World’s largest record label publishes Jamala’s album "1944"
Universal Music Group works with Ariana Grande, Drake, Florence John Newman, Nickelback, Nicki Minaj
Jamala’s album "1944" was published by the world's largest record label Universal Music Group. The release includes 12 songs - eight in English and three in Ukrainian languages, including the "1944", with which Jamala won the international song contest "Eurovision 2016".
The singer wrote this on Facebook.
Universal Music Denmark will release the album in Europe. This label also deals with the exclusive distribution of the official collection of the "Eurovision 2016". The album release in the US will be leaded by the Republic Records, which is a part of Universal Music Group.
Universal Music Group is working with stars such as Ariana Grande, Drake, Florence and the Machine, John Newman, Nickelback, Nicki Minaj, The Weekend.
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