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Scribe Goes Gold In Australia


Scribe Goes Gold In Australia

Dirty Records and FMR are proud to announce that the SCRIBE single “Not Many/Stand Up” has reached GOLD STATUS in Australia, certifying sales of 35,000.


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Australian sales of Scribe’s debut album ‘The Crusader’ are currently at 30,000, with only an additional 5000 sales to go to also achieve Gold in Australia.

Fresh from a recent sell-out Australian tour, Scribe said, “The Australian hip hop community has been phenomenally supportive”.

Dirty Records’ co-owner and producer P Money, on the eve of the release of his own Magic City album, thanked the Australian FMR team and also the fans that supported Scribe throughout all his tours across the Tasman, “Scribe’s touring has really paid off, congratulations to him and all of the FMR team in Australia”.

FMR New Zealand Managing Director Mark Ashbridge said, “I am thrilled that someone other than the Finns, Split Enz and Crowded House is finally selling records in Australia. We are so grateful for the efforts and hard work of FMR in Australia, and of course to Scribe for being a true star”. The next Australian single for Scribe is “Dreaming” and is already gaining adds with Australian radio.

P Money’s Magic City album featuring appearances by Scribe is out in New Zealand October 18.

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