Ditto Music

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Ditto Music
Private
Industry Music
Genre Online distribution, Record label
Founded 2005
Founder Lee Parsons, Matt Parsons
Headquarters Liverpool, United Kingdom, United States
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Lee Parsons
Matt Parsons
Products Record Label Services, Online Delivery (Music)
Services Record Label Services and On-demand music distribution
Number of employees
23
Website Ditto Music Website

Ditto Music is an online music distribution company.

Ditto Music distributes music to 160 digital music stores, including iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, VEVO, eMusic, Spotify, Beatport, Rhapsody[1]

History[edit]

Ditto Music was started by Matt and Lee Parsons who were previously in bands themselves. Ditto's first artist was released on December 25, 2005.

In January 2007 Ditto Music engineered “Blag, Steal & Borrow” by Essex band Koopa into the UK Top 40, making it the first chart hit by an unsigned band,[2] this achievement is in the Guinness Book Of World Records[3] Ditto Music have achieved 11 UK Top 40 hits with unsigned artists to date,[4] founded 6,000 record labels, were the first to put an unsigned band on Spotify and have openly spoken out supporting artists' rights.[5][6][7] Ditto Music's sister company Ditto Urban provide record label, promotional and distribution services for upcoming and established urban artists worldwide. Artist include Scorcher (rapper), Big Narstie, Mic Righteous, Jon B., Esco Williams and Kof.

Ditto Music opened their US office in Nashville Tennessee in February 2011[8] and have subsequently been nominated for awards at the International Trade Awards [9] and 'International Business of The Year'.[10] Ditto opened their Australian office in Melbourne in May 2013. Other accolades include RECSS Customer Support Award for 'Best Online Service Provider'[11] and a nomination for 'Best Distribution Team' at the 2013 Music Week Awards.[12]

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