All Around the World Productions
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|All Around the World Productions Limited|
|Parent company||Universal Music Group|
|Distributor(s)||Universal Music Distribution|
|Genre||Electronic dance music
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Location||Blackburn, United Kingdom|
All Around the World Productions Limited (also known as AATW) is a record label from Blackburn, United Kingdom. The label specialises in dance music and most recently R&B. It is a subsidiary of Universal and has had success with Tulisa, Dappy, Yolanda Be Cool and Charlie Brown. In 2010, they signed R&B singer Jamelia and grime artist Skepta.
AATW was founded by directors Matt Cadman and Cris Nutall in 1991.
The label is releases compilation albums under the names Floorfillers and Clubland, released in association with UMTV. Other dance albums include Dance Mania, Ultimate NRG & the Clubland Hardcore, and the X-Treme series.
In March 2008 AATW organised a series of Clubland arena events, followed by a second tour, Clubland Live 2, taking place in December 2008, a third in early 2010 and a fourth planned for 2011. The label have recently signed UK singer Jamelia.
Due to the success of their TV channel Clubland TV, All Around The World then launched another new music channel titled WTF on 23 November 2010. The channel had two programs, Daytime WTF and Night-time WTF. On 15 August 2011, WTF was rebranded as Massive R&B and as Planet Pop on 27 March 2013.
In May 2012, All Around the World Productions purchased Channel AKA, before previous owners Mushroom TV entered liquidation. AATW also runs Greatest Hits TV, which was rebranded as Summer Hits on 21 June 2013.
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