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Playmaker Music

Playmaker Music
Parent company Warner Music Group
Founded 2007
Founder Chadron (“Nitti”) Moore
Distributor(s) Warner Bros. Records (US)
WEA (Outside the US)
Genre Various
Country of origin US
Official website Official website of Playmaker Music

Playmaker Music is an American record label, founded by producer Chadron (“Nitti”) Moore in 2007. It operates through, and is distributed by, Warner Music Groups’ Warner Bros. Records.

History

On April 4, 2007, Warner Bros. Records announced that it had struck up a label deal with Grammy-nominated producer Chadron (“Nitti”) Moore to launch Playmaker Music.[1] Under the terms of the deal, WBR will market, promote, and distribute new artists that Nitti (who was previously a staff producer for So So Def Recordings), signs to the label.

Artists

See also

References

  1. ^ "Nitti Signs Label Deal With Warner Bros. Records"

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