There have been some questions and doubts raised about Swaggertown Records, a record label that has been in the music industry for several years. Some people have been wondering if it’s a real indie label or just a scam. However, the label’s CEO, Jake Strain, has come out to defend the label and clarify any misunderstandings.
One of the allegations against Swaggertown Records is that someone claiming to be affiliated with the label was selling industry contacts for just $80. This raised suspicions that the label may not be genuine. However, Strain was quick to dismiss these allegations, stating that Swaggertown Records would never sell their connections, nor would anyone else in the industry. He also pointed out that the person claiming to be from Swaggertown Records had not provided any proof of their affiliation with the label.
Strain went on to emphasize that good publicity is crucial for artists, and Swaggertown Records works hard to control the narrative and ensure that their artists are seen as legitimate and credible. He revealed that there have been several cases of people pretending to be Swaggertown Records on the internet, which is why the label has been verified on Instagram and Twitter. Strain urged people to only trust the official Swaggertown Records Instagram and Twitter accounts, which are @swaggertown and @swaggertownroad, respectively.
The label has been in the industry since 2016 and has helped many artists launch their careers. However, it’s important to note that not everyone who claims to be affiliated with the label is genuine. Strain warned against trusting anyone claiming to be from Swaggertown Records who is not officially recognized by the label.
Furthermore, Swaggertown Records has an “OG gmail” account at email@example.com and two public phone numbers at (518) 914-9341 and (518) 935-7748, which people can use to contact the label. However, it’s crucial to note that only official contacts should be trusted.
It’s important to be aware that scammers are out there using the name “Swagger Town Records,” which is incorrect. The real indie label is called Swaggertown Records, and it’s one word. One way to spot these scammers is by noticing that their emails often have grammatical errors and sound like they were written by a bot. To avoid being scammed, never send your money to anyone who can’t provide a verified payment method such as PayPal or Venmo. Always confirm who you’re talking to, and only trust the official profiles and personnel associated with Swaggertown Records, such as CEO Jake Strain, Kyle, Scott, Tim, Vanessa, Nick, and other verified staff members.