Warner Chappell Music Signs Spanish Rising Star Iñigo Quintero

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Warner Chappell Music signs a worldwide publishing deal with Spanish singer-songwriter Iñigo Quintero.

Spanish singer-songwriter Iñigo Quintero has signed a worldwide publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music, the music publishing arm of Warner Music Group. Quintero has been earning incredible global success since his track “Si No Estás” flew to the top of the Spotify Global Chart, generating over half a billion streams across digital service providers. The song also charted at No. 10 on the US Billboard chart while ranking high in charts across South America and Europe.

“This has been an amazing year and I’m so happy to end it by signing with Warner Chappell Music,” says Iñigo Quintero. “I was blown away by Warner Chappell’s global A&R approach and the international vision Chiki and Carmen showed. The team have an impeccable reputation and an unmatched network of songwriters — I can’t wait to work with the whole Warner Chappell global team so we can reach new heights together.”

“Iñigo’s musical impact over the last few months has been massive, so it’s joy to welcome him to the Warner Chappell Music family,” adds Francisco Javier “Chiki” Dean, A&R Director at Warner Chappell Music Spain. “Through his phenomenal hit ‘Si No Estás’ he has built an incredible fanbase — we can’t wait to build on this momentum and take his music to new places.”

“I’ve been speaking to Iñigo for quite a while now, and in that time, we’ve developed a brilliant relationship,” concludes Carmen Picado, A&R Manager at Warner Chappell Music Spain. “He is a fantastic songwriter, and I couldn’t be happier for the success he’s having. But this is just the start; there are many more hits in the pipeline!”

Iñigo Quintero is a 21-year-old Spanish singer-songwriter from A Coruña, who first released “Si No Estás” (“You’re Not Here”) in September 2022. The song discusses heartbreak with elements of spirituality and finding oneself through religion. At first a viral hit on Spanish TikTok, the song’s popularity spilled across the platform in Latin America, helping it to shoot to the top of the charts. His follow-up track, “Sobredosis,” has generated over 20 million streams on digital services.