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Lloyd Starts His Own Production Company

April 16, 2007 (9:07 am) GMT
Lloyd explores other fields beside singing by establishing a production company that will sign many great talents.

At the age of 21, has taken a huge step to expand his territory. The singer starts his own production company named "Young Goldie Production" where he will sit at the position of Executive Producer.

Backed up by Sho Nuff Records' founder Henry Lee and Jazze Pha, Lloyd started this company for one reason, buttering new artists' path to get signed by a label. "It took a long time, so I figured with this company I can introduce new talent out there as well as bring a few of my friends into the game, who to me has what it takes to make it big in the music industry," he said. "I want to be their stepping stone, therefore giving everyone a fair chance to make a name for themselves in this business."

Llyod is an African American singer who shot to fame after his single "Southside" featuring was released. His second album "" was just released on March 13. He was initially signed to Def Jam and The Inc. Records before moving to Sho'nuff.

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