Razor & Tie

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Razor & Tie
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Founded 1990
Founder Cliff Chenfeld and Craig Balsam
Distributor(s) RED, Sony Music
Genre Various
Country of origin US
Location New York, New York
Official website www.razorandtie.com

Razor & Tie is a New York-based corporation founded in 1990 by Cliff Chenfeld and Craig Balsam.[1] The company encompasses a record label with major label distribution (Sony Music Entertainment and Sony-owned RED Distribution), a home video company, a media buying company, a music publishing business, a marketing, promotion and sales team, and a direct marketing operation.[2]

Razor & Tie represents musicians producing music in folk, dance, metal, pop, rock, soul and world genres. Razor & Tie is perhaps best known for its Kidz Bop compilations, which take the latest pop hits and rework them as sung by children.[3]

In 2014, the company announced the creation of its new imprint, Washington Square. The imprint's roster includes The Hold Steady, Born Cages, and Deaf Havana.[4]

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