Rico Love Named Songwriter of the Year at the SESAC New York Music Awards


SESAC awarded Rico Love with top honors at the “15th Annual SESAC New York Music Awards” when he was named Songwriter of the Year at the event which was held May 11, at Manhattan’s IAC Building .

Love has enjoyed an extraordinary year by anyone’s estimation. One of pop music’s most prolific and diverse creative talents, Love has hit the top of the charts in 2010 with “There Goes My Baby” and “Hey Daddy (Daddy’s Home)” by Usher (featuring Plies) as well as “Just A Dream” by Nelly and “Hello Good Morning” (co-written with fellow SESAC hit-maker Nate “Danja” Hills) and recorded by Diddy-Dirty Money (featuring T.I. and Rick Ross) and “Sweet Dreams” by Beyonce. The busy entrepreneur added yet another credential to his resume as he recently launched Division1 Records, a joint venture with Universal Music Group.

The 2011 awards celebration drew more than 400 songwriters, publishers and industry professionals. The star-studded attendees including Love, Hillary Scott, Kasseem “Swizz Beatz” Dean, Bryan-Michael Cox, Nate “Danja” Hills, Chrisette Michele and Traci Hale among many others. There were more than 40 songwriter and publisher award recipients in the categories of Pop, R&B/Hip-Hop, and Rock.


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