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J.R. Rotem

Country of origin


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Epic Records (select releases) Warner Bros. Records (select releases) Island Def Jam (select releases)

Los Angeles, California

Official website

Beluga Heights Records is an American record label established by record producer J. R. Rotem. The label is known for working with popular musical artists such as Rihanna and Leona Lewis as well as discovering and developing new acts such as Sean Kingston, Jason Derulo and Iyaz.


The Beluga Heights label was founded in November 2006 as an equal three-way partnership between Rotem, his manager Zach Katz and his brother Tommy Rotem with Epic Records to help develop new artists signed to the label. In August 2008, Beluga Heights moved to a new joint venture with Warner Bros. Records, where Jason Derulo, Auburn, and Iyaz were signed to the record label. The "Beluga Heights" phrase is commonly found at the start of songs produced by the record label. Beluga Heights is also housed in the Chalice Recording Studios in Los Angeles.

  • Sean Kingston (Epic / Beluga Heights)
  • Jason Derulo (Warner Bros. / Beluga Heights)
  • Iyaz (Warner Bros./Reprise/Beluga Heights)
  • Dawin (Republic/Casablanca/Beluga Heights)
  • J.R. Rotem – president / record producer / songwriter
  • Zach Katz – CEO / record manager / legal
  • Tommy Rotem – Vice president of A&R / artist development
  • Jaron "M1" Goodman - Senior Vice President/ Senior Writer
  • J. R. Rotem – producer and the founder of Beluga Heights Records
  • Evan "Kidd" Bogart – songwriter of Beluga Heights Records and founder of his own label "The Writing Camp"
  • Jonathan Brown – songwriter
  • Clemm Rishad – songwriter
  • William Jordan – songwriter
  • Kevin Hissink – songwriter
  • Mike Mac – songwriter
  • Jordan Baum - songwriter
  • Travis Margis - songwriter
  • Samantha Nelson - songwriter
  • Lolene Everett - Songwriter
  • Thomas Louis - Songwriter
  • References

    Beluga Heights Records Wikipedia

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