Bloodline Records

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Bloodline Records
Founded 2000
Founder Earl Simmons
Genre Hip hop, R&B
Country of origin United States
Location New York City, New York

Bloodline Records is an American Hip hop record label founded by Earl "DMX" Simmons, also known as DMX. The label was previously distributed by Def Jam Recordings. Iceberg (now known as Yung Berg) left Bloodline in late 2001 at the request of his parents. Loose Cannon, who appeared on It's Dark & Hell Is Hot, got into a dispute with DMX when X re-used a verse he sold to Loose on "Where the Hood At?". Loose then left the label in early 2004.

In 2006, Kashmir (now known simply as Kash) left the label to pursue a solo career. Big Stan also left Bloodline sometime in 2006/2007 to pursue his own company Live Young Die Rich Entertainment.



In-house producers[edit]

  • Dame Grease
  • Divine Bars

Scott Davis


  • Yung Berg
  • Loose Cannon
  • Kashmir
  • Big Stan
  • Bazaar Royale

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