US indie Concore Entertainment climbs charts as CEO aims to become ‘one of the most respected labels in the world’

Los Angeles-based indie label, Concore Entertainment, has been making a notable dent on various US charts in recent months.

The company’s rising pop artist, Natalia Damini, recently entered the Top 50 Mediabase All Published Chart with her track Pacemaker (feat Petey Pablo), which also peaked at No.28 on the Billboard Mainstream Indicator Chart.



Last month, Concore – which has a distribution partnership with Sony Music – announced a partnership with T.N.A. Entertainment to release I’ll Give My Soul, the first single release from animated series and movie, SHE-KINGS.

The track, by Mai Phuong, is currently No.15 on the Billboard AC Indicator Chart – with Phuong, according to Concore, only the second ever Vietnamese artist to appear on the chart in history.

“My long term ambition for Concore Entertainment is to become one of the most respected labels in the world.”

Charve The Don, Concore Entertainment (pictured)

Elsewhere, the younger brother of Nick Cannon – Reuben Cannon – is currently at No.49 on the Mediabase Urban AC Chart with his single, Fire. (Nick Cannon, meanwhile, has been hitting US headlines for non-musical reasons.)

Concore Entertainment CEO, Charve The Don, said: “My long term ambition for Concore Entertainment is to become one of the most respected labels in the world, who really fights for artists and uses everything in our arsenal for their success.”

Concore Entertainment was founded in 1998 by Charve Norris Aka Charve The Don, who produced Freddie Jackson on the album Here It Is, plus Immature on the album On Our Worst Behavior and more.

The company’s roster of recording artists includes Tito Jackson from The Jackson 5, brother of Michael Jackson.

Others signed to Concore include producer Steve Russell from the platinum-selling group Troop, who has written for the likes of Chris Brown, Kelly Clarkson, Jordin Sparks and more.Music Business Worldwide