SUPER PRODUCERS PLAY*N*SKILLZ INK RECORD LABEL DEAL WITH SRC/UNIVERSAL RECORDS FOR G4 MUZIKThe new deal will allow Play*N*Skillz to sign and develop new talent starting with G4 Muzik's new artist Inertia
New York, NY - September 10, 2009 - Two-time GRAMMY award winning producers and recording artists, Play*N*Skillz have announced that they have signed a record label deal with SRC/Universal Records for their own label imprint, G4 Muzik. The deal will allow the dynamic duo the opportunity to sign, develop and market artists with distribution through SRC/Universal Records.
"Play*N*Skillz have been trend setters for a long time, said Steve Rifkind, Founder and Chairman, SRC. "The music that they make is incredible and they're innate knack for finding great talent is very impressive."
"We are extremely excited to be a part of the SRC/Universal Records family, said Play from Play*N*Skillz. "This is an amazing opportunity for us to work with Steve Rifkind, one of the most influential record executives in the last 25 years, the same man who discovered the Wu-Tang Clan, Akon, Big Pun and Brand Nubian. For Steve, along with SRC President Gaby Acevedo to help seal the deal, on G4 Muzik is very monumental for us and verify's that we are on the right track."
"This label deal will allow us to showcase our executives side as well as our creative and artistic sides, Said Skillz from Play*N*Skillz. "All of our hard work is paying off and I am excited for the future of G4 Muzik."
Up first for G4 Muzik is Dallas based recording artist Inertia. Inertia is a talented lyricist who has been perfecting his skills performing all over the country and opening for major artists including Paul Wall, Bone Thugs N Harmony and Juvenile. Inertia's his first single "Body" featuring Slim from 112 will be shipped to radio nation wide next month. The track was produced by Play*N*Skillz.
In addition, Play-N-Skillz have been in the studio working with Nelly, Bun B, Pitbull and Hurricane Chris, to name a few. They have also won an ASCAP Award this year and scored their second Grammy for producing Lil' Wayne's hit single "Got Money" feat T-Pain.