LEADING INDEPENDENT PUBLISHING COMPANY PRESCRIPTION SONGS
CELEBRATES WRITERS AND PRODUCERS NOMINATED FOR THE 66TH ANNUAL GRAMMY® AWARDS
DOJA CAT, DR. LUKE, FRIDAYY, PETER FENN, LUNCHMONEY LEWIS, RYAN OGREN, ROCCO VALDES, NICK BAILEY & SPACE PRIMATES
COMPANY REPRESENTED OVER SEVEN CATEGORIES INCLUDING POP, DANCE/ELECTRONIC, R&B, RAP, REGGAE & COMPILATION SOUNDTRACK
Leading independent publisher Prescription Songs celebrates its wide-ranging representation among the 66th Annual GRAMMY® Awards nominations as announced Friday, November 10.
With her work represented in three categories, Doja Cat leads the roster’s nominations. Her worldwide chart-topping hit “Paint the Town Red” is nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance while “Attention” is nominated twice, for Best Rap Song and Best Melodic Rap Performance.
Also being recognized in the Best Melodic Rap Performance category is “All My Life” performed by Lil Durk ft. J. Cole, which was co-written by several Prescription Songs songwriters including Dr. Luke (who also produced the track), LunchMoney Lewis, Ryan Ogren and Rocco Valdes.
Artist-songwriter-producer Fridayy—who signed with Prescription Songs in 2022—is celebrating a breakout year with another GRAMMY nomination. Coco Jones’ album What I Didn’t Tell You (Deluxe), nominated for Best R&B Album, features “Put You On” which was co-produced by Fridayy.
Songwriter Peter Fenn is nominated in Best Dance/Electronic Music Album for his contributions to the song “Nathan (Still Breathing)” off Fred Again..’s Actual Life (January 1- September 9, 2022). Up for Best Reggae Album is Cali Roots Riddim 2023 by Collie Buddz, featuring the track “Romeo & Juliette” with songwriting contributions from songwriter/producer talent Nick Bailey.
Elsewhere DJ-songwriting-production duo Space Primates—composed of Marc Sibley and Nathan Cunningham—are being acknowledged for their contributions to Barbie: The Album, nominated for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media. The two produced the track “Barbie Dreams” performed by Fifty Fifty featuring Kaliii.
Prescription Songs inclusion in GRAMMY-nominated projects are:
BEST POP SOLO PERFORMANCE
Doja Cat – “Paint the Town Red” (Doja Cat)
BEST DANCE/ELECTRONIC MUSIC ALBUM
Fred Again.. – Actual Life (January 1 – September 9, 2022) / “Nathan (still breathing)” (Peter Fenn)
BEST R&B ALBUM
Coco Jones – What I Didn’t Tell You (Deluxe) / “Put You On” (Fridayy)
BEST MELODIC RAP PERFORMANCE
Doja Cat – “Attention” (Doja Cat)
Lil Durk ft. J. Cole – “All My Life” (Dr. Luke, LunchMoney Lewis, Ryan Ogren, Rocco Valdes)
BEST RAP SONG
Doja Cat – “Attention” (Doja Cat)
BEST REGGAE ALBUM
Collie Buddz – Cali Roots Riddim 2023 / “Romeo & Juliette” (Nick Bailey)
BEST COMPILATION SOUNDTRACK FOR VISUAL MEDIA
Various Artists – Barbie: The Album (Space Primates)
The music publishing powerhouse’s roster of more than 150 writers reads like a who’s who of the most popular artists, songwriters and producers in music, past and present, including Emily Warren, KBeaZy, Doja Cat, Vaughn Oliver, Becky G, and Joy Oladokun. Beyond crafting popular chart-topping radio hits, Prescription’s talented artists garner accolades among the industry with numerous GRAMMY Award winners and nominees, multiple recipients of ASCAP and BMI Songwriter of the Year Awards, a winner of the 2020 VMA Push New Artist Award, a Spotify Secret Genius of the Year: Songwriter Award, a Hal David Starlight Award winner, and iHeartRadio Producer of the Year, among them.
The company–ranked #6 on Billboard’s Hot 100 Publishing Corporations Year-End Chart (the #1 independent publisher) and named ASCAP Indie Publisher of the Year multiple times (2013, 2014, 2015)–maintains offices in music’s biggest cities, Los Angeles and Nashville, led by a primarily female team with Rhea Pasricha on the West Coast and Katie Fagan in Nashville.
Its staff and roster of legendary and rising songwriters and producers are at the forefront of the industry, creating some of the biggest chart-topping hits, including The Chainsmokers’ 10x-platinum hit “Don’t Let Me Down” (Emily Warren), Doja Cat’s 5x-platinum “Say So” (Doja Cat, Tyson Trax), 24kGoldn’s 4x-platinum “Mood (feat iann dior)” (KBeaZy), Saweetie feat. Doja Cat’s 3x-platinum “Best Friend” (Rocco Valdes, Doja Cat, Kaine, A1 LaFlare), and Latto’s platinum “Big Energy” (A1 LaFlare, Vaughn Oliver, Kaine).