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Remember the lyrics from the song “No Sleep ” The only things these labels see when they hear us is dollars.

Now we are certain that Social Club has got the label that is not seeing dollars whenever they hear them.

Social Club has been around for a while and has released multiple successful independent projects.

Social Club which is made up of Marty and FERN is now called the Social Club Misfits, will be releasing their next EP, The Misfit Generation on May 6 with Capitol CMG, a Nashville-based label owned by Universal Music Group.

CMG has a number of successful artists on its roster, the likes of Toby Mac, Chris Tomlin, NF, Hillsong United, Kari Jobe, Michael W Smith,  Britt Nicole, and many others.

Here’s a statement by Peter York, Capitol CMG president. “We are honored to welcome Social Club Misfits to the Capitol CMG family of artists, They bring a unique energy, purpose and creative offering to our valued roster. They are effectively reaching their audience and making an impact in lives across the country with great music, a compelling show and a message of hope. I’m grateful to work with them and for what they represent in the world of hip hop.”

And as expected here’s a statement by the Misfits.

“We are extremely excited about our new partnership with Capitol CMG, It’s an honor to get to work with such a great team who strongly supports our music and overall vision. Our new EP The Misfit Generation will maintain the Social Club [Misfits] sound while also broadening our scope to engage the culture at large.”

A big congratulations to the Social Club Misfits.

 

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