SBK Records

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SBK Records is a record label started in the late 1980s. It was a sub-division of EMI Records[source?].

Stephen Swid, Martin Bandier and Charles Koppelman formed the production company for a reported $295 million. The label had several hits with Vanilla Ice, Jon Secada, Wilson Phillips, Technotronic and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles[source?].

SBK Records shut down in 1995 after the murder of Selena. SBK Records signed her for a crossover deal[source?].

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