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Singer-songwriter Elena Rose, who's penned hits for Selena Gomez, Maluma and Daddy Yankee, has signed with Alejandro Duque's Warner Latina.

The Venezuelan-American talent launched her career as a vocalist with her first single, "Sanduga," in 2020. Since then, she's released a handful of tracks and collaborated as a guest artist on songs by Bad Bunny, Becky G and Sebastian Yatra. She co-wrote five songs on Gomez's 2021 Spanish-language project, Revelación.

“Elena is a unique artist. Her lyrics, her voice, her presence and the ability she has to convey emotions is unparalleled. We are proud to be able to work together to fulfill her vision, deliver her music to the public, and make it timeless,” said Warner Latina President Alejandro Duque.

The signing follows another hitmaker that recently joined Duque's label, super-producer Ovy on the Drums.

Pictured above (L-R): Duque; Warner Latina SVP, Head of A&R Hector Rivera; Elena Rose; Warner Latina SVP Marketing & Artist Strategy Ruben Abraham; and manager Benjamin Tischker.

Photo courtesy of Anwar “Ize” Cedeño/Warner Music Latina