Zone 4 (record label)
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|Zone 4 (record label)|
|Parent company||Universal Music Group|
|Founder||Polow da Don|
(In the U.S.)
Universal Music Distribution (international)
|Genre||Hip hop, R&B|
|Country of origin||US|
The label was launched in Atlanta, Georgia, on July 16, 2007. Polow started with four acts – Keri, Rich, YV and i-15 – and added a fifth act in 2008 – the YouTube/Myspace artist Dan Talevski. In July 2009, Ester Dean was added to the roster and in the fall Jared Evan was signed. Polow signed Roscoe-Dash in January 2010.
Talevski left Zone 4/Interscope in September 2011.
Polow is as the company's chairman. Mia A. Welsh (general manager), Krista Michalski (project manager) and Robert "Kaspa" Smith (marketing) oversee the daily business for Zone 4, Inc.
The label's first release was Rich Boy's first album, Rich Boy. Its second release was Keri Hilson's first album, In a Perfect World..., followed by Keri Hilson's second album, No Boys Allowed on December 17, 2010 and Lloyd's fourth album, King of Hearts, on July 5, 2011.
- Keri Hilson
- Ester Dean
- Rocky Diamonds
- Chili Chil
- Veronica Vega
- Bando Jonez
- Betty Idol
|Rich Boy – Rich Boy|
|Keri Hilson – In a Perfect World...|
|Keri Hilson – No Boys Allowed|
|Lloyd – King of Hearts|
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