Tighten Up! (By Kenny Love)
KENNY LOVE SPEARHEADS “TIGHTEN UP,” A NEW RECORD LABEL VENTURE SEEKING ITS FIRST ARTIST…
September 30, 2002
“Tighten Up,” a new project spearheaded by Kenny Love, applies to a new record label venture that begins this October. The program is seeking artists for possible record label signings in the following genres; Contemporary Gospel, Urban/Hip Hop (vocals), R&B, Contemporary Jazz (fusion, smooth, modern) and Blues.
Plans call for the worldwide release of the first artist in January, 2003. Love also serves as Director of Marketing for Houston-based MoJamz Records, the parent label, although he states that, presently, the label is contemplating whether or not it will release these new projects within the scope and confines of the parent label.
“Right now, we are not yet certain if we are going to run this new operation under the MJR brand, or create an entirely new sub-label to operate under the parent label,” he states. “But, by the time we decide on which artist to first release, which is within the next three to four weeks, that decision will also be made concurrently,” he adds. “We also want to work specifically with artists who are either in the process of completing their recording, or have recently completed their recording but have not yet begun their manufacturing, marketing and promotion aspects. This is the point where we want to come in and pick up their projects. Needless to say, this process will work well for everyone involved.”
Artists whose music falls within the aforementioned genres and guidelines, should submit TWO copies of their recording on CD format to the following address.
Attn: Kenny Love, Dir. of Marketing
115 Barnhill Drive
Crockett, Texas 75835
Editor’s Note: Kenny Love has an extensive background in both the Music and Writing industries. Learn about the new services that he is providing to unsigned and independent recording artists in response to today’s shaken and fractionalized Music industry by sending an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org.