D-Town Records

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Eieg/D-Town Music Group
FounderNathaniel G. Edwards: Chairman, Steven Franklin, Darryl Ethley and Anthony Paul
Distributor(s)Universal Music Group Distribution
Country of originU.S.
LocationDallas, Texas
Official websitedtownrecords.com

Eieg/D-Town Music Group (DMG) is an American independent record label established in 2004 and distributed through Universal Music Group Distribution and based out of Dallas, TX. The CEO Nate Edwards, a native of Cincinnati, OH, met with Funk legend Bootsy Collins, CEO Of Bootzilla Productions, in Cincinnati, OH, at the tribute concert to Bootsy's mentor, James Brown, on Saturday December 22, 2007, at which time a business relationship was formed. As of September, 2009, Eieg/D-Town Music Group has forged an exclusive U.S. and Worldwide distribution agreement with Bungalo Records and Universal Music Group Distribution. Bungalo Records and Universal Music Group Distribution will also pursue synchronization and licensing deals for Eieg/D-Town Music Group releases.[1]

It is not to be confused with Mike Hank's 1960s Detroit, Michigan soul music D-Town label.


Their hit song from The Deele "Two Occasions" was later referenced (along with Babyface and Darnell "Dee" Bristol) by Mariah Carey in her 2005 megahit song "We Belong Together," rapper The Game on the song "One Night" in 2006, and Plies 2009 hit song, "Want It, Need It" featuring Ashanti. MF Doom samples the track "Shootem Up Movies" in his 1999 opus "Red & Gold."


Eieg/D-Town Music Group has locations in Dallas, TX, Cincinnati, OH, Atlanta, GA, and Tokyo, Japan.[1]

About EIEG/D-Town[edit]

Industry : music and entertainment

Products : music, publishing and entertainment

Key people :

Distributing label : Bungalo and Universal Music Group Distribution


DMG companies :

Business alliances[edit]

D-town Record is allied with Cintrton Beverage company, Violator (company), Curtis James Jackson III and Marian Records.


Artist/album Release date Single(s)
LG3 (Lava Girlz) - Boy I Love You November 13, 2005 ”Boy I Love You”
Keingz Ransom, LG3, and J-Bezy - compilation appearance March 29, 2007 ”Get Crunk”
The Deele - The Only One February 13, 2008 The Only One (remix feat. J-Bezy”, “All I Want For Christmas”)
Keingz Ransom - You Want It May 28, 2008 ”You Want It”
Keingz Ransom - KR August 3, 2009 ”I Do”, “Vacation”
Keingz Ransom - Deck the Hallz (Bungalo and Universal Music Group Distribution) December 1, 2009 Deck the Hallz
3Riple Threat - 3PL August 3, 2009 ”Black Barbie (remix)”
Gerald Brown - HeartBreaker August, 2009 HeartBreaker (released in UK)
Gerald Brown - HeartBreaker August, 2009 Somebody Please (released in UK)
Gerald Brown - HeartBreaker August, 2009 Loser's Game (released in UK)
Gerald Brown - HeartBreaker August, 2009 Think Again (released in UK)
3Riple Threat June 1, 2010 Smooth Wit It” (Bungalo and Universal Music Group Distribution)

Artists on Eieg/D-Town Music Group[edit]

Present artist[edit]

  • 3riple Threat (Dallas, Texas)
  • Seven Second Chase from Ontario, Canada
  • The Gang of Roses from Atlanta, Georgia
  • Gerald Brown (formerly of Shalamar)
  • The Deele
  • Keingz Ransom


  1. ^ a b "AboutUs". Dtownrecords.com. 2009-09-24. Retrieved 2010-11-19.

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