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Welcome to the home page of performing songwriter/producer, and co-founder of Ivy League Au'Dae, Alex Au'Dae. Alex is a former UMG recording artist, once a group member of Thug City (".45" and "Proposition") from the early 2000's. In early 2018, after getting a placement with Billboard EDM artist Kim Cameron SideFX and signing with a small management company, Alex and the management company amicably parted ways, also dissolving his business ties with Iced Out Entertainment.
At this point, Au'Dae and Ivy League Fatso, CEO of Ivy League Empire, decided to combine their two separate brands into one, forming Ivy League Au'Dae a US based global digital distribution imprint label. But as a brand, Alex and Fatso were looking to take a different approach to the distribution market other than to distribute their own music globally for the newly formed brand. That's when they both agreed that the overseas market was the way to go for offering distribution services. Alex then reached out to long time friend and business associate, Elton Bryce, CEO of Bryce Nation one of the only African based major labels, still relevant in the African music market with 20+ years of experience in the music industry for the African music market. After several talks and a collaboration between Ivy League Au'Dae artist KV The Ghost, and Bryce Nation artist Cindy Munyavi, Ivy League Au'Dae was able to sign Bryce Nation to a sub-label distribution deal, giving them the ability to distribute music directly from the African market, with the opportunity to access 32 of Africa's biggest music markets through Bryce Nation's vast home based network in South Africa providing distribution accessibility for more African artists than Sony Africa.
More about Bryce Nation and Ivy League Empire can be found on their pages.