The Oasis man has signed a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell, who believe his songs will give him "new levels of success and recognition".
Liam Gallagher is said to be "making progress" on his debut solo album.
According to Billboard, the former Oasis frontman has just signed a new publishing deal with Warner/Chappell, after writing new material which they believe will bring him "new levels of success and recognition".
“I am so pleased to be able to welcome Liam to the Warner/Chappell Family,” says Mike Smith, managing director of Warner/Chappell Music UK.
“He is one of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll stars that this country has ever produced. It is thrilling to see him develop as a writer and these songs will take him to new levels of success and recognition.”
Gallagher also has a recording deal with sister company Warner Brother Records for the album, which is believed to be scheduled for release in 2017.
Gallagher has teased "acoustic," John "Lennony vibes" for his first solo effort, while Supersonic director Mat Whitecross has teased it sounds like The Velvet Underground.