The Ultimate Group

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The Ultimate Group
Parent companyUniversal Records
Founded2000
FounderChris Stokes
StatusDefunct
GenreR&B/Pop
Country of originUnited States
LocationLos Angeles, California

TUG Entertainment (TUG stands for The Ultimate Group), was a record label/Management Company that was once home to such artists as B2K, Omarion, Marques Houston, Mila J, O'Ryan, Jhené Aiko, One Luv, 2 Much and NLT, Simon Phenix/Rawwtunez for Universal Records. TUG CEO Chris Stokes is responsible for many films involving TUG roster members e.g. You Got Served, and his most recent project is Somebody Help Me, a horror film which includes in its cast Omarion and Marques Houston.

The label is currently defunct.

Artist[edit]

Former artists[edit]

  • B2K - 4 Member Boy Band
  • TG4 - 4 Member Girl Band
  • Marques Houston - Solo Male Singer
  • Young Rome - Solo Male rapper
  • Omarion - Solo Male Singer
  • O'Ryan - Solo Male Singer
  • Ashley Rose - Solo Female Singer
  • N2U - 4 Member Boy Band
  • Willie "Simon Phenix" Hill- Songwriter, Producer, Vocal Arranger
  • Jane 3 - 3 Member Girl Band
  • 2 Much - 4 Member Boy Band
  • Emmalyn Estrada - Solo Female Singer
  • IMx - 3 Member Boy Band
  • Monteco - Solo Male Singer
  • Quindon Tarver - Solo Male Singer
  • Gyrl - 3 Member Girl Band
  • Dame - 4 Member Girl Band
  • Jhené Aiko - Solo Female Singer
  • Mila J - Solo Female Singer
  • Juanita Stokes - Solo Female rapper/singer
  • Timothy Hodge - Solo Male Singer
  • NLT - 4 Member Boy Band

Films[edit]

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