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ANYONE FOR POLO?

On the occasion of RCA's extending its partnership with Polo Grounds Music, which is pleased to present new signings Calboy and Jay Gwuapo, several interested parties convened for this festive photo op. Bryan Leach's PGM, it should be mentioned, will be releasing projects via both RCA and The Orchard; Chicagoan Calboy has earned big streams for track "Envy Me," whereas brooklyn-based 18-year-old Jay's "Download" is, um, also streaming (check out new track "No Good for Me" here). Rumors that RCA boss Peter Edge plans to use streaming proceeds to get an actual polo pony couldn't be confirmed at presstime. Seen just before streaming toward the nearest dispensary are (l-r) From Nothing's K Balla, Jay manager Geno Sims, FN's Russ Balla, PGM's Bryant Jacques, Jay Gwuapo, PGM's Sergio "Gwop" Patillo, Calboy, Leach, Edge and Calboy co-manager Antonio Strong.

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