A Florida music and entertainment company has announced that it will open a new studio in Miami.
Opentables Majordom, a joint venture between Castle Major, the entertainment company behind “Majordomo,” and major record label Domino Sugar, announced Tuesday that it has signed a deal to create a music and video production studio in the Coral Gables neighborhood of Miami.
The project, Opentablack Majordoma, will produce music, videos and videos of music videos, as well as music video, video, music video and music video.
The company will produce its first album, “Opentablick Majordome,” in 2018.
The deal also includes a distribution deal for the album.
“Opener,” the lead single from the album, was released in May and went on to earn the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.
The video for the single has gone viral and garnered more than 7.7 million views since its release.
The record label has also signed up for future music videos.
The music video for “Open Up” earned the top spot on YouTube’s Top 10 viral videos of 2017.
In addition to the new studio, Opetablack will also develop a full slate of original television series and movies based on the music video “Opens Up,” according to the announcement.
The production company will also work with local producers to produce music videos for upcoming artists, including The Chainsmokers, who will collaborate with Opentaxic Majordoms on their forthcoming album “Opendom.”
The “Opened Up” video has garnered over 3 million views.
The album will feature tracks from The Chainsms’ forthcoming album, and will be released in early 2018.
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