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OVO Sound
respectively. OVO Sounds also has signed a new artist Robert Quintanillo Olivores in 2017, which soon will be releasing an EP art album. OVO Fest is an annual

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OVO SoundParent companyWarner Bros. RecordsFounded2012; 6 years ago (2012)Founder
  • Drake
  • Noah "40" Shebib Oliver El-Khatib
StatusActiveDistributor(s)Warner Bros. Records (U.S.)
WEA International (Worldwide)GenreR&B

OVO Sound is a Toronto-based Canadian record label founded by hip hop artist Drake, Oliver El-Khatib, and long-time producer Noah "40" Shebib in 2012.[1] It operates as a subsidiary of, and is distributed through, Warner Music Group's Warner Bros. Records.

The label has acts including Drake, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Majid Jordan, OB O'Brien, Roy Woods, and dvsn, as well as in-house producers 40, Boi-1da, T-Minus, Mike Zombie, Nineteen85 and Future the Prince.

Contents
  • 1 History
  • 2 Roster
    • 2.1 Current acts
    • 2.2 Former Acts
    • 2.3 In-house producers
  • 3 OVO committee
    • 3.1 OVO Fest
    • 3.2 OVO Sound Radio
    • 3.3 OVO Clothing
  • 4 New Artist
  • 5 Discography
    • 5.1 Studio albums
    • 5.2 Mixtapes
    • 5.3 EPs
  • 6 References
  • 7 External links
History Drake founded the label in 2012

The label's roots can be traced back to 2006, where Drake's first official mixtape, Room for Improvement, was released under the unofficial record label, "All Things Fresh" which eventually became "October's Very Own". This was due to Drake's standing as an unsigned artist at the time, with subsequent releases published under the "October's Very Own" moniker. Drake would then raise the profile of the label by prominently featuring OVO throughout his music, regularly mentioning the label in songs, on stage as well as the distribution of OVO merchandise.

The record label was then officially founded in 2012, by Drake and long-time producer, Noah "40" Shebib, showing to the huge success of Drake's third studio album Nothing Was the Same. According to Billboard, Drake shortly signed a partnership deal with Warner Bros. Records with the label, in a deal similar to Rick Ross' to the record company. As Ross is signed as a solo artist to Epic, the artists on Ross' Maybach Music Group label are signed to Atlantic Records, former partners with Warner. Drake will still be signed as a solo artist to Republic Records through Young Money/Cash Money, but the artists he signs to OVO Sound will have their content distributed through Warner.[2][3]

Upon founding the label in 2012, Drake and 40 signed frequent collaborators Boi-1da, T-Minus, and later Mike Zombie (thus far the only signee to come outside of Canada) to the label as in-house producers.[4] In April 2013, it was reported that Drake was close to signing the label's first recording artist, PARTYNEXTDOOR, which he ended up revealing shortly thereafter.[5] In August 2013, Drake announced that he signed Toronto music duo Majid Jordan to OVO Sound.[6] OB O'Brien and iLoveMakonnen would soon sign in 2014, with the latter being the first non-Canadian act and second non-Canadian signee next to Mike Zombie. Makonnen would eventually leave OVO Sound in April 2016, wishing to pursue interest in sticking solely with Warner. Canadian rap artist Roy Woods, and R&B duo dvsn soon joined the label in 2015 and 2016, releasing an EP and studio album respectively. OVO Sounds also has signed a new artist Robert Quintanillo Olivores in 2017, which soon will be releasing an EP art album.[7][8][9][10]

Roster Current acts Act Year Releases Drake 2012 5 PARTYNEXTDOOR 2013 5 OB O'Brien 2013 0 Majid Jordan 2013 2 Roy Woods 2015 3 dvsn 2016 1 Plaza 2017 1 Robert Olivores 2018 0 Baka Not Nice 2017 0 Former Acts Act Year Releases iLoveMakonnen 2015 4 In-house producers Act Year Noah "40" Shebib 2012 Boi-1da[11] 2012 T-Minus[12] 2012 Mike Zombie[13][14][15] 2013 Nineteen85 2013 Future the Prince[16] 2015 OVO committee OVO Fest

