List of Warner Music Group labels

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Warner Music Group's labels include the following.

Flagship labelsEdit

Atlantic Records GroupEdit

Elektra Music GroupEdit

Warner RecordsEdit

Parlophone Label GroupEdit

Rhino EntertainmentEdit

Rhino handles the American distribution of reissues from the UK back catalogs of Chrysalis (part), EMI Columbia, EMI, Harvest, and Parlophone.

Warner Music NashvilleEdit

Alternative Distribution AllianceEdit

Arts MusicEdit

Warner ClassicsEdit

International labelsEdit

Warner Music InternationalEdit

Warner Music International (formerly WEA International) is the international copyright holder and distributor for North American artists on the Warner Music record labels. An example of this is on the credits for the American artists albums which states i.e. "Warner Bros. Records, Inc. for the U.S. and WEA International, Inc. for the world outside the U.S."[2]

WEA is also referred to as Warner Music International or Warner Music Entertainment and has divisions worldwide such as Australia, Japan and all over Europe. These branches are usually called Warner Music followed by the name of the country. Some labels have more than one record company for example the UK has Warner Bros. Records UK and Atlantic Records UK but both trade through Warner Music UK, Limited. These labels market and distribute artists in those specific regions are all part of WEA International/Warner Music International


Spinnin' Records (acquired in 2017)

As Warner MusicEdit
As Parlophone Label GroupEdit


North AmericaEdit

South AmericaEdit






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  2. ^ "Warner Music Group Official Website". Warner Music Group Official Website.
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  4. ^ "Warner Music Group Warner Music Group Strikes Innovative Deal with Nigeria's Leading Label Chocolate City". Warner Music Group Official Website.
  5. ^ "Warner Music Group Announces Partnership With Nigerian Label Chocolate City". Billboard.
  6. ^ Billboard: Warner Music Swallows Korea's Vitamin Entertainment
  7. ^ Warner Music International and SK Telecom Announce Partnership.