Up until this point in his young rap career, Casey Veggies has done everything as an independent artist. However, in a recent interview with Hypetrak, Casey expressed his desire to sign with a major label and release his debut album sometime in 2013. Casey's dreams have officially turned into reality as it has been reported the young Inglewood emcee has inked his first record deal with Sony Music Entertainment. Casey is one of the first artists to sign with the Sony imprint Vested in Culture, which is lead by Sylvia Rhone. In a recent interview with Complex Magazine, Veggies explained why he chose to go with Sony verses the other labels whom were interested in signing him. “There were other labels interested at that time, but I feel like she believed in the music more than anything. She was talking more than others and she was trying to get down to business. It was a beautiful situation. I felt like it was a good move for me to partner up with Sylvia Rhone, Vested in Culture, and Sony Entertainment.”
News | February 12, 2013
Casey Veggies Signs With ‘Sony Music Entertainment’

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Up until this point in his young rap career, Casey Veggies has done everything as an independent artist. However, in a recent interview with Hypetrak, Casey expressed his desire to sign with a major label and release his debut album sometime in 2013.

Casey's dreams have officially turned into reality as it has been reported the young Inglewood emcee has inked his first record deal with Sony Music Entertainment. Casey is one of the first artists to sign with the Sony imprint Vested in Culture, which is lead by Sylvia Rhone. In a recent interview with Complex Magazine, Veggies explained why he chose to go with Sony verses the other labels whom were interested in signing him.

“There were other labels interested at that time, but I feel like she believed in the music more than anything. She was talking more than others and she was trying to get down to business. It was a beautiful situation. I felt like it was a good move for me to partner up with Sylvia Rhone, Vested in Culture, and Sony Entertainment.”