Desert Storm Records

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Desert Storm Records
Desert Storm Records Logo.png
Parent company Universal
Founded 1996
Founder DJ Clue?
Distributor(s) Def Jam
Genre Hip hop
Country of origin United States
Location New York, New York

Desert Storm Records is an American record label founded by DJ Clue? and his childhood friends, Ken Duro Ifill and Richard Skane Ford. The label was formerly distributed through Elektra and Atlantic and is currently distributed through Def Jam. Recently, Duro was appointed Senior VP of A&R at Republic Records / Universal Music Group


Former Artists[edit]

  • Stack Bundles(Deceased/Shot And Killed In Far Rockaway, New York)


DJ Clue? - The Professional

  • Released: December 15, 1998
  • Chart positions: #26 U.S Billboard 200[1]
  • RIAA Certification: Platinum
  • Singles: "Queensfinest", "Fantastic Four", "Gangsta Shit", "The Professional", It's My Thang '99", "Brown Paper Bag Thoughts", "That's the Way", "I Like Control"

DJ Clue? - The Professional, Pt. 2

  • Released: December 19, 2000
  • Chart positions: #3 U.S Billboard 200
  • RIAA Certification: Gold
  • U.S. sales: 882,000
  • Singles: "Back 2 Life 2001", "Change the Game (Remix)", "What the Beat", "Live From the Bridge", "The Best of Queens"

Fabolous - Ghetto Fabolous

DJ Envy - The Desert Storm Mixtape: Blok Party, Vol. 1

Fabolous - Street Dreams

Fabolous - More Street Dreams, Pt. 2: The Mixtape

  • Released: November 4, 2003
  • Chart positions: #28 U.S Billboard 200
  • Singles: "Make U Mine", "Think Y'all Know"

Fabolous - Real Talk

DJ Clue? - The Professional, Pt. 3

  • Released: May 23, 2006
  • Chart positions: #73 U.S Billboard 200
  • U.S. sales: 54,935
  • Singles: "Like This", "Really Wanna Know You"

Fabolous - From Nothin' to Somethin'

Fabolous - Loso's Way


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