Canadian singer-songwriter Jenna Andrews known for BTS’ “Butter” and “Permission to Dance” signs with ‘Milk & Honey’

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It was recently revealed that Calgary native, Jenna Andrews signed with Milk & Honey for management and will be represented by founder and CEO Lucas Keller along with general manager Nic Warner and manager Chad Wes.

Milk & Honey is a very big name in the industry and has collectively sold over half a billion records since the company’s founding in 2007, appearing on songs like Dua Lipa’s “Levitating,” Ed Sheeran’s “Afterglow” and Maroon 5 and Megan Thee Stallion’s “Beautiful Mistakes.” reported to Variety.

Andrews has Co-written and Produced several mega-hit songs such as BTS’s, “Dynamite”, “Butter”, “Permission to Dance”, Little Mix’s “Heartbreak Anthem”. She has also collaborated with big names such as Jennifer Lopez, Jessie J, Lennon Stella, Tori Kelly and Noah Cyrus. She also serves as an A&R consultant at RECORDS, home to Cyrus and 24kGoldn, and co-heads Sony/ATV-affiliated TwentySeven Music Publishing.

Not only does Andrews produces and writes music, but she also has launched a web series called ‘The Green Room in conjunction’ with the Jed Foundation, a nonprofit that promotes positive mental health for teens and young adults. She’s also an advocate for She Is The Music, an organization dedicated to increasing the number of women working in music – according to Variety.

BTS’ “Butter,” co-written by Andrews, held the No. 1 position on the Billboard Hot 100 for seven consecutive weeks until it was replaced by “Permission to Dance,” making Andrews the rare songwriter to replace herself at the top of the chart.

Jenna Andrews said in a statement regarding her signing with Milk & Honey that, “I have been such a big fan of everyone over at Milk & Honey for such a long time and love their energy, hustle and dedication to their clients.  It really felt like having them manage me was the perfect fit going into this next chapter of my career!”

 

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