Chrome Entertainment revealed on the 7th that they've signed a label contract with Sony Music Entertainment Korea in album and music distribution. Sony Music Entertainment Korea has been using a strategic alliance contract with Chrome Entertainment to distribute the music of its artists such as Crayon Pop, K-Much, and Bob Girls.
Now they've taken a step forward to sign a label contract, so Chrome Entertainment will be able to release even better contents and focus on exporting their music overseas. Sony Music Entertainment Korea said, "The label contract is the first type of contract in Korea, and it's the result of talks that lasted a long time. From now on, Chrome Entertainment will maintain their independent music color with their uniqueness as a weapon and strengthen their directing and producing abilities. Sony Music Entertainment Korea will also be able to receive competitive contents from Chrome Entertainment and focus on entering the overseas music market."
Chrome Entertainment said, "Through this contract, Chrome Entertainment has become Sony Music Entertainment Korea's label. Therefore, artists that aren't in our label or in the FA market can also have their album directed, produced and distributed through Chrome Entertainment. We're going to distribute our label artists and other various music genres and concepts."