Top Stop Music

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Top Stop Music
Founded 2009
Founder Sergio George
Distributor(s) Sony Music Entertainment (2009-2011)
Atlantic Records (2011-Present)
Genre Salsa, merengue, bachata
Country of origin United States
Official website www.topstopmusic.com

Top Stop Music is an independent record label founded by Puerto Rican producer, Sergio George in 2009 based in Delray Beach, Florida.

History[edit]

Sergio George was known for producing albums for salsa musicians during his work with RMM Records & Video during the 1990s. Following the purchase of RMM Records in 2001, George left the company to pursue his own independent record. The record's first album, Ciclos by Luis Enrique received a Latin Grammy Award for Best Salsa Album in 2009.[1] The lead single, "Yo No Sé Mañana" was also given a Latin Grammy Award for "Tropical Song of the Year".[2] La India, who worked with George in the past, released her album Unica which reached number one on the Tropical Album charts.[3] Prince Royce, a bachata musician, recorded his own version of "Stand by Me" which peaked at number one on the Tropical Airplay charts.[4] BKidz, a group formed by George, recorded a salsa version of Jackson 5's "ABC".

List of artists on Top Stop Music[edit]

List of former artists on Top Stop Music[edit]

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