Rhythm House Lands On Multiple “Best Of Lists” While Earning Its 16th No. One This Year

Rhythm House celebrates a broad spectrum of success this year as “one of the most successful publishing startups to launch in Music City” (Variety) anchored by husband and wife duo Jesse and Stevie Frasure. Combined with Warner Chappell and Roc Nation, the music and entertainment company co-founded by rapper Jay-Z, has been guided to its innovative success by VP of Creative Stevie Frasure, as they garnered their 16th No. One chart-topper this year along with 15 singles across all multiple genres including Country, Pop, EDM and R&B and landed over 35 additional cuts.

Despite a crazy year of uncertainty, I’m so proud of what each person in our Rhythm House family has accomplished. We’ve landed multiple outside cuts in a variety of genres and charted more singles than any previous year,” Stevie Frasure said. “Each of our writers have had songs land on radio and whether you’re a major publishing house or a boutique independent, that’s a huge achievement. We’ve really come together while being apart these last few months and I’m extremely hopeful where this next year is going to take us.”

As Jesse Frasure “has built his reputation on being a go-to writer and producer who can create chart-topping musical ear worms in an array of genres” (Music Row), he earned his fourth consecutive CMA Triple Award trophy for having three No. One songs in a calendar year. The music industry “lauds Frasure’s creative talents” (Tennesseean) as he ushered in nominations from the ACM and CMAs and recently earned his third GRAMMY nomination under “Best Country Song” for Old Dominion’s “Some People Do.” Additionally Frasure, also known as telemitry, released the euphoric instrumental debut EP CALM SPRINGS and became the host of Apple Music Radio’s prominent “Little Bit Country”.

Rhythm House consists of Frasure’s own writing and production, along with the development of other composers and producers such as Cary Barlowe, Brandon Day, Steven Lee Olsen and Alysa Vanderheym. The unparalleled talents behind the company land on a wide variety of multiple year-end lists including Los Angeles Times “Top Songs of 2020” for Kelsea Ballerini’s “Hole In The Bottle,” Billboard’s “Top 10/Electronic Songs of 2020” with “Lose Somebody” by Kygo feat. One Republic and Rolling Stone’s “Top 10 Best Country Collaborations of 2020” for “Why Things Happen” by Jimmie Allen, Carley Pride and Darius Rucker.

Jesse and Stevie Frasure continue to heighten the success behind Rhythm House into 2021 as “Bouncy House” was just announced as a featured song in the upcoming Tom & Jerry film. Additionally, Frasure serves as a writer on Thomas Rhett’s current climbing single “What’s Your Country Song,” with additional singles to be announced at the top of the year.