Brooklyn native Em Soto signs distribution deal with Sony's The Orchard for distribution of works.
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Em Soto recently inked his distribution deal with The Orchard, a Sony Music Entertainment company known for distributing independent and major artist. Coming to the roster, Soto brings his label IV Entertainment and new single "Drift & Swerve".
Recently making headlines with his new single, Em Soto plans to release an EP in the near future under the Sony umbrella. The joint venture entails distribution of his music to all major digital outlets and licensing, which has been a major key in helping other acts receive a good break in the entertainment industry.
Em Soto is an American Hip Hop artist and record producer from Brooklyn, NY. Soto created his own label IV Entertainment in 2013 being the front line artist and producer alongside J. Gordon, and label co owner G-Lyves, going on to form a group known asThe Hafwayz. After the label was created Em Soto was featured on various mixtapes with Styles P (Of The Lox) , Raekwon (Of Wu-Tang), Rappin 4 Tay, Thirstin Howl III, and more.
Growing up it is mentioned that Soto listened to artist such as Jay-Z, Nas, Notorious B.I.G., A.Z., and more notable acts from that era of Hip Hop music. From his involvement in sports throughout life he still found time to dedicate some of his time to writing. After high school and a semester of college, he decided to enlist in the military where he would go on a hiatus from writing music. After coming out of the military, Em decided to pick back up on his writing skills and took a more serious approach to his music by enrolling in a music production and audio recording program at a local college.
His earlier life was spent learning life lessons from his grandmother who raised him. No doubt, with his upbringing, this is where his love of poetry and writing developed. Because of this love for writing and the popularity of Hip Hop from his peers, Em was influenced to tailor his writing to the style of hip hop and word play which became known as bars.