February 26, 2020 11:05
Girl group TWICE hope to expand their global presence after joining hands with one of the biggest U.S. record labels.
Republic Records, an American record label owned by Universal Music, announced Monday it formed a strategic partnership with the group's management agency JYP Entertainment and will work together to promote TWICE in the U.S.
JYP's "vision and groundbreaking achievements have placed [JYP] at the forefront of popular culture. We are thrilled to partner with such a dynamic team of executives and... amazing artists, including multi-platinum global superstars TWICE," said Monte Lipman, the founder and CEO of Republic Records.
The label boasts a glittering roster, which includes pop stars like Ariana Grande, Post Malone and Taylor Swift.
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