Incubus and Jaheim Sign New Record Label Deals

Courtesy of ryot.org
Courtesy of ryot.org

Incubus signed a worldwide recording contract with Island Records. In March, the band will release a four-song EP entitled Trust Fall (Side A). “Absolution Calling” is the first single released from the EP. To date, Incubus has released seven studio albums including Fungus Amongus, Morning View, A Crow Left of the Murder, and Light Grenades. In 2006, Light Grenades reached the Number 1 position on the charts, and it also sold over 500,000 copies.

Incubus has had four songs peak at Number 1 on the US Alternative Songs chart including “Drive,” “Megalomaniac,” “Anna Molly,” and “Love Hurts.” Incubus will travel to Adelaide, Australia to perform at the Soundwave Festival on February 21st. The band will also perform in Melbourne on the following day for the Soundwave Festival. Incubus will remain in the country until March, before they head off to Japan for a concert on March 4th, 6th, and 7th. The band’s tour will conclude on June 19th in Russia at the Park Live Festival.

R&B singer Jaheim recently signed a record deal with BMG Primary Wave Label Services. Earlier in 2014, the singer let out his frustrations with his Atlantic record label on social media. Jaheim claimed he was having major financial issues because of shady business practices by the label. The singer said the label verbally promised to do a lot for the singer, but most of those promises were not documented on his contract. “So people the lesson learned was never trust no one verbally make sure that shit is on paper,” the singer stated.

Jaheim is working on his seventh studio album, which is expected to be dropped later this year. Jaheim’s latest album, Appreciation Day, was released in 2013. “Age Ain’t a Factor” and “Baby x3” were both released from the Appreciation Day album, which was distributed through Atlantic Records. During his career, Jaheim has had one album reach the top of the Billboard 200 chart. In 2006, Ghetto Classics not only debuted at the Number 1 on the charts, but it also sold over 150,000 copies in its first week. The project would stay on the music charts for thirteen weeks, and it was certified Gold that year as well.

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