In 2014 the label was started by Da Dough after he dropped his debut project Devils Prey EP. After starting the label he signed his friend Trouble J and his group (at the time) Midwestern Connection. After about a month his friend Crazy 8 (then known as Da Destiny) started rapping so they started a duo called Da Unit which was apart of the label. Crazy 8 joined the label after Da Unit was started. In January 2015 Midwestern Connections broke up and the members went their separate ways. Also in January 2015 Da Dough met Lil Wal and his group (at the time) Venom Spitters which he signed the group to the label and also signed Lil Wal and Blackout as solo artists.In February 2015 Lil Wal convinced Da Dough to sign his friend Mr Frosty. Within a few weeks Mr Frosty and Lil Wal had a falling out which led to Mr Frosty dissing both Wal and Dough and Dough dropping Frosty from the label. Venom Spitters eventually dissolved and Lil Wal left the label. Later Crazy 8 introduced Da Dough to a singer named 8 Ball who signed to the label but eventually was dropped. In May 2015 Da Dough signed rapper CJ from Pontiac, Michigan who had known. In July 2015 he signed his cousin J-Tag and Lil Wal convinced him to sign Young Money Rebel (both were dropped from the label within a month). In August 2015 Da Dough signed Canadian rapper Nodgy High and West Coast rapper King Henry The First who were good friends of his already. In February 2016 Da Dough signed his good friend Flash. In March 2016 he signed his good friends Just Jury and Skylar Nova. He also signed Cozy Lank and Lil Wal rejoined the label. In April 2016 Cozy Lank and Lil Wal left to start their own label and King Henry followed. In October 2016, Blind Prince signed to the label however he departed in February 2017 due to unknown reasons. Since the start of the label there have been rumors of Devils Prey planning to sign Da Dough's ex girlfriend Trinity Johnson however nothing was ever confirmed. In May 2017, Da Dough rebranded the label as Clark Music and signed new artists.