Saturday, June 18, 2022

O/C Records celebrates 4th anniversary


The home label of artists carrying odd and eminent flair, O/C Records, celebrates its fourth anniversary in the industry. The artist house is set to bring the celebration at the Take Over Lounge in Xavierville Ave., Quezon City, on Wednesday, June 15.


Established in 2018 as the home of “odd creatures” by Callalily frontman Kean 
Cipriano, along with partner Chynna Ortaleza, O/C Records has made strides — delivering remarkable artistic stories in their odd fashion way through a musical force brought about varying creatives in the music scene.

Since its inception, O/C Records has come to be the fastest-rising music company in the Philippines.

Evincing a fervor to transport notable artistic stories through the power of music, O/C Records has been a cradle to breakthrough OPM stars such as singer-songwriters 




Unique, Adie, and mrld — new creatives who came to prominence as they auspiciously 
produce music of our time.



By the same token, the artist house has also become the home of digital creatives and 
content creators like Mimiyuuuh, Dora, and Gwy Saludes — artists who have proven the glaring outturn of peculiar art.

O/C Records gave birth to a couple of remarkable top artistes in the music industry today, such as Arthur Nery and Rice Lucido — OPM talents who have crafted laudable music and are indeed worthy of a spotlight in today’s various hit playlists.





On top of such achievements, O/C Records blissfully presents upcoming stars who are 
set to make their unique mark in the OPM industry, such as Kenaniah and Sean Oquendo.



The record label also evolved into managing the careers of actors and directors such 
as Gold Aceron and Kris Cazin — creatives who amplify and bring color to the wide range of memoirs that O/C Records has been offering to people from all walks of life.

In its four-year run, O/C Records has set the roots of a music label that nourishes the creative freedom of artists — presenting an unorthodox style of delivering prolific stories.

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