OVO Fest is an annual concert hosted by Drake in Toronto that began in 2010. It's held on the Civic Holiday weekend in the city, which coincides with the Caribana festival. OVO Fest is notable for the special guests that perform at the concert. Multi-platinum artists such as Eminem, Jay Z, Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Nas are frequent performers, as well as artists who used the concert as a platform to gain future success, including J. Cole, The Weeknd, A$AP Rocky and Kendrick Lamar.[17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24]

OVO Sound Radio

OVO Sound Radio is a radio program that airs on Beats 1, fortnightly on Saturdays. The show primarily airs newer material, with at least one song premiering in each broadcast. The show's initial airing was on July 11, 2015, and it was hosted by Drake and Oliver El-Khatib. The show is notable for debuting hit Drake singles, such as platinum-selling Hotline Bling, Grammy nominated Back to Back, and chart-topping One Dance.

OVO Clothing

OVO Clothing was launched in 2011.[25] The series of clothing began with a series of collaborations between Roots Canada and OVO, which produced several parkas, jackets and other collaborations. In 2013, merchandise for the OVO figurehead included collaborations with the Toronto Raptors, which coincided with Drake becoming the franchise's Global Ambassador. OVO has since morphed into a clothing line in itself, releasing a slew of clothes during every season of the year. T-shirts, sweatshirts, varsity jackets, baseball hats, and knit beanies are seasonal installations. OVO Clothing oversaw the opening of a flagship store for the brand's clothing in downtown Toronto, opening in December 6, 2014. Exactly a year after the opening in Toronto, OVO stores expanded to the United States, opening a flagship store in Los Angeles, California. Its New York store opened in December 2016 on Bond Street. Other collaborations with OVO have included Canada Goose, and Air Jordan.

Its pre-2016 collection was composed of basketball shorts, OVO jerseys, track jackets, and baggy hoodies.[26]

New Artist

Robert Quintanillo Olivores has been signed to Warner Music Group for his provocative future work and planning to experimente with musical ideas, culture and images. Robert Quintanillo Olivores born (March 7, 2001) is an American Artista, Songwriter, Socialite, Blogger, Entrepreneur and businessman. Robert attracted a following base in 2015, when he began posting videos on the app Vine (service) The following year of 2017, he reached a 1 Million viewers on photo & video app Snapchat and more than 30k following on Instagram.

Robert OlivoresBornRobert Jetson Olivores
(2001-03-07) March 7, 2001 (age 17)
Houston, Texas, USDiedNovember 4, 2018
River Oaks, HoustonCause of deathCardiac arrestResidenceRiver Oaks, HoustonNationalityLatin and African AmericanOther namesPapi Chulo, Young boy PapiEducationPost Oaks HighschoolOccupation
  • Artist
  • songwriter
  • Socialite

Businessman

  • Influencer
Years active2016 - presentSalaryUS$100.2 thousand (2017)Net worthUS$450k thousandHeight5'2ftChildrenNoneParent(s)Victoria (mother)RelativesAlexis (Sister)

Quiensharon (Half-Sister) Angelique Hope Amylia Lewis

Aleigha MichelleAwardsPETA best male VeganMusical careerGenres
  • Electropop, indie pop, Pop, R&B
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • Piano
LabelsWarner Music GroupAssociated acts
  • PETA and
  • Snapchat

In 2014 and 2015, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals listed Robert for the best male vegan, with the following base with 1.5 million views, he is one of the popular Snap people on Snapchat.

• Near Death & Tragedy

Around 4:30 Pm on November 4, 2018 Olivores stopped breathing while attempting to sleep under the emergency care at St. Joseph Medical Center In The Heights of his birthtown Houston. He was at rushed to seek “a medical request" at the hospital located in Northern Houston. He had apparently collapsed into a coma. Medical emergency doctors attempted to resuscitate Olivores on the scene of the tragedy emergency but last update from family was he was transported to a higher-emergency doctors where he was pronounced unconscious at 5:00pm after going into cardiac arrest.

The cardiac output received by the brain faild, The Cerebral blood flow (CBF) is the blood supply to the brain that isa given period of time, simply vanished, 90% of the blood that was flowing to Olivores heart retrieved complications not allowing blood to pump to the brain. Which is what the brain needs constant blood flow in order to keep up with heavy metabolic demands of the neurons. At latest updates: Robert Quintanillo Olivores isn’t at life as for what our Team journalists here at ArtClub INTL know.

