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|Parent company||Wagram Music Group|
|Country of origin||France|
|Location||Paris, Île-de-France, Los Angeles, Berlin|
Wagram's catalog covers various music genres such as French pop, Rock and Pop, world, electronic music, Reggae, Soul, Jazz and Blues. Represented artists include Orelsan, - M -, Lamomali, Fatoumata Diawara, Dominique A, Suzanne, Philippe Katerine, Bertrand Belin, Inna de Yard, Ken Booth, Malik Djoudi, and Corneille.
Wagram Music has several subsidiary record labels:
- Cinq7, which includes the artists: Saez, Dominique A, Gush, Lilli Wood & The Prick, Melanie Pain, Rover, Oxmo Puccino, Tété, The Dø, etc.
- 3ème Bureau, which includes the artists: Orelsan, Casseurs Flowters, Pony Pony Run Run, Naive New Beaters, Brigitte, and Ayọ.
- Chapter Two Records, which includes the artists: Winston Mcanuff, Fixi, Zoufris Maracas, Soviet Suprem, Clinton Fearon, and Inna de Yard.
- WLab, which includes the artists: Corneille, Ridsa, Caravan Palace.
Wagram is also affiliated with the record label Panenka (Therapy Taxi).
Wagram opened W Spectacle, its live company, in 2010. It manages concerts and tours for a roster of around 40 artists, including Rover, R.Wan, Winston McAnuff, Fatoumata Diawara, Bertrand Belin, and Ayọ.
Wagram Music is part of Wagram Stories, a global and independent artistic production company, involved in film and series production (Wagram Film), book publishing (Wagram Livres), live music, and communication (Wagram Agency).
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