Black Wall Street


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The Black Wall Street Records is a recording company founded by The Game and his half-brother Big Fase 100.

The name “The Black Wall Street” is adopted from what was the racially segregated Greenwood neighborhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma. During the oil boom of 1920’s, Greenwood was home to several prominent black business men, many of them multimillionaires

After leaving G-Unit Records, The Game hoped to launch The Black Wall Street, co-founded by his brother Big Fase 100, to compete with his former label and labelmates. Big Fase 100 eventually left the label officially after internal problems with The Game. Though the company hasn’t released an official retail album, it has released several mixtapes including the “Black Wall Street Journal” and “BWS Radio” series. The label is thought to have had a distribution deal with Capitol Records, though it now has distribution through Warner Bros. Records. Former artists who have been on the label include: Eastwood, Glasses Malone, Techniec, Cyssero, Vita, Charli Baltimore and Young Life.

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