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About kfi4all Record Label
The kfi4all Studios' Record Label is the height of a gospel music career in the industry with advance support, where commercial songs are released by kfi4all pro-artists for royalty rewards, widely promoted and sold in the world major music market.

A record label, or record company, is a trademark of music recordings and music videos, or the company that owns it. Wikipedia. A record label is about making money. Traditionally, to achieve this goal, record labels have found music artists, developed them, promoted them, and made and distributed their music in exchange for a percentage of income.
kfi4all Record is a Nigerian record label established in 2007 by Edwin Oghogho, for the release of gospel songs in different musical genres.
Why artists work with Record Labels
Music business is so expensive that an average artist may not be able to handle it. It costs money for development, production, promotion, commercialization, and branding. Record labels relieve artists from that burden. Let's explore these benefits:

Why you need a Record Label
Record label offers financial support for production costs, videos and photo shoots; it has greater access to promotional media that include films and television. Record labels provide marketing plans and can influence the branding of artists with their existing network and links, and have the ability to give artists the opportunity to be part of a community.

Record labels assist in moulding and branding artists. The process of getting music Industry's attention to submit demos, and streaming links. Interested artists are requested to submit their original songs. The benefit of a record label are the existing network and connections. we make money on sales, touring, merchandise, anything that could be sold has the bands' or artist's name on it. (artists' songs by selling it for profits through online streaming site, licensing, performance Royalties and Tickets sales at live shows). The copyright of the Sound Recording is generally owned by the artist or record label that they are signed to. Whoever owns the master recordings will earn royalties when the song is played or reproduced (including radio, streaming, downloads).

The contract period usually runs from six to twelve months after the release of the last recording, the artist under the contract. The contract period limits the freedom of the artist, because thay won't be able to easily move from one label to another. The revenue is generally split between the label and the artists. On average, record labels take between 50 and 90 percent of what an artist or brand makes. Producers are paid an advance by the label, a flat fee through a work for hire agreement or through master royalty points (percentages). When producers are paid royalties, they don't start receiving them until the recording costs are recouped. The record label profit stream from merchandise, touring, and licensing.

The rights to a song is initially owned by the songwriter. As copyright owner, the Songwriter can sell, license or give the copyright to someone else. If an artist has the capacity to manage his or her music business, the same may not need the backing of a label to release their tracks.
When you think about making a gospel song, and not just a song, but the kind that should be held back for centuries. Consider the kfi4all recording studio. We help to create memories as we don't just handle customers' projects for benefits but to become a part of your dream and what should make you succeed in your effort to compete with the award-winning music competitors in the world.  kfi4all talks about three things - Impactful Feelings, Replay Value and Shareability.
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