Dirty Records

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Dirty Records
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Founded 2001
Founder Pete Wadams, Callum August
Genre Hip hop
Country of origin New Zealand
Location Auckland
Official website www.dirty.co.nz

Dirty Records is a New Zealand hip hop label. The label is based in Auckland, New Zealand, and was founded in 2001 by hip hop producer Pete Wadams and business partner Callum August.

Dirty Records has been describes as "one of the stand-out success stories of a thriving music scene".[1]

Artists[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Unique: Jerry 4 W.A. (2002)
  • P-Money: Big Things (2001), Big Things Instrumentals (2002), Magic City (2004), Unreleased Joints & Remixes (2007)
  • Scribe: The Crusader (2003), Rhymebook (2007)
  • PNC: Ooooooh...On The PNC Tip - Mixtape (2005), Rookie Card (2006), Bazooka Kid (2009)
  • Frontline: What You Expect? (2004), Borrowed Time (2005)
  • David Dallas: Something Awesome (2009)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ zBond, Georgina (14 January 2006). "NZ label Dirty Records about music, not money". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 2009-04-21. 

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