REFORMATORY RECORDS ANNOUNCES THE AVAILABILITY OF ITS TWO MOST RECENT RELEASES IN THE PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA ON WA3.CN
August 1, 2012
“We couldn’t be more excited about the timing of this release and the ability to directly provide quality music for the rapidly growing youth culture in China. We hope that interest in our labels artists will grow in these markets as our growing catalog is made available in this country. This is just a really great time to be involved in music.” Said Mike Repel, Owner and CEO of Reformatory Records.
“CHASING PAPER” by the Heena Klan shows this Chicago rap trio at their very best, seamlessly integrating Rap Music and R&B throughout the song complete with harmonized rap verses and well blended, extremely catchy choruses. This song is available for download at http://www.wa3.cn/release.htm?actionType=view&rid=10066421
“THE FIRST THREE” by DJ HOUSE is appropriately titled for his first three House music songs which are the tip of the iceberg of the music that he will be releasing on Reformatory Records. This release combines House Music, Latin House, and Electronic Dance Music and is a great example of upcoming music from this artist, has been picked up by a growing amount of radio stations in several countries and is a good choice for any nightclub DJ. These songs are also available for download at http://www.wa3.cn/release.htm?actionType=view&rid=10066422
Reformatory Records would like to thank Jay Parkin, Mathew Daniel, Veoba, R2G and INgrooves for their due diligence and professionalism in facilitating the integration of our catalog into the Chinese digital world. We would also like to thank Eric de Fontenay of Music Dish for his extended hand and in depth consultation regarding music in this region.
We look forward to a growing professional relationship with our global partnerships in our ongoing personal effort to bring our music to the people instead of the people trying to find our artists and our music.
Please feel free to stop by our official website http://www.reformatoryrecords.com a translation widget is embedded in the top of each page to help bridge the language gap for fans of music in non-English speaking countries.
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