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STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN and DOUBLE TROUBLE – " Live At Carnegie Hall – 2LP 12″ vinyl Record Store Day Release 2017

Stevie Ray Vaughan celebrated his 30th birthday in style in 1984, turning New York’s Carnegie Hall into a blistering Texas roadhouse for a sold out audience. 132 more words

MUSIC

Cassie hits the studio with Taylor Parks, KAYTRANADA

American recording artist, dancer, actress and model Cassie has teamed up with Taylor Parks and KAYTRANADA for a new collaboration.

Parks, also known by her stage name Tayla Parx, is responsible for co-writing Mariah Carey’s “Infinity,” Alicia Keys’ “In Common,” Jojo’s “Fuck Apologies,” Jason Derulo’s “Love Me Down,” Meghan Trainor’s “Better,” Fifth Harmony’s “Bo$$,” Jennifer Lopez’s “So Good,” and Keyshia Cole’s “Rick James.” … 179 more words

Sony Music Entertainment

Mariah Carey Announces A Major Career Move!

Mariah Carey doesn’t let anything get her down!  Recently we learned that she and her back-up dancer boyfriend, Brian Tanaka have officially broken up.  Now, we’re learning that Mariah is launching her own record label, Butterfly-MC, which is join partnership with Epic Records.   21 more words

Entertainment

Mariah Carey Launches New Record Label

Mariah Carey has teamed up with Epic Records to launch Butterfly MC Records. According to Rap-Up, Epic’s Chairman and CEO — LA Reid, said in a statement, 145 more words

Entertainment News

Mariah Carey Extends Music Relationship with Epic Records

With all the relationship drama that Mariah Carey has come her way, the mother of “dem babies” has managed to snag her an extended contract with Epic Records. 421 more words

New Music

Mariah Carey Launches Her Own Record Label

Singer Mariah Carey has announced that she had entered into a partnership with Epic Records to launch her very own record label. The label will be called Butterfly MC Records and will kick off with a new release from Mariah. 117 more words

Showtime Says

Mariah Carey Unveils Butterfly MC Records, Readies New Album

Mariah Carey and Epic Records have revved up their relationship, announcing today a new joint partnership between the singer’s newly-formed Butterfly MC Records and the Sony Music Entertainment label, as well as a new studio album due out “later this year.” 328 more words

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