Kacey Musgraves is sort of like country music’s version of Ariana Grande. She tied Lorde and Taylor Swift for the most Grammy nods received by a woman in 2014. Katy Perry picked her up as an opener on the Prismatic Tour, along with Willie Nelson and Alison Krauss, and her most recent album, Same Trailer Different Park, is certified gold. Before all that, she started releasing music on Triple Pop. The dude who A&Red her, producer Monte Robinson, started the label from his spare bedroom in 2007 with only $300 to his name. They launched with one sole distribution contract with Apple, putting out a handful of releases and have since grown to sell over half-a-million digital downloads. You thought this netlabel stuff was the new new? Country caught on seven years ago. Catch up!