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A defunct Los Angeles-based independent Hip-Hop label from the mid-90s.
 
A defunct Los Angeles-based independent Hip-Hop label from the mid-90s.
   
Outburst Records gained fame for their release of [[Domino (rapper)|Domino’s]] self-titled debut album in 1993 which led them to become the first West Coast-based label to be distributed under the Rush Associated Label (RAL) sub-group of [[Def Jam Recordings|Def]] [[Def Jam Recordings|Jam]] Recordings. The label would go on to sign on other artists such as [[B.G. Knocc Out|BG]] [[B.G. Knocc Out|Knoccout]], [[Dresta]], and [[MoKenStef]] in 1995.
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Outburst Records gained fame for there release of [[Domino (rapper)|Domino’s]] self-titled debut album in late 1993 which led them to become the first West Coast-based label to be distributed under the Rush Associated Label (RAL) sub-group of [[Def Jam Recordings|Def]] [[Def Jam Recordings|Jam]] Recordings. The label would go on to sign on other artists such as [[B.G. Knocc Out|BG]] [[B.G. Knocc Out|Knoccout]], [[Dresta]] and [[MoKenStef]] in 1995.
   
 
The label soon went defunct in late 1997.
 
The label soon went defunct in late 1997.

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