Lil Baby has made a major move in the music industry by signing Mobile, Alabama native, Rylo Rodriguez to his newly established record label, Glass Window Entertainment. The terms of the deal were not revealed, but it is reportedly worth millions of dollars
Rylo Rodriguez, born Ryan Adams becomes the first artist signed to Glass Window Entertainment/Motown Records in partnership with Capitol Records. This partnership marks a significant milestone for Rodriguez, whose most recent album, “Been One,” not only debuted in the top 10 of the Billboard 200 chart but also garnered praise from music critics.
Michelle Jubelirer, the Chair & CEO of Capitol Music Group, expressed her enthusiasm for the collaboration: “We are excited to welcome Dominique, Rylo and the Glass Window Entertainment team to Capitol Music Group/Motown Records. Glass Window and Virgin Records have done a phenomenal job introducing Rylo. We’re thrilled to support this remarkable artist and upcoming Glass Window releases.”
Lil Baby also shared his excitement about the partnership, stating: “I’m overly excited for Rylo and for his fans and the world to really get to see him on a larger platform! It’s been a long time coming with Rylo and even longer to go! We got work to do and money to get!”
He extended gratitude to Motown/Capitol Music Group and Universal Music Group for their trust.
“Lil Baby adds, “Thank you to Motown/Capitol Music Group and Universal Music Group for trusting my process and I’m looking forward to a wonderful partnership!”
Rylo Rodriguez has worked with Lil Baby on music numerous times, including songs such as “Stick On Me,” “5500 Degrees” and the most recent “Real Type.
In addition to the signing of Rylo Rodriguez, Glass Window Entertainment has also announced a partnership with Motown Records and Capitol Music Group. This partnership will give Glass Window Entertainment access to the resources and infrastructure of two of the biggest labels in the music industry. This will allow Glass Window Entertainment to sign more artists, develop their careers, and release their music to a wider audience.