Louis Tomlinson Registers Record Label Twice? Name May Change Again

The big news about Louis Tomlinson is that he registered his record label, but the announcement should be nothing new to die-hard Louis fans. Regardless, figuring out the name that Louis Tomlinson uses for his record label could be a work in progress.

As previously reported by the Inquisitr, there have been two other major instances in the Louis Tomlinson record label timeline and this idea of his has been in the works for a while.

The Mirror reported on March 27 (right after Zayn Malik left One Direction) that Louis Tomlinson had set up his own record label on January 7. The headline suggested that Louis Tomlinson would "be the next to leave One Direction" because he was indeed setting up his own record label.

Louis Tomlinson and his mother Johannah at the Believe In Magic Cinderella Ball - Red Carpet Arrivals
Louis Tomlinson's mother, Johannah Poulston, will be in charge of most of his new record label. (Photo by Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images)

However, as the story progressed, it became clear that there were other supporting details that showed Louis Tomlinson was incorporating the people who made him famous -- and not leaving behind One Direction. Namely, the new record label was based on his current record label, Syco. In addition, his own mother would be largely in charge of the record label.

So far, Billboard and The Sun published statements saying that Louis Tomlinson decided to put his mom, Johannah Poulston, in charge. Louis Tomlinson also initially decided to call his new business 78 Productions.

Although it seemed like fans were interested in the idea of Louis Tomlinson having his own record label, there were no further details about it after it allegedly launched on April 15.

Despite this, on October 12, the Mirror published another article with all of the same information as previous reports about Louis Tomlinson's record label -- with one difference.

Apparently, instead of calling the label 78 Productions, Louis Tomlinson has decided the name will be Triple Strings Ltd.

Is that all that is new with Louis Tomlinson's record label? A name change? And what happened to 78 Productions?

As it appears, there is already a company called 78 Productions. They have their own website and it looks like they list live music events. When the home tab is clicked on, the website redirects to Rock Home Entertainment in Idaho.

Did Louis Tomlinson have to change the name of his company because someone else pirated the dot com? Although no information relating to the name change appears online, there is a registration of Louis Tomlinson's new record label for 9 Derry Street in Kensington, London.

UnReality TV fills in a few gaps on October 12 about Louis Tomlinson's record label and reports that "the company's HQ will be Sony's London offices."

Also, if you are a fan that does not like the name Triple Strings LTD, it is reported by The Sun that the name of the project could change in the future.

Louis Tomlinson at the 28th Annual ARIA Awards 2014 - Arrivals
Louis Tomlinson always has his fans to help him with naming his future record label or offspring. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

So far, there are no record label name suggestions on Twitter for Louis Tomlinson but it is likely that fans would produce millions if he only said the word.

Of course, when Liam Payne asked fans to name a baby boy while he was on stage in Vancouver, Canada around July 18, all eyes went toward father-to-be, Louis Tomlinson. According to the Ireland Independent, no one has revealed the sex of Louis Tomlinson's baby, but fans already have a long list of suggestions on Twitter.

Fan-generated baby names for Louis Tomlinson have included Esme, Caleb, Jax, or Taylor. Naturally, true One Direction fans are suggesting that Louis Tomlinson call the little one Harry or Liam but almost never suggest Zayn or Niall.

According to a Hollywood Life report from July 17, Louis Tomlinson suggested that if the child was a boy, he'd like the baby to be named Leo or Lucas.

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