List of Universal Music Group Labels - Third-party Major Labels Distributed By Universal Music Group

Third-party Major Labels Distributed By Universal Music Group

  • Ministry of Sound Australia
  • ABKCO Records
  • Bungalo Records
  • Concord Music Group
  • Disney Music Group (United States)
  • E1 Music (Asia as E1 Universal, Europe)
  • Polyversal (previously by EMI)
  • Roc Nation
    • StarRoc
    • Takeover Roc Nation
  • Warrior Records


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