The company aims to sign and nurture the best up-coming talent, providing opportunities for exciting collaborations across all genres.
As a successful writer and A&R at Parlophone Records Jin Jin has a wealth of experience to tap into when developing her own roster, and a driving passion for helping others realise their potential.
Recognising the early talent of the now seven times #1 artist Jess Glynne whilst hosting a song-writing masterclass at Jess’s college, Jin Jin went on to co-write the UK No. 1’s ‘Hold My Hand’ and ‘Not Letting Go’ by Tinie Tempah feat. Jess Glynne, ‘Real Love’ (UK No. 2) and ‘Right Here’ (UK No. 6), being involved in 10 tracks on the debut album overall. She also co-wrote 10 tracks on Jess’s second album Always In Between.
Both of Jess’s albums have topped the charts, and Jin Jin was nominated for an Ivor Novello and won a BMI Award for her writing on ‘Hold My Hand’. Jess’s debut album I Cry When I Laugh is now 4 x Platinum in the UK alone.
Brought up in Manchester, the seeds of Jin Jin's ambitions were sown as a child, hanging out in her Grandad’s reggae music record shop. After moving to London she became known initially for her work in the UK grime scene with Wiley and Roll Deep, but has gone on to sign a worldwide deal with Universal Music Publishing and collaborate with a host of international producers and artists.
Producers such as Fraser T Smith, Toby Gad, Stephen Di Genius, Diplo and David Guetta, and artists JaxJones, Paloma Faith & Sigala, RAYE, Jonas Blue & Sabrina Carpenter, Madison Beer, ONEOK ROCK, Sean Paul, Rita Ora, Clean Bandit, Nina Nesbitt, CraigDavid, Gary Barlow and most recently break-through artists Hailee Steinfeld and Becky G.
In recognition of her achievements she was nominated for Songwriter Of The Year at the Music Business Worldwide Awards 2018, and won the “Music Creative” Award at Music Week's 2018 Women In Music event. She recently joined major label Parlophone as Senior A&R Manager, won her second BMI award for Madison Beer’s ‘Home With You’ and in 2020 became a Director of the prestigious Ivors Academy Board.