Trenton Harrison-Lewis Joins Warner Music UK & ADA With An SVP Artist Role!
7 Sep 2020
Best known for being an artist manager and working with the likes of Giggs, Amy Winehouse, Ghetts, Sneakbo and more, Trenton Harrison-Lewis has now started a brand new venture with Warner Music UK and ADA for a newly created dual position as SVP Artist and Label Development!
Not pushing his current role aside, Trenton will continue to manage his boast-worthy roster of artists! In this brand new role, Harrison-Lewis will focus primarily on developing fresh and emerging artists that are affiliated with ADA UK – Warner Music Group’s independent label services division.
Not only this, he will also being lending his respected knowledge and hand with both the A&R and Marketing teams at Warner Music UK, in order to help uplift these sectors even more! Reporting to both Howard Corner, the Managing Director of ADA UK, and Tony Harlow the CEO of Warner Music UK – we know that Trenton Harrison-Lewis will flourish with this dual role!
Speaking on the role, Trenton Harrison-Lewis commented; “I’ve known Max Lousada and Tony Harlow for many years, and I’ve seen first-hand their love of the music and the passion they bring to the company. I’ve worked with every major label, and I’ve always found the people at Warner to be first and foremost all about their artists.
“So many young artists need solid structure, wise counsel, and strong mentorship, and I’m looking forward to working with Howard and the entire ADA team, as well as everyone at WMUK, to help develop boutique strategies to foster amazing talent and build real careers.”
Howard Corner, the managing director of ADA said; “In an era when an artist can go from creating a track in their bedroom to the top of the charts, it’s essential that they have expert career guidance and advice from people who understand their music and their issues.
“One of the most accomplished and respected managers in the business and in culture, Trenton comes to us with unparalleled experience working with artists and genres literally from the ground up – whether it’s promoting the explosion of hip-hop in the UK, helping bring drum and bass into the mainstream, or taking grime from the streets to the charts. All of us at ADA UK and WMUK are thrilled to welcome him to the team.”