Wooded Hoods Entertainment is an independent record label dedicated to providing music artists with development, management, performance pathways to mainstream notoriety, and revenue generating platforms. Founded in 1999 by Odell Lewis, the label has grown to become one of the strongest support resources for local Virginia artists. WHE focuses its passions on all music genres, and utilizes a vast array of creative avenues to achieve crossover audience popularity. Our goal is to assist the artist in becoming the best they can be for their choice of career or project direction.
Over the years, we formed partnerships and relationships that encompass many forms of media, including Internet, radio, television, and global digital distribution. As a conduit to Sony/IODA, we have resources to online retailers all over the world. Our artists have been seen, heard and sold all over the globe. The relationships with both independent and major record labels, in addition to collaborating companies, assist us in enhancing our artists’ music, image and exposure. Wooded Hoods wants all artists who want to succeed, reach their highest potential, and we strive until we make that happen.
You can find us on Facebook, Twitter, MTV.com and more. Our retailers include iTunes, Amazon, XBOX, PlayStation and Google Play. For more information, or to submit your music, send an email to: email@example.com
Genre / Style / Format
Hip Hop / Rap, Punk, Rock
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