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Matt Argall's Prospective Business Partner Shoots Music Videos With Ludacris, Taio Cruz and Guetta

MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 06/21/14 -- A beach-side disco party, guests run down the beach and stop right in front of the ocean. What sounds like a sweet memory from the last summer vacation is really the beginning of David Guetta's video for Little Bad Girl, the first hit single from his album Nothing but the Beat. For the shoot, Guetta received the much needed high-tech help from the electronic music icon Kryoman, who is currently in talks with Matt Argall to launch their record label, a project that the two friends and business partners are both ecstatic about. Nicki Minaj, Flo Rida, Jessie J, will.i.am, Usher, Taio Cruz and Ludacris are among the other stars that appeared in the Guetta's video for his first hit single.

Throughout the Little Bad Girl video, Kryoman is seen performing on stage, trademark LED-illuminated robot suit glowing against the backdrop and fog blasting from the costume's smoke gun -- a mindbogglingly successful collaboration for David Guetta. Collaboration is nothing new in the world of pop music, and Matt Argall's prospective music partner, Kryoman, is no stranger to collaborative works, either. Aside from his appearance in Guetta's video, he has performed with a number of today's top talents, including Nicky Romero, Carl Cox, Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano. His signature robot suit has become so famous, that he established a robot dance group that is touring and performing all over the world.

The burgeoning business relationship between Matt Argall and Andrew Moore, who has come to fame under his stage name Kryoman, has a great deal of promise. Initially, Argall and Moore will start out serving the local Miami and Miami Beach area, where both currently reside. That makes a lot of sense considering the city's blossoming music industry, the number of music festivals now held throughout the Miami area, the thriving music clubs along the boardwalk, and the amount of talent concentrated here. The partnership is poised for massive success, as the two uniquely talented individuals come together. Matt Argall will leverage his business acumen and connections, while Moore brings to the table considerable influence within the national and international music industry. The new record label will give up-and-coming Miami musicians and performing artists a local label to turn to, rather than forcing them to try to land a deal with one of the major labels.

About Matt Argall: Born in Los Angeles and raised in Canada, Matt now lives with his wife Maya and their little son in South Florida. Matt Argall is a hugely successful businessman and investor, sought-after adviser and passionate humanitarian. After starting out in the business world by bringing a dwindling online company back to life when he was still just a teenager, he made himself a name as a savvy marketer and entrepreneur who is always keen to explore new and groundbreaking ideas. Matt has been intimately involved with the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, as well as other nonprofit organizations focused on improving the lives and future prospects of the world's less fortunate.

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