Figure IV Entertainment

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Figure IV Entertainment was a Canadian independent record label, specializing in hip hop music.

Based in Vancouver (with another office in New York City), the label was co-founded in 1994 by Sol Guy, to manage his group Rascalz.[1][2] In 1998, the label released the groundbreaking Rascalz single "Northern Touch", which won a Juno Award for Best Rap Recording the following year.[3] The roster later expanded to include Kardinal Offishall and k-os among others.[1] In 2000, the label released "Husslin'" by Kardinal Offishall, which was one of the hottest 12" singles of the year, and it quickly became an underground favorite.[4][5] The next year, Guy left the label to pursue other interests.[1]

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