Now Playing Digital Records llc‘s New Artist And CEO J Spaz

Being a Entrepreneur in the 20th century isn’t easy especially one in the music industry artist like da baby who’s the ceo and artist under billion dollar baby an j spaz has something in common. Now playing digital records llc a newly recording label witch origins from the deep roots of Philadelphia originally starting off […]

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Being a Entrepreneur in the 20th century isn’t easy especially one in the music industry artist like da baby who’s the ceo and artist under billion dollar baby an j spaz has something in common. Now playing digital records llc a newly recording label witch origins from the deep roots of Philadelphia originally starting off as a YouTube channel ran by Christopher Robinson a videographer from Philadelphia and latter passing down the torch to his younger Sibling Joseph Reaves who latter turned the YouTube channel into a publishing Distributing unreleased music to the public. And soon After branching becoming a Recording label. Reaves who latter Adopted the stage name j spaz as a Musician Signing himself under the newly record label as the 1st artist and ceo under Now Playing Digital Records LLC.

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