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Peppermint Jam

Labelcode: LC 5513 / LC 05513

From the very beginning it was planned that Peppermint Jam would remain an independently distributed label as German distributors, at that time, were more focused on techno and trance, leaving vocal house largely untouched. The turning point, however, was the year 1996 – and Peppermint Jam’s first visit to the Winter Music Conference in Miami. This milestone in the company’s history resulted in license enquiries from labels such as MAW as well as international collaborations. After their first self-produced releases, the label signed Ruffneck and “Everybody Be Somebody” became their first real hit, soon followed by Boris Dlugosch’s “Keep Pushin” and “Hold Your Head Up High” (both featuring Inaya Day).

A key track in the label’s 18 years history was the 1998’s worldwide smash hit, "Horny".
On the back of the song’s success, the label’s increased revenue and profile attracted high profile collaborations, including the Boris Dlugosch rework of "Sing It Back" and "Sex Bomb" featuring Tom Jones.

Artist development has always been the main focus for Peppermint Jam. Over the past 15 years, in addition to two Mousse T. albums ("Gourmet de Funk" and "All Nite Madness") many artists such as Emma Lanford, Inaya Day, Cunnie Williams, James Kakande and Omar have been signed and produced by the label. Tracks like “Dangerous Vibes” by Ferry Ultra, “Brothers & Sisters” by Michi Lange, “Cruisin’” by Can7 and “Get Up” by Byron Stingily have since become evergreen classics.
Peppermint Jam Records GmbH
Boulevard der EU 8 (Expo Park)
D-30359 Hannover

Phone: +49 (0) 511 768 600
Fax: +49 (0) 511 768 6055

Email (general enquiries): info@peppermint-jam.com
Label Management and A&R ([a=Klaus Spitzner]): k@peppermint-jam.com