- Entered at number 15 on the German compilation charts - Another success for passenger M.I.K.I
May 28, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Berlin-based music distributer recordJet is confidently continuing with its flights into the charts. In chart week 22/2014, passengers Reece, M.I.K.I & Sonikk managed to enter the German compilation charts at number 15 with their compilation "Aus Kohle und Stahl" (Of Coal and Steel). The label Kopfnussmusik already had a chart success with its first release, the album "Malochersohn" by M.I.K.I. It entered the German album charts and immediately went to number 94 in the Christmas week of 2013.
"We're a little bit disappointed that only two out of two of Kopfnussmusik's releases have made it into the charts, even though they're such a young, ambitious label. We really expect a lot more" Captain Jorin Zschiesche commented on the recent events at recordJet/Kopfnussmusik.
"The success of "Aus Kohle und Stahl" shows that listeners respond to the Ruhr Valley sound. We are confident that we'll be hearing a lot more from Kopfnussmusik, M.I.K.I and Co., and can't wait to find out what the future has in store for them", assures Carolin Wohlschlögel of recordJet, who doesn't even really like hip hop.
"Aus Kohle und Stahl" is a collaboration between artists M.I.K.I, Reece and Sonikk. The release has been available for purchase everywhere since 02/05/2014.
recordJet is a digital music distributor and content aggregator based in Berlin, helping musicians and labels to sell their music online worldwide. Music uploaded on www.recordjet.com will be distributed to mp3 stores and streaming services like iTunes and Spotify, where the music is then available for sale or for streaming. Unlike other content aggregators, recordJet pays out 100% of the royalties to the musicians which also keep all of their rights, for a small annual fee. Many additional service offerings like physical distribution into 500 shops, CD pressing and professional promotion make recordJet an allround service. recordJet was founded in 2008 with the goal to provide the European music market, especially unknown artists and small labels, with an attractive and affordable way of music distribution. recordJet went online in 2010 and has since then expanded its services continuously. 2013 the company went international with the launch of its highly anticipated English website in April and a Spanish version in December.