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- In 1999, Prince once again signed with a major label Arista Records to release a new record, Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic.
- This was her debut on Arista Records, to which she had been personally signed and guided by the label's founder Clive Davis.
- Hailing from Bakersfield, California, Adema exploded onto the Modern Rock scene in 2001 with the release of their self-titled debut on Arista Records.
- Brett James began his musical career as a recording artist on Career Records, a subsidiary of Arista Records, in 1995.
- They released their only album, KBC Band (which included Kantner's hit, "America"), in 1987 on Arista Records.
- Signed to Arista Records in 1990, Michelle had her first American country top 40 hit with "New Kind of Love" from her second album, Michelle Wright.
- Scott-Heron was dropped by Arista Records in 1985 and quit recording, though he continued to tour.
- PolyGram Records took over the catalogue, and the Allman Brothers Band signed to Arista Records.
- Braxton and her four sisters (Traci, Trina, Towanda, and Tamar) began performing as The Braxtons in the late 1980s and were signed to Arista Records in 1989.
- Although the case hasn't been concluded yet, the RIAA has sought an order freezing the assets of defendants in Arista Records v.
- Signing a contract with Arista Records and guided by such greats as D'Angelo and Prince, Alicia continued writing, producing and recording music.
- PolyGram took over the catalogue, and the Allman Brothers Band signed to Arista Records.
- When the deal with Columbia finally fell through, the legendary music producer and president of Arista Records, Clive Davis, stepped in.
- Keys later met Clive Davis, who signed her to Arista Records, which has since disbanded.
- Keys released her debut album with J Records, having had previous record deals first with Columbia and then Arista Records.
- Combs then negotiated a $15 million deal to relocate Bad Boy Records to Arista Records, retaining complete creative control with full support from Arista.
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