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CAA has nabbed British musician YUNGBLUD for worldwide representation. The singer, songwriter and actor (born Dominic Richard Harrison) recently concluded the North American leg of his YUNGBLUD – The World Tour this summer. He was formerly represented by UTA in North and South America.

YUNGBLUD began his musical career with a 2018 self-titled EP and continued to gain traction with his 2019 debut album 21st Century Liability and EP The Underrated Youth, which marked his first appearance on the Billboard 200. Since 2019, YUNGBLUD has charted 12 singles on the Hot Rock & Alternative Airplay, including top 10 hits “Original Me” (which peaked at No. 7 on the tally) as well as “11 Minutes,” “I Think I Am Okay” and “Tongue Tied,” which all reached No. 3, according to Luminate.


Elsewhere, YUNGBLUD has landed eight tracks on the Alternative Airplay chart and also charted on the Billboard 200 with 2020’s Weird (No. 75) and 2022’s YUNGBLUD (No. 45), according to Luminate. In 2023, YUNGBLUD has released two singles: “Lowlife” and “HATED.” He is expected to release additional music in 2024.

According to CAA, YUNGBLUD now has a combined social following of more than 15 million and has racked up more than 3 billion global streams. On Spotify alone, he boasts more than 6 million monthly listeners.

Over the past five years, YUNGBLUD has sold out arenas in the United Kingdom and across Europe. He has additionally performed at several high-profile festivals, including Coachella, Lollapalooza and Riotfest. His 2023 North American tour also included a run of amphitheater shows.

YUNGBLUD is managed by Tommas Arnby, Ed Juniper and Adam Wood at Special Projects Music Co. His attorney is Liv Lyons at Lee and Thompson.

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