RTE Records – A force to be reckoned with
11 August 2020 | Art and Entertainment
There’s a new label in town!
Remember The Eagle (RTE) Records revealed their roster last night in Windhoek.
Operating with the motto all action, no talk, the label revealed that their signees are Charmy Kurz, Shana Zandile, Slauggterhouze (DJs Spuzza, Mega and Txngos), Chester House Prince, Tumi Mohamed and Stanzo.
Meanwhile, Julia Boss Lady has been entrusted as the label’s publicist.
In a statement shared by the label this afternoon, RTE Records emphasised that these artists are not the only artists to join the label, as they are always looking for new talent in and around Namibia, but they believe these are the best artists to help them get the industry to the next level.
Challenge the status quo
The press statement highlighted that the main goal at RTE Records is to create and maintain an ecosystem where Namibian artists can thrive and live out their dreams. “Not only for the artists who are signed under the label, but for the music industry as a whole.
“We are here to challenge the status quo by doing what no other record label has done in Namibia through actions and not words alone. As a record label, we are committed to always produce quality work and make the same quality available to the rest of the industry.”
Moreover, the label is running an online competition, #RTECHALLENGE, which will see one lucky person winning a chance to record a single at their state-of-the-art studio, and have a music video shot.
To enter, upload a video of you showcasing your musical talent to Instagram. Tag @rterecords and don't forget to use the hashtags #RTECHALLENGE and #REMEMBERTHEEAGLE.
The competition closes on Monday, 31 August, and the winner will be picked and announced by Thursday, 10 September.
“To show our commitment to growing the industry, and also keep the spirit of always giving back, this will not be the only time we run the #RTECHALLENGE. This will be a competition that will be held every couple of months, so make sure to keep your eyes and ears open,” the statement read.