Best known for his work with rap's resident alien Young Thug, producer London On Da Track has been making a name for himself in the industry. That name is starting to pay off as well, as London has signed a deal with United Talent Agency, an organization that represents artists and creatives in all forms of media.

According to Billboard, he'll be joining an already stacked roster of hip-hop talent. Some of the other artists signed to the agency include: Vic Mensa, Dave East, and his constant collaborator, Young Thug. UTA will represent his interests in markets across the globe.

London has been responsible for some pretty big hits in the past. Some of his highlights include Lil Baby's "Right Now," Kodak Black and XXXTentacion's "Roll In Peace," as well as Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan's "Lifestyle." Speaking of which, will we ever get the Rich Gang reunion that the streets are fiending for?

London's also been grinding solo as well. Last year he signed a record deal with RCA, promising to "to show the fans my versatility." He's also started his own label, L.I.V., as well as releasing the track "No Flag," which included a monster roster of Offset, Nicki Minaj, and 21 Savage.

If you're still unfamiliar with London On Da Track's work, now is the time to get informed. It probably won't be very long before we hear his "we got London On Da Traaaaack" producer tag even more than we already do now.