Grand was an Asian record label active from the end of the 1940s till from Singapore.
CHAP KUCHING was one of the earliest local record labels. It was set up by Moutrie & Co. Ltd. in 1934, and specialised in Malay records.
CHAP KUCHING was originally managed by Thomas Hemsley. He eventually left to set up his own label, Chap Singa in 1937.
The label ceased operations in 1941.
CHAP SINGA was one of the earliest record labels established in Singapore. It was set up by M.E. & Thomas Hemsley in 1937.
Hemsley had previously been the manager of CHAP KUCHING, another early local record label. Both labels ceased operations in 1941.
The records were pressed in India.
Quek Swee Chiang was one of the first local record labels in Singapore.
Records under this label were made for Teck Chiang Long Co., which was located in Circular Road and dealt in piece goods, iron safes, and gramophones machines and records.
Teck Chiang Long Co. was dissolved in October 1928.