Category: Reggae

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    Entertainment One (AIM: ETO) is a leading independent entertainment content owner that acquires film, television and music rights and exploits these rights in all media in more than 190 countries. The company currently operates in Canada, the U.S., the UK, Holland and Belgium through its four primary businesses units: E1 Television, E1 Films, E1 Music and E1 Distribution. These businesses collectively represent E1’s extensive expertise in film distribution, television and music production/distribution, Kids content, Licensing and Distribution. E1’s content library includes more than 3,700 feature films, 2,700 hours of original television programming and 15,000 music tracks.
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    World music label producing hits from the high Andes to the low Tropics, from Saya to Soca. We started as a boutique label producing Caribbean music for tourist souvenirs but more recently we produce with a broader appeal for radio and TV. Great variety in our catalog of over 400 songs including Afro-Pop, Andean, Caribbean including Reggae, Floribbean (from Florida and the Keys, a la Jimmy Buffet) Latin and Jazz with some Holiday music including instrumentals. Four new releases are scheduled for 2009. We are looking for opportunities to distribute and license our catalog world-wide.
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    small label -- big sound Founded in Ann Arbor, MI, as a regional indie label and production company in 1972, MEGAWAVE today presents music from artists and artist-owned labels from around the world.
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    NY Indie label- still going strong after 30 years. From the Bad Brains to Lee Perry to Legendary Pink Dots to Bill Laswell to James Chance back on up to Dub Trio & Dr. Israel. Enjoy!
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    Part of Concord Music Group
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    Sunflower Entertainment Co., Inc. is the leading licensor and administrator of all genres of independent Latin music. The Sunflower catalog features such popular artist from the legendary Discos Fuentes catalog as Joe Arroyo, Sonora Carruseles, La Sonora Dinamita, and Fruko y Sus Tesos, as well as Bachata stars Zacarias Ferreira and Kiko Rodriguez to Merengue artists Amarifs and Orlando Conga. Recently, we presided over the signing of Vakero, the #1 Dominican Hip Hop artist and leader of the Rap Dominicano movement. Additionally, Sunflower represents Reggae legends The Itals, The Gladiators and Justin Hinds.
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    The Tuff Gong label was founded in 1965 by Bob Marley, with the vision of producing, distributing and promoting his music free from the constraints of corporate label politics. In a time decades before artist-owned record labels were commonplace, the legendary Bob Marley’s vision was characteristically well ahead of its time. Now, nearly a half-century later, his dream is being realized. With Tuff Gong Worldwide, Ziggy Marley continues a dream of his father to own and manage not only his own music, but nearly every aspect of his career. From record label operations to book publishing, Ziggy not only records and releases all of his recent solo studio albums and DVDs via Tuff Gong Worldwide (including the Grammy-winning albums Love Is My Religion and Family Time, and the new release Wild and Free), but also has become a major player in the comic book / graphic novel industry with the release of the MarijuanaMan series. With such distribution partners as Image Comics, Entertainment One in the U.S. and Canada and a variety of distributors and label imprints around the world, Tuff Gong Worldwide's reach has become, indeed, a global phenomenon. Most recently, Tuff Gong Worldwide has expanded beyond consumer products and into the world of television with Marley Africa Road Trip (Elixir Films). Even more new developments will be announced in 2012. Since its inception in 2005, Tuff Gong Worldwide has established itself as a leader in the reggae community. Having consulted on such projects as The Disney Reggae Club (Walt Disney Records) and MARLEY (Shangri-La Entertainment), the company has become a sought-after expert in tapping into reggae culture. With unprecedented access to reggae creatives (artists, musicians, songwriters, etc.), Caribbean media (radio, online, press), and other promotional outlets, Tuff Gong Worldwide finds itself at the center of reggae culture in North America, the Caribbean, and beyond.
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    Virtual Label provides direct access to all the major and secondary worldwide digital service providers. We provide significant value for our artists and labels by not only identifying new services but by actively marketing to existing services and being at the forefront of all emerging services worldwide. We are very proud of our ability to secure significant visibility for new releases and catalog on iTunes, Amazon MP3, eMusic, Rhapsody, Spotify, Other Music and more. We have excellent relationships with the key DSPs and provide the human touch so often missing with many of today’s digital distributors. Our standard contract with our labels is short-term with a reasonable fee and monthly accounting. We can (and do) provide this service to artists and labels that are not distributed at physical retail by Virtual Label LLC. We have built our digital business by focusing on music that we love and by referrals from our existing clients. We utilize Consolidated Independent in the UK as our digital warehouse and delivery partner who quickly and easily can deliver our 25,000+ track catalog worldwide to new services. Similarly, Royalty Share provides our labels with digital accounting that is accurate and easy to use. http://virtuallabel.biz
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    In the 1990s VP Records was born from the VP music stores as reggae - especially dancehall reggae - was experiencing a surge in crossover popularity. VP Records quickly became the go-to label for dancehall reggae acts as well as other Caribbean musicians looking for an inroad in North American markets. The label grew quickly and was awarded Best Independent Label twice by Billboard within its first nine years of operation. Today it is difficult to think of an internationally known reggae musician who hasn't at least passed through VP - after all, the label regularly releases a whopping 60 albums per year. Although they certainly release single artist full lengths, compilation albums are a major part of the VP approach. The label uses their long running series of comps, Dancehall 101, Reggae Anthology, and Strictly The Best, as both introductions to Caribbean music and culture to new fans and as ways for dedicated fans up on the latest music emerging from the islands between full lengths from their favorites. The Reggae Anthology series in particular includes in depth liner notes to give fans a deeper look into Caribbean musicians, who often receive very little coverage in the music media outside of the islands. VP Records includes Greensleeves Records, 17 North Parade, Joe Gibbs, Penthouse Records, Channel One, Volcano Records, Midnight, Dynamic Records & Powerhouse Records.
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