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Tag Archives: Cherrytree Records
Three Cheers For Ten Years: Labelmates Celebrate At Cherrytree Records’ Tenth Anniversary Celebration
Cherrytree Records has had an eclectic alumni on their roster of artists over the last ten years – from Lady Gaga, Tokio Hotel, Cinema Bizarre, Natalia Kills and LMFAO to their current artist lineup which includes artists such as Ellie … Continue reading
Two years ago, “Party Rock” kings LMFAO partnered up with their label, Cherrytree Records, to put together a tour full of label-mate love, called the Party Rock Tour. Fast forward to 2012, LMFAO now has a handful of smash singles … Continue reading
Hip hop quartet Far East Movement are back, and stronger than ever with their sophomore album, “Dirty Bass”, released on June 11th here in the states. After a mix up of release dates (the album was released internationally on May … Continue reading
Far East Movement are no strangers to breaking down barriers. With their 2011 platinum hit “Like a G6”, they became the first Asian American artists to hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Following that was their pop hit, “Rocketeer” … Continue reading