Jorge Mejia
Jorge Mejia is President & CEO for Sony Music Publishing Latin America and US
Latin, a role in which he is responsible for Sony Music Publishing’s operations across
Latin America and the US Latin market, with offices in Argentina, Brazil, Chile,
Colombia, Mexico, and Miami.
During his tenure at Sony Music Publishing, Jorge has been instrumental in guiding
Sony Music Publishing Latin to become the leading music publisher in the Latin
industry, with a record-setting 19 ASCAP Latin Publisher of the Year wins, multiple
Billboard Publishing Corporation of the Year, BMI Latin Publisher of the Year, and
SESAC Publisher of the Year awards. In 2016, Sony Music Publishing became the first
Latin publisher to win the ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC Publisher of the Year awards in a
single year, the ‘Triple Crown of Publishing’, a feat repeated in 2017 and 2018. Sony
Music Publishing owns or administers over 3 million copyrights by such artists as The
Beatles, Ed Sheeran, Camilo, Daddy Yankee, Nicky Jam, Shakira and Bruce
Springsteen, to name but a very few.
A Latin GRAMMY® nominated composer and a Steinway Artist, Jorge studied piano at
the New World School of the Arts and the New England Conservatory of Music, and
earned his Piano Performance degree from the University of Miami. His 2018 release
An Open Book: A Memoir in Music, went on to garner a Latin GRAMMY® nomination
for Best Classical Contemporary Composition. His latest release entitled If These
Walls Could Talk, a composition for piano in three movements, came out on May 19th
2022 via Sony Music Latin.