‘Holly Hobbie’ Inks Album Deal with Warner Music

The Hulu series debuts the first single off the soundtrack album with more releases on the way this summer.

License Global

June 21, 2019

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Warner Music Group’s Arts Music division has partnered with Cloudco Entertainment to release

original music from the Hulu original live-action series “Holly Hobbie.”

The collaboration has led to the recent release of a first single, “Be the Change (Theme Song).” Future singles from the album will continue to debut throughout the summer and a full soundtrack will launch this September.

"The power of self-expression and relatability through music is intentionally at the heart of the show, to connect with our target audience,” says Karen Vermeulen, head, global content strategy and co-productions, Cloudco Entertainment. “We are thrilled that Warner Music immediately recognized the huge potential to distribute and market the music in its own right and become a core partner of this growing franchise."

Holly Hobbie is a modern revival of the character brand, starring Ruby Jay as a small-town teen trying to make the world a better place while tackling the everyday challenges of growing up.

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