|Parent company||Sony Music Entertainment|
|Distributor(s)||Sony Music Entertainment
(in the US)
RCA Label Group
(Outside the US)
|Country of origin||United States|
|Location||Los Angeles, California|
In November 2011, Sony Music Entertainment partnered with Dr. Luke to create Kemosabe Records. The company releases records with Sony Music Entertainment. Łukasz Gottwald will be able to hire his own staff, sign artists, and develop talent, but he’ll only be able to produce records for Sony artists for the next five years. The deal gives Sony exclusive rights to Dr. Luke’s services as a producer for five years.
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As of August 2015, 10 artists are signed to Kemosabe.
- Kesha (joint U.S. deal with RCA Records)
- Becky G (joint U.S. deal with RCA Records)
- Juicy J (joint U.S. deal with Columbia Records)
- Zara Larsson (joint U.S. deal with Epic Records)
- LunchMoney Lewis (joint U.S. deal with Columbia Records)
- Lil Bibby (joint U.S. deal with RCA Records)
- Elliphant (joint U.S. deal with TEN Music Group)
- Christian Burghardt (joint U.S. deal with RCA Records)
- Rock City (joint U.S. deal with RCA Records)
- Sophia Black (joint U.S. deal with RCA Records)
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