Music Industry News Network [04-18-2014]

CLIENT UNIVERSAL MUSIC PUBLISHING SONGWRITER/PRODUCER CARLOS ESCALONA CO-WRITES “TONIGHT” WITH RECORDING ARTIST NAFSICA

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94-18-2014 -(New York, NY) Universal Music Publishing Songwriter and Producer, Carlos Escalona recently co-wrote “Tonight” with recording artist Nafsica for 10 year old DJ/Producer Aiden Jude. “Tonight” has been released by Shap Records on Beatport and has received praise from various industry publications, including Dancing Astronaut and White Raver Rafting. Carlos has won a 2013 BMI Latin Award as part of his songwriting efforts on Paulina Rubio’s “Me Gustas Tanto.”

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