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Nick Records

Nick Records
Parent company Viacom
Universal Music Group
Founded 1995
Founder Nickelodeon
Sony Music Entertainment
Distributor(s) Universal Music Group
Genre Teen music
Country of origin United States
Location Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York (Headquarters)
Los Angeles, California (Studio)
Official website Official website

Nick Records (also known as Nickelodeon Records or Nick Music) is the moribund record label for the children's television channel Nickelodeon. The label featured new and emerging young musical artists, "triple threat" singers who also act and dance on the network's series, and soundtrack and compilations based on Nickelodeon TV shows. As of 2015 though, no artists are signed to the label as many of its former artists have moved on to different labels, attained further success on more high-profile labels, or left the recording industry altogether.



External links

  • Official website
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