David Gresham Records is South Africa's leading Independent Record Company, representing Alex Gaudino, Paul Potts, Dans Dans Lisa, Glaskas, Jesse Clegg, Benny Benassi, Gareth Cliff, Nutty Nys, Miza, Casely, Lee-Roy Wright, Donovan Vallance, Back To the 80's, Ultra Dance, Chelley, Tha Vill, The Temper Trap, Placebo, General Fiasco, DJ Khaled, Danny Fernandes, Ultrabeat, Saving Silence, dj Excess, Tiesto, Cosmic Gate, Van Diens Af, Quentin Harris, DJ Skeelo, Beatbullyz, Clubland, Ekow, Laurent Wolf, Lou Bega, Nightcrawlers, Sahara feat. Shaggy, Wolfgang Gartner, Foster & Allen, Cafe d Afrique, Slam, Rokoff, Joss Stone, Bush, Moses Metro Man, Jimmy Nevis, The Plastics, Wonderboom, Prime Circle, Cutting Jade, One Day Remains
Stone partnered with Surfdog Records to release LP1 on July 26, 2011, through her own label Stone'd Records. The album was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee in six days, where Stone co-wrote and co-produced the album with Eurythmics co-founder, David Stewart The lead single, 'Somehow', and was released on June 24, 2011. Stone also joined the supergroup SuperHeavy which was formed by Mick Jagger of Rolling Stones, together with Dave Stewart, Damian Marley - youngest son of Bob Marley, and the Indian musician and producer A.R. Rahman. The album was recorded at Jim Henson Studios in Los Angeles and will be released in 20 September 2011 by A&M Records. The debut single, 'Miracle Worker', was released on 19 July 2011. Stone mentioned the upcoming release of 'LP2' and an album she referred to as 'The Soul Sessions 2', set for February 2012 and an unknown release date, respectively.