D-town records

Pop music, Musical Artist


Who is D-town records?

Eieg/D-Town Music Group also called DMG is an American independent record label established in 2004 and distributed through Universal Music Group Distribution and based out of Dallas, TX. The CEO Nate Edwards, a native of Cincinnati, OH, met with Funk legend Bootsy Collins, CEO Of Bootzilla Productions, in Cincinnati, OH, at the tribute concert to Bootsy’s mentor, James Brown, on Saturday December 22, 2007, at which time a business relationship was formed. As of September, 2009, Eieg/D-Town Music Group has forged an exclusive U.S. and Worldwide distribution agreement with Bungalo Records and Universal Music Group Distribution. Bungalo Records and Universal Music Group Distribution will also pursue synchronization and licensing deals for Eieg/D-Town Music Group releases.

D-Town is an extremely fresh but experienced private record label. Based on their infrastructure and artist roster, the label is flexible to the constant shifts in pop culture. They provide the necessary financial, professional, and directional support for their artists and new talent they find in the rap, R&B, hip-hop and pop music industry artists’ need that support to help them get recognized by the listening public. As one of the only record labels in Texas to host and operate a Block Ent., Bad Boy South a company owned by Sean ‘P-Diddy’ Combs National Talent Search with D-town Records Tour and competitive showcase paving the path for the future ambition of young artists and popular music.

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on July 23, 2013


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