Disa Records

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Disa Records
Parent company Universal Music Group
Genre Latin pop
Banda
Duranguense
Country of origin Mexico, United States
Official website http://universalmusica.com/disarecords/

Disa Records is a privately owned record label based in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. Specializing in Spanish language recordings, the company's works are distributed in the United States by Universal Music Group.[1]

Univision Music Group bought a 50% interest in the company in 2001. In July 2006 Disa Records sued its American distributor and co-owner Universal Music Group for using "heavy-handed legal tactics" to obstruct a promised full buy-out of Disa Records by Univision.[2]

In May 2008, Universal Music Group bought Univision Music Group and combined it with its Latin genre to become Universal Music Latin Entertainment.

Current artists[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Univision Launches "Univision Music Group"
  2. ^ Univision Music Unit Sued by Mexico's Disa Label

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