Rhythm Zone

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Rhythm Zone
RZN NewLogo 2009.gif
Parent company Avex Group
Founded 1999 (1999)
Founder Max Matsuura
Distributor(s) Avex Marketing
Genre Pop, contemporary R&B
Country of origin Japan
Location Minato, Tokyo
Official website rhythmzone.net

Rhythm Zone (リズムゾーン Rizumu Zōn?) (RZN) is a record label in the Avex Records Group which releases all kinds of urban contemporary Japanese music.

History[edit]

The "RZ mark" (former logo).

The label was founded in 1999 by Max Matsuura to address the need for a new urban music label, signing M-Flo as its first artist, then followed by Exile.

In 2000, Koda Kumi was signed by Rhythm Zone and debuted with the song "Take Back".

Artists and Sublabels[edit]

Main[edit]

(As per 2011.)

Fluctus[edit]

(Genre: rock)

Riddim Zone[edit]

(Genre: reggae. Founded in 2006 by Ryo the Skywalker.)

Former affiliates[edit]

See also[edit]

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