Schoolboy Records

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School Boy Records
Parent companySchool Boy Entertainment (Hybe America)
Universal Music Group
FounderScooter Braun
Distributor(s)Republic Records (in the US)
Universal Music Group (in the UK)
Country of originUnited States
LocationSanta Monica, California
Official websiteOfficial site

School Boy Records is an American record label established in 2007 by Scooter Braun through his School Boy Entertainment, part of SB Projects (now a subsidiary of Hybe America), a full-service entertainment and marketing company encompassing a wide range of ventures including Raymond Braun Media Group, SB Consulting, SB Management, and Sheba Publishing.[1] The label has a special business arrangement with Universal Music Group.

School Boy Records' success came with the signing of Asher Roth and his single "I Love College" followed by Roth's debut album Asleep in the Bread Aisle.[2] School Boy Records also had early success with Justin Bieber's songs "Baby" and "One Time", Carly Rae Jepsen and her No. 1 hit song "Call Me Maybe", which has been certified diamond, as well as CL and her song "The Baddest Female". In September 2012, Braun signed Korean rapper Psy, whose hit "Gangnam Style" topped multiple international charts. In late 2012, Universal Republic Records converted back to Republic Records, making all artists under the roster move to Republic. School Boy is now distributed by Republic Records.


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