Timbaland Launches Mosley Music Group in NYC

Producer, Timbaland was in New York City to officially launch his new record label, Mosley Music Group, with Epic Records. The label is a joint venture with the L.A. Reid (pictured left) run Epic Records and Timbaland noted it was the first time the two executives would be partnering in business. The label’s first two artists, V. Bozeman, an R&B songstress & Tink, a femcee, were also on hand, each delivering a short performance for a room full of press and tastemakers. No official release date for the music but Timbaland played a slew of hits from both artists featuring his signature sound, which will be sure to capture the attention of audiences and radio. Additionally, Tink’s single, which Timbaland banned the room from recording featured an Aaliyah sample AND a Jay-z feature.
Check out images from the night’s event…


Timbaland:
          

V. Bozeman:
        

Tink:

Snippets of the V. Bozeman performance:


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