Taiko Inks Global Deal with Sony Music Publishing


Today, Sony Music Publishing has announced a worldwide publishing agreement with acclaimed songwriter and producer, Taiko.

Nicolas Jaña, artistically known as Taiko, began creating beats at the age of 15. Soon after uploading them to Instagram, he caught the attention of renowned Latin Grammy award winning producer and Sony Music Publishing songwriter, Sky Rompiendo, who subsequently signed him under his label, Black Koi Entertainment. Over the years, Taiko has gained great recognition within the Latin urban genre, producing chart-topping hits for some of today’s biggest superstars including J Balvin, Bad Bunny, Ozuna, Zion & Lennox and Paloma Mami, among others.

“Happy to join the Sony Music Publishing family and take a new step together with Black Koi, who have accompanied me throughout this journey. I’m really enjoying the process and I’m excited for what’s to come,” commented Taiko

“We are thrilled to be working with Taiko. Together with Sky and Black Koi Entertainment, we can’t wait to collaborate with him and contribute to what’s already starting to be a stellar career,” said Jorge Mejia, President & CEO of Sony Music Publishing Latin America & US Latin.

Already at his young age, Taiko has delivered hit after hit throughout his rapidly growing career and has become an important element behind some of today’s biggest hits. His first production under Black Koi Entertainment saw him teaming up with Jhay Cortez for the hit “Easy,” which quickly gained immense popularity and led to the official remix alongside Ozuna. Soon after, the Chilean producer joined forces with Paloma Mami for her hit “Mami.” His successful work with J Balvin on “Rojo” led to his first Latin Grammy nomination. Following right after was the hit “Una Vez” alongside Bad Bunny and Mora, off Bunny’s chart-topping album YHLQMDLG. The acclaimed producer later teamed up with J Balvin yet again to produce “Tu Veneno,” which reached #1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay Chart within the first week of its release. Following these collaborations were: “Que Tu Esperas” with Ozuna and Zion & Lennox; “Mas De La Una” alongside Piso 21 and Maluma; Mora’s “Tuyo” and “512”; “Mi Palomita” with Paloma Mami, the intro track on her debut album Sueños de Dali; and Manuel Turizo’s “Tiempo” off his recent album Dopamina.

As Taiko continues building his thriving career, there is no doubt that he will position himself as one of the most promising and sought-after producers and artists in the urban genre.