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GospoCentric Records

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GospoCentric Records
Parent companySony Music Entertainment
Distributor(s)RCA Inspiration
Genregospel music
Country of originUS
Official website

GospoCentric Records is an Inglewood, California based Gospel music record label started as an independent label by Vicki Mack Lataillade and Claude Lataillade in 1993. The label rose to prominence in the 1990s largely on the runaway success of gospel artist Kirk Franklin. The label has grown to become one of the most prominent major gospel labels. GospoCentric later spawned the imprint B-Rite Music, which was used to launch artists like Trin-i-tee 5:7 and God's Property who found considerable mainstream success. GospoCentric was recently purchased by Zomba Music Group, which also owns major gospel label Verity Records. The label is currently owned by Sony Music Entertainment through RCA Inspiration.[1]

List of artists

See also


  1. ^ "Gospo Centric Records launches new web site". Gospel Wire. Archived from the original on 2006-12-11.

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