Believe, the leading digital pan-European label, is proud to announce that it has recently signed digital distribution and promotion deals with several prestigious artists and labels, including Arte Verum (Belgium), the label created by Barbara Hendricks, Fargo (France), home of Andrew Bird and Emily Loizeau, Blanco y Negro (Spain), the leading Spanish dance music label, Frémeaux & Associés (France), the leading producer of cultural material in France, Ocora (France), the prestigious state-owned Radio France label, Venus (Italie), a leading Italian distributors and Yellow (France), the label created by Bob Sinclar.
These leading producers are joining many other artists and labels that have entrusted their digital distribution and their digital promotion to Believe including Sentinel Ouest (France) – MC Solaar -, Bang ! (Belgium) – Sharko, Zita Swoon -, Buda Musique (France) – Mulatu Astatqe -, GDM Music (Italy) – Ennio Morricone -, Ici d’Ailleurs (France) – Yann Tiersen -, Irma Records (Italy) – Jestofunk -, Productions Spéciales (France) – Dub Incorporation -, Subterfuge (Spain) – Los Ronaldos, Marlango -….
“We are very proud to have been chosen by artists such as Barbara Hendricks and MC Solaar and by outstanding labels such as Frémeaux & Associés, Blanco Y Negro and Ocora to handle their digital distribution and promotion. Our track record and our experience in distributing and promoting top artists and labels effectively and internationally across a large distribution network is a key asset for our labels and our artists, and we are constantly working to stay ahead of our competitors.”, declares Denis Ladegaillerie, founder and CEO of Believe.
In addition to working with top artists and labels, Believe will continue to put a strong focus on signing and developing new artists. Thanks to its technology and its local presence in several European countries, Believe has built a unique capacity to effectively promote and develop artists digitally.
“Reinventing A&R, finding and developing new talent digitally has been a key focus of Believe from the first day we created the company. In the past twelve months, we have validated our A&R strategy and technology with two of our developing artists reaching the top digital single and album sales and many others reaching the top 20.” adds Denis Ladegaillerie.
In France, Aaron remains in the top twenty album sales with their first album “Artificial Animals Riding on Neverland” after reaching number one digital album and single sales (“U-Turn Lily”) in January and February 2007. In Scandinavia, Soko remains number one digital single sales with her debut single “I’ll Kill Her”.