Slip-N-Slide Records Unveils New Release Calender
Miami, FL -- Slip-N-Slide Records CEO Ted Lucas has unveiled the label's tentative release calender for the remainder of 2008 and the beginning of 2009.
Says Ted Lucas, CEO of Slip-N-Slide Records: "The future of Slip-N-Slide Records is to expand and grow further within the Pop, R&B and Rock genres and discover new talent while still maintaining our relevance in the Hip-Hop world. We will continue to spread our wings by forming sub-labels under Slip-N-Slide Records and offer support to artists who would like to start their own record labels."
Artist / Title / Date
Plies "The Realest" (December 2008)
Rick Ross "Deeper Than Rap" (December 2008)
Slip-N-Slide Greatest Hits Compilation (First Quarter 2009)
Qwote "Qwote Un Qwote" (February 2009)
Trina "Untitled Album" (TBD 2009)
Camar "Untitled Debut" (Summer 2009)
Shonie "Untitled Debut" (Summer 2009)
Written by DJ Z on 08/15/08
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