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Singer-Songwriter James Worthy Launches New Label “Humble Sound Records”

James Worthy Partners With The Orchard For New Label “Humble Sound Records”

Atlanta, Georgia Jul 8, 2024 (EMWNews.com) – Humble Sound Records (HSR) is an American record label founded by James Allen Worthy and based in Atlanta, GA. The label is currently distributed through The Orchard a unit of Sony Music. The label currently houses artists, and releases from James Worthy, Tynisha Keli, Robin S, Big Gipp, Khujo Goodie, and Truth Hurts. 

Humble Sound Records was founded in 2024 by James Allen Worthy professionally known as James Worthy who is a world-renowned singer, songwriter, and music producer. Some of the label’s notable releases in the catalog include: “James Worthy – Your Heart”, “Robin S – What About U”, and “Tynisha Keli – The Underdogs”.

Information About James Worthy

American Grammy Award Singer, Songwriter, and Producer from Queens, New York. His pursuit towards music started at age 16 which became a professional career at 18 years of age. James has worked with artists such as: 112, Justin Bieber, Fetty Wap, Travis Scott, and many others. In 2017 James transitioned from music production to artistry and began recording his own music. He later joined the group Kings X2 where they released their single “Wine For Me” which debuted at #10 on the Billboard Hot Singles Chart.

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James Worthy’s PR Inquiries: Lenell Johnson (humblesoundmedia@gmail.com)

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Humble Sound Music Group

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