with Regard/Tate McRae/Troye Sivan’s ‘You’ (co-written by Page 1 client SIBA) and Tate McRae/Khalid’s ‘Working’ (produced and co-written by Little).