What does this all mean for BMG?
BEYONCE’s latest album, “Dirtyphonics,” may be the first time the label has released an album by an independent band without any backing from a major label.
The label has a history of releasing albums by independent bands without any major label backing, which is something that the label did with the critically acclaimed “Frozen on the Arctic Circle” (2011) before it was reissued as the group’s debut album.
In this case, the release came via an independent label.
In this context, the album title may be a reference to BMG’s current deal with Warner Music Group (WMG).
In a statement to Billboard, BMG said that it had reached an agreement with Warner that allows it to release the album under a limited deal.
The statement continued:”BMG has always supported independent labels, and we remain steadfast in our commitment to artists, fans and our artists’ music, especially the ones who have proven themselves to be innovative and innovative.
We look forward to working with Warner again and will continue to promote the best music we possibly can.”BMG’s album is not a new project.
It is the latest in a string of independent releases from the label.
In November, it released “Dangerous Women,” the second album from the band since 2014’s “Blackout,” which was released on Warner Bros. and Warner Bros.’ parent company, Universal.
In January, it also released “Ain’t No Mercy,” the third album from BMG.