Zone 4 (record label)

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Zone 4 (record label)
Parent company Universal Music Group
Founded 2007
Founder Polow da Don
Distributor(s) Interscope Records
(In the U.S.)
Universal Music Distribution (international)
Genre Hip hop, R&B
Country of origin US
Location Atlanta, Georgia
Official website

Zone 4 was an American record label created as a joint venture between producer Polow da Don and Interscope Records.[1]


The label was launched in Atlanta, Georgia on July 16, 2007.[citation needed] Polow started out with four acts – Keri, Rich, YV & i-15 and later added a 5th act in 2008 – YouTube/Myspace artist Dan Talevski. In July 2009, 6th act Ester Dean was added to the roster and in the fall 7th act Jared Evan was signed. Polow signed artist Roscoe-Dash in January 2010.

Talevski left Zone 4/Interscope in September 2011.

Polow da Don serves as the company's Chairman.[1] Mia A. Welsh (General Manager), Krista Michalski (Project Manager) and Robert "Kaspa" Smith (Marketing) oversee the daily business for Zone 4, Inc.

The label's first release was Rich Boy's self-titled debut album. The label's second release was Keri Hilson's debut album, In a Perfect World..., March 24, 2009. The label's third release was Keri Hilson's second album, No Boys Allowed, December 17, 2010. The label's fourth release was Lloyd's fourth album King of Hearts, July 5, 2011.


Current artists[edit]

Former artists/producers[edit]


Album information
Rich Boy – Rich Boy
Keri Hilson – In a Perfect World...
Keri Hilson – No Boys Allowed
Lloyd – King of Hearts

External links[edit]


  1. ^ a b Slava Kuperstein (July 16, 2007). Polow Da Don Launches Record Label. HipHopDX. Accessed August 25, 2007.
  2. ^ Rich Boy (Billboard 200 chart), Billboard, June 30, 2007.
  3. ^ Rich Boy (Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart), Billboard, September 22, 2007.
  4. ^ Rich Boy (Top Rap Albums chart), Billboard, August 18, 2007.