Seven Figure Entertainment was formed in 2003 by producer Chris ""Christyle"" Spivey. After forming the young company, the label immediately began making its mark
releasing its first project, ""The W.A.R."", the same year.
In 2005, they followed up with Area 7, a double disc release which features one disc hip hop, and one disc r&b.
The combined success of the projects served as a solid foundation for SFE. The label began to build a reputaion not only for its artists, but for it writers, producers and engineers as well.
In 2006, they aquired the services of Ms Ssugah and Sinecure44 Productions to collaborate as its in house management and event coordinator.
Shortly following, the label made its 1st attempt to push solo artists in 2007, releasing two projects imperitive to where the label is today. Solo r&b/soul artist Talent released ""Hidden Talents"", and Kizzo, a diverse writer/artist/produer, released ""Show Goes On"".
In 2008, SFE's 1st hip hop solo artist, Big Ron, released his debut album entitles ""The Forgotten"". With strong performances from both hip hop and r&b acts, SFE proved to be a legit contender in the industry.
The young entity went all out in the 1st quarter of 2009, releasing three r&b projects at one time. R&B soul artist Laertes released his debut project, ""Here I Am"". The project was executive produced by the dynamic duo of Christyle Trakz and Kizzo. The 2nd album was a digital release of Christyle Trakz solo project entitled ""Enigma"", and it showed that not only can he make hits for his team, but he has a few of his own. Kizzo followed up ""Show Goes On"" with the sequel ""SGO2 (The Great Escape)"", making him the first artist to create a follow up project for SFE.
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