Keke Palmer Partners With The SRG-ILS GROUP

Multi-Hyphenate Superstar Keke Palmer and Her Big Bosses Entertainment Record Label Partners With The SRG-ILS GROUP (VIRGIN MUSIC GROUP/UMG) For Her Upcoming Music Release.


6/4/20241 min read

The SRG-ILS Group (Virgin Music Group/UMG) has recently announced a new partnership with the talented multi-hyphenate, Keke Palmer and her Big Bosses Entertainment imprint. Keke's first release under this new partnership will drop in early summer, as exclusively reported by

The SRG/ILS group is globally distributed by Virgin Music Group/UMG. They embrace new technologies and business models that empower artists and labels to fully engage and participate in their careers, their recording, and ownership. Through a spectrum of services, SRG/ILS is redefining the relationship between music creators and the marketplace with clients including Lalah Hathaway, UB40, Ruben Studdard, J. Brown, Damien Escobar and many others.

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Big Bosses Entertainment was founded by Keke, Sharon Palmer and her longtime music manager, Big Billy Clark in 2017. Since debuting her first studio album So Uncool in 2007, Palmer has released three mixtapes, one compilation album, and four EP’s. She released her second studio album, Big Boss, in May 2023, with an accompanying sold-out tour, a subsequent deluxe album featuring four new singles and a visual album which was honored with an NAACP Award nomination for Outstanding Direction by Keke.

Keke Palmer is an Emmy Award-winning actress, singer/songwriter, producer, author, television host, and a passionate voice of the millennial generation. Palmer rose to prominence through her breakout role in Akeelah and the Bee at age 12 and has gone on to star in over 25 films and 30 TV shows, including Jordan Peele’s acclaimed film Nope, Roadside Attraction’s Alice, which she also executive produced, STX’s Hustlers, FOX’s Scream Queens and of course Nickelodeon’s True Jackson, VP. She hosts a record-breaking podcast, Baby, This is Keke Palmer for Wondery/Amazon, and founded her own digital network, KeyTV.

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