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Silas Records was an American record label founded in 1991 by Louil Silas Jr., and operated as a subsidiary of MCA Records, where Silas had been a senior VP. The label achieved minor success throughout the 1990s. It was eventually absorbed into MCA in 1999, after Silas left his post at Universal Music Group to take a position at LaFace Records.

The labels first and last releases were by Chanté Moore in 1992 and 1999 respectively.

Other artists on the label were: Aaron Hall, London Jones, Jesse Powell and Keith Washington.

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