Clubhouse Media Group’s new digital talent incubator and influencer management company Doiyen Management announced it signed an exclusive social media consulting deal with the popular singer and songwriter. The collaboration will officially launch with the talented 24-year-old moving into Clubhouse BH, the company’s popular L.A.-based social content creation house.
"I love connecting with my fans via social media – it has been a big part of who I am from the very beginning,” said Mahone. “This partnership is super exciting to me because it meets in the intersection of my music career and the digital space, two of my passion points.
“By moving into the Beverly Hills Clubhouse, I hope to create even more exciting content to share with my followers and engage with them in impactful ways. I can't wait to get started!" he added.
The “Why Don’t We” singer, who has surpassed 615 million worldwide streams to date on Spotify alone, will join Doiyen’s exclusive management roster of popular digital native influencers including professional race car driver Lindsay Brewer, model and actress Carrington Durham, YouTube sensation Gabriella Saraivah, TikTok dancer Michelle Kennelly, TikTok lip sync and dance content creator Jake Kuhlman and many more who have a total reach of over 78 million.
Chase Entertainment, a boutique music management firm, has managed Mahone since the beginning of his nearly decade-long career and will consult alongside Doiyen on his behalf. The firm, led by founder Michael Blumstein, also currently manages Platinum recording artist Pia Mia and has been instrumental in launching the careers of huge acts such as T-Pain, B.o.B. and Kiiara to name a few.
The new deal will focus on elevating Mahone’s social media platforms, which boast over 36 million followers, and further amplify his voice as a global recording artist.
Mahone first burst on to the music scene by performing covers of pop songs on YouTube. In 2019, he released a string of new tracks – including “Anxious” and “Dancing With Nobody” – that reflected the mature new direction he’s taken over the past few years and collectively amassed over 15 million streams.
In 2020, he returned with songs like “Summer Love” (which he both co-wrote and co-produced) and “You Got Me” through his imprint, A.M. Music, solidifying Mahone as an entirely independent artist charting his own course. He has collaborated with the likes of Hardwell, Codeko, 2 Chainz, and most recently, in December, with Mario Bautista and Lalo Ebratt.