Locked On Records

UK Garage label launched in 1996 by Tarik Nashnush in the Pure Groove record shop stock room. The label started off by releasing compilation albums focusing on the pirate radio sound in London at the time. In collaboration with [l160], Locked On built a reputation for their singles catalogue which included crossover success with Artful Dodger’s ‘Moving Too Fast’, Wideboys 'Sambuca' and Zed Bias ‘Neighbourhood’. It’s biggest success was signing The Streets to label, whose sophomore album ‘A Grand Don’t Come For Free’ sold 4× Platinum and reached number 1 in the UK album charts. The Copyright company is [l=Locked On Records].


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