Indie Extreme adds Gospo-Fella Entertainment to its growing list of independent artist & label partners. Gospo-Fella Entertainment, headquartered in Baton Rouge, LA, is an independent gospel record company founded by Alton Lang Jr., MBA and Loretta O’Neal, MBA. CEO/President, Alton Lang, is a graduate of Full Sail University‘s Entertainment Business Masters Degree program. He has over 25 years experience as an artist and producer in the music industry. Loretta serves as the company’s Vice President with over 20 years financial management experience and 15 years of experience working in the music industry as both an artist and executive producer.
Gospo-Fella specializes in contemporary, urban contemporary, rhythm and praise, and pop. Gospel music lovers can depend on their artist’s recordings to inspire, uplift, and provide encouragement during these times of economic uncertainty, hopelessness, and despair. Gospo-Fella Entertainment’s primary focus includes those that may not attend church regularly or not at all, but need to hear a word from God for hope and encouragement. The label’s goal is to win lost souls for Christ by taking the Word of God from the Church and bringing it to the streets.

Gopso-Fella Entertainment/Indie Extreme’s first CD entitled, “The CountDown” is scheduled for release in the spring 2011 and will be distributed digitally and physically through Universal Music Christian Group/Fontana. “The CountDown” is a compilation featuring songs from Gospo-Fella’s all star lineup of artists and producers including- Ernest and Ericka Jackson, Anthony Hall, Kevin G thamusicmaker, and JayFam, to name a few. The album is filled with songs ranging from contemporary, to rhythm and praise, to pop. “The CountDown” is a must have for the true urban gospel music lover.

About Indie Extreme, LLC (www.indieextreme.com): Indie Extreme, LLC (with offices in Houston, TX and Nashville, TN) provides marketing, management and administrative services for independent artists and record labels worldwide. Serving under Fontana Distribution as an umbrella label for independent record labels and artists since 2006, the Company allows independent artists and their labels to focus their efforts and energies on their creative pursuits while leveraging the Company’s infrastructure for all of the administrative aspects of their business/career.

About UMCG/Fontana Distribution: Fontana, the independent arm of UMGD, provides unparalleled sales and marketing support, as well as back office services, for a diverse roster of labels and their artists. Fontana distributes more than 60 labels including American Gramophone, Angeles Records, Big Vin, Delicious Vinyl, Ipecac, Mad Science Recordings, Nitro, Quango, Rendezvous, Six Degrees, SMC, Telarc, Trustkill, Upstairs Records, Vagrant Records, VP Records, Warcon, and many others. Universal Music Christian Group is a newly formed division of Fontana, offering labels quality service at all levels, from retail marketing and sales to digital initiatives and administrative services. UMCG distributes more than 20 labels including Executive Music Group, Indie Extreme, Arrow Records, Concord Records, Desert Music Group, Geffen, Music World, Island and many others.

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