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August 17, 2021 86 min
TRUE HOUSE STORIES W/ KYM MAZELLE # 056 - PART 2 Kym Mazelle thru all the internships at all different record labels and working in press and being an intern for Music Attorneys decides to set up her own label called Police Records. In 1987, she worked with record producer Marshall Jefferson on the single "Taste My Love” which she funded and released on her label. The single takes off in the UK and she talks to her good friend recording artist Adonis from Traxs Records, as he just came back off touring in the UK and gets him to introduce her to his booking agent David Levy. David helps manage her a tour and even gets EMI Records to attend her show, they love what they heard and A&R Rob Sawyer signs her on the spot. EMI signed Kym to a 5-album deal and they help create the "First Female House Artist" and brings her to the commercial stardom. The rest is music history, come and listen to Kim tell her giant story.
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