Knockout Entertainment

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Knockout Entertainment
Parent companySony Music Entertainment
FounderRay J
Distributor(s)RED Distribution
GenreR&B, hip hop, gospel
Country of originUS
LocationLos Angeles, California, California

Knockout Entertainment is singer Ray J's vanity label, founded in 2001. The label specializes in R&B, hip hop, and gospel. Originally released under Sanctuary Records, a press release in December 2007 announced a new partnership with E1 Records.[1] Before this, he mentioned his label on his 2001 album This Ain't A Game.

The label's debut, Ray J's Raydiation album—released September 2005—included the top twenty hit "One Wish"[2] and went on to sell 1 million copies worldwide. Other releases include Willie Norwood's gospel album titled I Believe, which was not released in conjunction with any other label, and was only available as a digital download or through CD Baby and top-twenty albums Ray J's All I Feel and sister Brandy's Human.





Year Artist Title Chart positions
2005 Ray J Raydiation 48 13
2006 Willie Norwood I Believe
2008 Ray J All I Feel 7 1
Brandy Human 15 5
2009 Ray J For the Love of Ray J 53
2011 Brandy & Ray J A Family Business [3]

Future albums[edit]


singles: "One Wish", "What I Need"
single: "I Believe"
single: "Sexy Can I", "Gifts"
single: "Right Here (Departed)", "Long Distance"
single: "Sexy Ladies", "For the Love of Ray J"
single: "Marco Polo"
single: "I Hit It First"