GT's Records was founded in September 1983 with production of Pato Banton's 'Never Give In' Album. The album was immediately licensed to 'Primitive Man Records' in the USA, and then taken over by Mile Copland and Jay Boberg's, IRS Records, a subsidiary of MCA Records USA. GT's follow up production came with the release of Peter Spence, 'Don't leave Me Lonely' and Hit Album 'I'll Be There', Tippa Irie's @Ah Me Dis' and 'Saphpia and Steel' by Tippa Irie and Peter Spence, which also were subsequently licensed to IRS Records USA and Island Records UK.
Grantley Haynes founder of GT's Records instructed Yogurt Top Marketing to rebrand the label in June 2014, in addition Yogurt Top created a new bespoke website with full Content Management System (CMS) and social media handles to represent the new brand of talented artists in the UK that sits under the GT's Records umbrella. Grantley Haynes stated "Following the successful rebrand GT's Records we will again operate as a company that produces artists, bands and personalities that play good quality popular music of all genres."