Sunday, January 23, 2022

Cinematic Music Group Announces Partnership With Sony RED

Well this is awesome news for Cinematic Music Group.  Joey Bada$$, Pro Era, Big K.R.I.T., Smoke DZA, Fat Trel, and Cashius Green are some artists signed to CMG and today they announced that they have reached a partnership which includes label services, management, touring, and merchandising.  So that means that all the artists above can release projects that will distributed from Sony RED, similar to Odd Future.  Check out the official statement below.

Thursday, August 23rd — Cinematic Music Group and RED, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, are proud to announce a newly-signed partnership, planting the seed for a long and fruitful union between the two companies.
Cinematic Music Group, an independent label which now counts Joey Bada$$Pro EraBig K.R.I.T.Smoke DZAFat Trel, and Cashius Green on its roster, has been operating for over a decade in almost every aspect of the urban music industry. Its C.E.O. Jonny Shipes is one of the leading voices and minds of the redesigned business model for independent music distribution and delivery. His artist developement and management work- which has now covered a who’s who of certifiably unique stars- has caught the ear and heart of the music industry, and his reputation as an incubator of new talent in the urban sector is nearly unparalleled.
By entering this collaboration with RED, Cinematic Music Group marks a glorious chapter in its history with one of the most innovative partnerships in today’s musical landscape which will include label services, management, touring and merchandising. By retaining complete creative freedom of its operations and vision while working closely with the industry leader in music distribution and marketing outreach, Cinematic Music Group is once again leading the pack and paving the way for others to follow.
Fans and music lovers can look forward to upcoming releases from Joey Bada$$Pro EraBig K.R.I.T.Smoke DZAFat Trel, and Cashius Green in the coming months.

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