Kylie Minogue Signed Record Label Roc Nation: The Grammy Award winner Australian Singer Kylie Minogue, singer of hits like Come Into My World, has signed to the record label Roc Nation, rapper Jay-Z, the company announced on its website.
Minogue quit last year the British label EMI, whose control had been assumed by Universal, and last month she split from his agent that he had been for 25 years, Terry Blamey.
Now joins artists like Rihanna, Shakira and MIA, among others, the company based in New York, which will increase its presence in the United States. Jay-Z founded the company in 2008 partnering with Live Nation, a company ticketing and promotions.
“We would like to welcome the singer, songwriter, actress and designer Kylie Minogue Roc Nation family,” the company said on its website.
Minogue, who overcame breast cancer that was diagnosed in 2005, along with Timbaland appear at a benefit concert presented by Roc Nation and Three Six Zero, a musical representation company London, after the Grammy awards gala on Sunday.
During his 25-year career has released 11 studio albums, two live albums, eight live concert DVD, a double disc compilation and many video clips as Roc Nation.
He has sold 68 million albums worldwide and has had 50 hit singles.