Music Business

SKALES Signs Label Deal with BASELINE Music, Announces $10,000 #SHAKEBODY Giveaway to Celebrate Signing

Congratulations to Skales on his signing of a recent label deal with Baseline Music. AML people, be sure to revisit his first exclusive interview, post the EME split with us some weeks back, in Podcast Episode #6. Also, the deal he has signed still keeps him and his OHK label intact. The deal sort of emulates the 960 Music Group/Aristokrat/Hypertek deal we also discussed some few weeks ago on Podcast Episode #11, with Spinlet’s Chief Marketing Officer Mark Redguard.


“Skales, has announced an opportunity to gift one lucky fan or a group with 10,000 US Dollars.

The star artiste announced the competition at a world press conference in Lagos, Nigeria where the rave of the moment also announced that he has signed under renowned music label Baseline Music – managed by Howie T, and Dipo Abdul.

To sign-up for a chance to win the amazing sum, fans only need to record themselves dancing to his hit single ‘Shake Body’, and upload it here . The lucky winner of $10,000 US Dollars, will emerge via popular polls.

The ‘Shake Body’ lucky Fan competition heralds Skales’ new alliance with Baseline Music in a massive way.”SKALES SHAKE BODY PROMO

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