Big Hit Entertainment

Big Hit Entertainment's idol groups BTS and TXT may be brother groups but they are apparently signed to different labels in the US.

And the interesting part is that the US labels that distribute the K-Pop groups' music are rivals. As many BTS fans may be aware, the group's music is currently being distributed by Columbia Records, a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment. However, TXT's music distributor has been revealed to be Republic Records, a subsidiary of Universal Music Group.

Republic Records made an announcement after TXT's debut, which you can see below.

TXT's US Music Distributor Is Rival Company Of BTS's Music Distributor

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Given that Republic Records is distributing TXT's music, it is highly likely that physical copies of their album will be available for purchase in stores across the US.

Stay tuned for updates!

 

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Mar 7, 2019 07:20 pm

Wow it is intresting

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Mar 6, 2019 09:28 am

Normally when one says someone is signed to a U.S. label, it means they are an artist of the label and BTS nor TXT are artists of either labels. It is simply promotion so being on different promos isn't a big deal at all. Also, neither does it mean TXT will be in U.S. stores. The fact is Army buy BTS music not average American music listeners and that's why BTS isn't in U.S. stores and why they never qualified for any real awards. Their success is not supported by American listeners like normal artists it is simply the mass… Read more »

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Mar 7, 2019 01:16 pm
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i'd say the same about most boybands frankly.. western or otherwise. only fans would buy their music, never the average listener.

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Mar 6, 2019 05:03 pm
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spot on.bts and txt albums would be collecting dust if they were actually in stores