May 19, 2014
LOVE DOLLHOUSE SIGNS TO CAPITOL RECORDS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH ALL DEF MUSIC
DETROIT TRIO’S INFECTIOUS SUMMER SINGLE “CAN I,” PRODUCED BY JON JON TRAXX, AVAILABLE NOW ON iTUNES
“CAN I” VIDEO, LENSED BY ERIK WHITE, PREMIERES TODAY ON JUSTJARED.COM
LOS ANGELES, CA — Urban pop trio Love Dollhouse has signed to Capitol Records in partnership with All Def Music, the next-generation music label created by Steve Rifkind and Russell Simmons to sign, develop and promote artists on YouTube.
Ryan, Jasmine, and Chelsea are Love Dollhouse — three talented young vocalists from Detroit who may have delivered the song of the summer with their new single, “Can I,” available now on iTunes. With a pinch of Motown here and a dash of TLC there, “Can I” is a perfect introduction to Love Dollhouse’s lush, elastic harmonies, slinky hooks, and soulful grooves. Written by Claude Kelly (Britney Spears, Bruno Mars) and Ashley Rose, and produced by Jon Jon Traxx (Beyoncé, Jessie J), “Can I” upends the male/female dynamic by putting the girl in the power seat.
Today JustJared.com premiered the video for “Can I.” Directed by Erik White (Chris Brown, Flo Rida) and shot in Los Angeles, the clip captures the exhilarating, “anything’s possible” vibe of a summer filled with friends, parties and new romances. View “Can I” HERE.
The girls come by their message of strength, female empowerment, and positivity naturally. Ryan and Jasmine met when they were in middle school. Discovering they were both massive fans of iconic girl groups like TLC, Destiny’s Child and The Supremes, they knew from the first that they wanted to create a trio. They went through a few member changes, recorded with several local producers, were originally signed to Rifkind’s SRC Records and even appeared on “America’s Got Talent” before cementing their current line-up with Chelsea in June 2013. Love Dollhouseis currently in the studio, recording its full-length debut.
About All Def Music
All Def Music is a next-generation music label created to sign, develop and promote artists on YouTube, founded by Russell Simmons and Steve Rifkind in partnership with Universal Music Group. The label will leverage the All Def Digital (ADD) platform, a new YouTube channel and multi-channel network founded by Russell Simmons and Brian Robbins with funding from YouTube, which will produce cutting-edge programming featuring an array of culturally diverse talent.
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