88rising

88rising (stylized as 88⬆ or 88↑), formerly known as CXSHXNLY, is an American mass media company that founder Sean Miyashiro describes as a "hybrid management, record label, video production, and marketing company".

The company has gained popularity as a musical platform and label primarily for Asian American and Asian artists who release music in the United States, such as NIKI, Keith Ape, Rich Brian and Joji. The New Yorker writes about 88rising, "With artists like Rich Brian and Higher Brothers, Sean Miyashiro's company is an authority on how to create pop-culture crossovers. "Asian rap collective 88rising has quickly become one of the most popular, and groundbreaking, crews in music.", says Rolling Stone. A Paper article stated that "88rising provides not only the cultural support, but also the strategic and technical know-how to help emerging Asian artists cross over in an efficient but meaningful way." In 2019, 88rising was awarded Label of the Year by Netease, one of the largest music streaming platforms in China.

Headquartered in New York City, the company also has offices in Los Angeles and Shanghai. Outside of its core group, the company has collaborated with many artists, most notably Ghostface Killah, 21 Savage, XXXTentacion, Swae Lee, Major Lazer, Playboi Cartie, Trippie Redd, Ski Mask the Slump God, Yaeji, and Chung-ha.