Musical Freedom (also known as Musical Freedom Records since October 2014) is a record label founded in August 2009 by Dutch DJ and producer Tiësto in cooperation with the independent record label Play It Again, Sam after selling its stake in the Black Hole Recordings. It was distributed worldwide by PIAS Entertainment Group, except in the United States where it was distributed by Ultra Records. Since 2014, it is distributed by PM:AM Recordings and Spinnin’ Records. In August 2009, Tiësto set up Musical Freedom in cooperation with the independent label Play It Again, Sam after selling its stake in the Black Hole Recordings. Major successes that followed were “Maximal Crazy” by Tiësto, “C’mon (Catch ‘Em by Surprise)” by Tiësto and Diplo, “Epic” by Sandro Silva and Quintino, “Cannonball” by Showtek and Justin Prime, “Red Lights” and “Wasted” by Tiësto, “Secrets” by Tiësto and KSHMR and “L’amour toujours” (Tiësto Edit) by Dzeko & Torres. Also, both albums Kaleidoscope and A Town Called Paradise and the four Club Life compilations by Tiësto, Club Life: Volume One Las Vegas (2011), Club Life: Volume Two Miami (2012), Club Life: Volume Three Stockholm (2013) and Club Life: Volume Four New York City (2015) were released on the label.