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Miguel Lopez, a successful business man founded and launched Urban Heat, a strictly Hip Hop R&B and Pop label in 2005 with his first artist “Addictiv”, album released in November 2009 which led to many chart topping hits such as Little Game featuring Miami's own Pitbull, "Everything" featuring Papoose from New York City, Tonite being her top single reaching 93 million worldwide and number 5 on the Canadian charts which led to 2 more successful singles Just Breathe and Over It. A nomination  and win for Best new artist was obtained at the S.O.B.A Awards as well as a nomination at the Canadian radio music awards. Not only did he take his record label in the right direction with its artists but it led to  4 years of success at the worlds largest comedy festival bringing international music acts to the city of Montreal such as The Jacksons, The Beach Boys, Kool and the Gang and Village People. With this large scale of movement a relationship formed between Bing Worthington (Snoop Dogg's brother) to create a platform where West Coast artists meet the North and vice versa creating Dogg Records.   

With their uncanny eye for talent, Miguel  and Bing have positioned Dogg Records not only to be known as a Pop/Hip Hop/ R&B label but also to be a powerhouse in Canadian music.  


Miguel Lopez  C.E O, Dogg Records


Bing Worthington Executive Producer

"Here at Dogg Records we are passionate about Music and pushing it to the limits both in terms of audio and Video. While we like to be on the cutting edge, we believe there is a difference between trend and innovation and that it’s our job to figure out which is which. Instead of creating just another single or music video, we set out to do something different, and we think you’ll agree that we did just that". M.L 

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