Johnson, Heather
January 2006
Mix;Jan2006, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p140
The article focuses on the development of artists on record label contracts. The first release comes from hip hop artist Kev at Centerline's studios. Centerline Entertainment bands take advantage of the instruments at a home studio. Producer and programmer Ajay Shah gets his start working with Babyface and Tracey Edmonds' Yab Yum Records.


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