|Country of origin||United States|
|Location||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States|
Rostrum Records is an independent record label, founded in 2003 by Benjy Grinberg in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. The label currently has seven artists on its roster: Wiz Khalifa, Mac Miller, Vali, TeamMate, Donora, Boaz, and Leon Thomas. Grinberg is president and Arthur Pitt is the vice president of the label. Rostrum has sold over 9 million singles and 900,000 albums through its deal with Atlantic Records and Wiz Khalifa.
Mac Miller's first album, Blue Slide Park, was the first indie album to debut at #1 on the Billboard Charts since 1995. Wiz Khalifa had his first Billboard Hot 100 #1 single with "Black and Yellow" in February 2011. Also in 2011 the label released Rolling Papers and Mac & Devin Go to High School a collaborative album with Snoop Dogg. The label released ONIFC by Wiz Khalifa in December 2012. The label was named one of Vibe magazine's "Top 5 Labels to Watch in 2012" and XXL magazine's "Top Rising Indie Label in 2011". Grinberg was named #23 on The Source magazine's annual Power 30 list in its September 2011 issue. In 2013, Rostrum Records signed Victorious' Leon Thomas III to the label.
|Leon Thomas III||—||2013|
- Studio albums
- 2006: Show and Prove (Wiz Khalifa)
- 2008: Donora (Donara)
- 2009: Deal or No Deal (Wiz Khalifa)
- 2011: Boyfriends, Girlfriends (Donara)
- 2011: Rolling Papers (Wiz Khalifa) (Rostrum/Atlantic/Taylor Gang)
- 2011: Blue Slide Park (Mac Miller)
- 2012: O.N.I.F.C. (Wiz Khalifa) (Rostrum/Atlantic/Taylor Gang)
- 2013: Watching Movies with the Sound Off (Mac Miller)
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