Javine set to emulate success of Liberty X

March 2003
Music Week;3/8/2003, Issue 9, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the contract signed by popular singer Javine Hylton to a long-term deal with Innocent Records in Great Britain. Statement of Innocent's managing director Hugh Goldsmith on company's expectations towards the contract; Highlights of the popular singer's performances; Release of the album under Innocent Records.


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