Top Christian Albums Imprint Centricity Music Partners With ADA Worldwide For Distribution

Top Christian Albums Imprint Centricity Music Partners With ADA Worldwide For Distribution

Centricity Music, the No. 1 Billboard Top Christian Albums Imprint for the third consecutive year, partners with Warner Music Group’s ADA Worldwide for distribution in 2021 and following 10 years with CCMG/Universal. Known for its commitment to artist development and stylistic diversity, Centricity Music looks to build on ADA’s successes as its partner for Lauren Daigle’s Platinum-selling, GRAMMY-winning Look Up Child.

Beginning Jan. 1, all active Centricity Music titles from its impressive roster of artists are available for retail accounts to purchase through ADA.

“We are so excited to be partnering with ADA. When looking for a distribution partner we were looking for a world-class organization with additional opportunities for the Centricity artists,” says Steve Ford, Centricity Music General Manager. “With ADA we found an incredible team that was excited about the entire roster. We look forward to working with them to continue the artist development story for our artists.”

“We have long admired the extraordinary Centricity team and roster, and on behalf of everyone at ADA, we are proud to welcome Centricity to the family,” says Eliah Seton, President of Independent Music and Creator Services at Warner Music Group. “We can’t wait to help amplify the unique voices of this incredible label in the US and around the world.”

Alongside Lauren Daigle having another stellar year, topping the overall 2020 Top Christian Artists Billboard chart as her labelmates Unspoken and Chris Renzema received significant sales growth last year as well, Centricity Music is poised to again build upon its historical successes. Its upcoming releases include the first new song from Daigle in two years, “Hold On To Me,” releasing Feb. 26, as well as new music from Chris Renzema, North Point Worship and Coby James, plus the recent release of Apollo LTD’s sophomore album, Nothing is Ordinary, Everything is Beautiful, and the third album, Say It, from Gold-selling, Dove Award-winning pop recording artist and songwriter Jordan Feliz.

With its artists and Centricity Publishing songwriters receiving fifteen 2020 GMA Dove Awards Nominations and taking home three Dove Awards, all the latest Centricity Music news and more information can be found at, Facebook and Instagram.

About Centricity Music:

Centricity is an independent Christian music company based in Franklin, TN. Founded in 2005 with a commitment to artist development and stylistic diversity, its artist roster includes Andrew Peterson, Apollo LTD, Caitie Hurst, Chris Renzema, Coby James, Jason Gray, Jonny Diaz, Jordan Feliz, Lauren Daigle, Neon Feather, North Point Worship, PEABOD and Unspoken. Providing label and publishing services, Centricity is a family-owned organization, and they like it that way. The committed work of its staff and artists has yielded successes such as Grammy Awards, Billboard Awards, Dove Awards, K-Love Fan Awards, and multiple Gold and Platinum Albums and Singles. For more information on Centricity Music, visit

About ADA Worldwide:

ADA is a worldwide service organization committed to independent artist and label development. As part of Warner Music Group, ADA gives the indie community access to an unparalleled global distribution system and a dedicated team that provides a complete spectrum of marketing, merchandising, promotion, and music licensing services. ADA was created in 1993 to focus on the independent music business, where some of the most successful artists and record labels have built their initial followings. ADA marries the effectiveness and convenience of a major label with the marketing sensibilities of an independent. ADA’s partners include 12Tone, BMG, Centricity Music, Ciara, Comedy Central, Dualtone, Macklemore, Neon Trees/Thrill Forever, Partisan, Polyvinyl, Pro Era, Mute, Nettwerk, Sumerian, Sub Pop, VP Records, Vice, WaterTower and many others.

Source: Hoganson Media