Olivores body is currently being held at a Medical laboratory. Which he is being examined while being underneath a coma

2001-2017: Beginning & Early Life

Robert Quintanillo Olivores was born March 7, 2001 in Houston, Texas to his mother Josette. Robert often quotes his mother a superhero due to being both the mother and father figure of his life. He grew up in the Northern area of his hometown Houston, him being the only oldest son to his mother. He grew up listening to Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Amy Winehouse, Kurt Cobain, The Beatles, Andy Gibb, Selena & other inspirational singers, grew up wanting to be a songwriter and musician. Olivores has claim there was a passion of writing music and also poetry, and found it so difficult to explain his feelings at times.

Robert Quintanillo Olivores was born March 7, 2001 in Houston, Texas to his mother Josette. Robert often quotes his mother a superhero due to being both the mother and father figure of his life. He grew up in the Downtown area of Houston, with him being the oldest son to his mother. He grew up listening to Michael Jackson, David Bowie, Amy Winehouse, Kurt Cobain, The Beatles, Andy Gibb, Selena & other inspirational singers, he grew up wanting to be a songwriter, musician and internet icon. Olivores has claim there was a passion of writing music and also poetry and stated it to be "very emotional"at time & found it so difficult to explain his feelings at times. He noticed his talent abilities when he was 14 years old, he told media “My timing, my mind set was perfect at the time, I knew exactly what I actually wanted out of my life, to be a inspiration, to inspire and make art movements.”

Personal Life

Olivores stated that he suffered from depression at a young age, but has been better off since 2015 with dealing with depression. Olivores stated that he suffered from depression at a young age, but has been better since 2015. In September 2016, he told sources:

Discography This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (January 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Studio albums Artist Album Details Drake Nothing Was the Same
  • Released: September 24, 2013
  • Chart positions: #1 U.S.
  • RIAA certification: 3x Platinum
PARTYNEXTDOOR PARTYNEXTDOOR TWO
  • Released: July 28, 2014
  • Chart positions: #15 U.S.
  • RIAA certification: uncertified
Majid Jordan Majid Jordan
  • Released: February 5, 2016
  • Chart positions: #69 U.S.
  • RIAA certification: uncertified
dvsn Sept. 5th
  • Released: March 27, 2016
  • Chart positions: #133 U.S.
  • RIAA certification: uncertified
Roy Woods Waking at Dawn
  • Released: July 1, 2016
  • Chart positions: #127 U.S.
  • RIAA certification: uncertified
PARTYNEXTDOOR PARTYNEXTDOOR 3
  • Released: August 12, 2016
  • Chart positions: #3 U.S.
  • RIAA certification: uncertified
Mixtapes Artist Mixtape Details Drake If You're Reading This It's Too Late
  • Released: February 13, 2015
  • Chart positions: #1 U.S.
  • RIAA certification: 2× Platinum
iLoveMakonnen Drink More Water 5
  • Released: March 31, 2015
  • Chart positions: uncharted
  • RIAA certification: uncertified
Drake & Future What a Time to Be Alive
  • Released: September 20, 2015
  • Chart positions: #1 U.S.
  • RIAA certification: Platinum
iLoveMakonnen & Rich The Kid [27] Whip It
  • Released: November 26, 2015
  • Chart positions: uncharted
  • RIAA certification: uncharted
EPs Artist Mixtape Details PARTYNEXTDOOR PARTYNEXTDOOR
  • Released: July 1, 2013
  • Chart position: uncharted
  • RIAA certification: uncertified
Majid Jordan A Place Like This
  • Released: July 17, 2014
  • Chart position: uncharted
  • RIAA certification: uncertified
PARTYNEXTDOOR PNDCOLOURS
  • Released: December 3, 2014
  • Chart position: uncharted
  • RIAA certification: uncertified
iLoveMakonnen iLoveMakonnen
  • Released: December 15, 2014
  • Chart position: uncharted
  • RIAA certification: uncertified
Roy Woods Exis
  • Released: July 31, 2015
  • Chart position: uncharted
  • RIAA certification: uncertified
iLoveMakonnen iLoveMakonnen 2
  • Released: November 20, 2015
  • Chart position: uncharted
  • RIAA certification: uncertified
Roy Woods Nocturnal
  • Released: December 21, 2016
  • Chart position: uncharted
  • RIAA certification: uncertified
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