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Deitrick Haddon Signs To eOne Music And Partners To Create Christian Television Content

  Entertainment One Music (eOne Music) has announced the signing of award-winning gospel singer turned reality star Deitrick Haddon. Al...


Entertainment One Music (eOne Music) has announced the signing of award-winning gospel singer turned reality star Deitrick Haddon. Also known for his hit producing and song-writing skills, Haddon has launched a new partnership with eOne with his DHVisions record label, which is associated with Relevé Entertainment.

The partnership between the three will allow Haddon, Relevé and eOne to release and produce Christian television and film content, as well. Of the new partnership, Phil Thornton who serves as eOne Musice Vice President and General Manager of Urban Inspirational, said: “At eOne Music, we are excited to partner with the critically-acclaimed, award-winning superstar Deitrick Haddon in forming this new label partnership DHVisions, as he returns to produce the music his fans worldwide have always loved. Deitrick’s multi-faceted talents and the dynamic gifts that he’s brought to every project have made him an undeniable visionary artist, and we look forward to breaking new creative ground together in the field of gospel entertainment.”

Dr. Holly Carter, the CEO and founder of Relevé Entertainment added: “As Deitrick’s manager and partner in his entertainment endeavors, I knew he had to have the right partner. What Phil and his team at eOne have done and continue to do in gospel and entertainment overall makes this a perfect match.
I am excited about the future.” Haddon shared his feelings about eOn, stating he and eOne have the same vision and goals for the future of gospel music.

eOne Music is noted for having acclaimed gospel artists on their roster such as Pastor Shirley Caesar, Dorinda Clark-Cole, William McDowell and Michelle Williams to name a few.

Last November, Haddon addressed the rumors of him losing his RCA record deal with MadameNoire. Though people thought RCA Records released him from the label because of his role on “Preacher’s Of LA.” Despite this claim, Haddon noted he wanted to explore new ventures and didn’t resign with RCA because he spent 12 years on their label. Below, you can watch his entire interview with Michelle Williams.

Congratulations to Deitrick on his new label and partnerships.

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