Back in 2008, Jay Z signed a $150 million contract with Live Nation. The contract included both his live concerts as well as his recorded-music business at his company, Roc Nation. As this contract comes to a close he is in discussions with other leaders in the music industry about their taking a stake in Roc Nation’s recorded-music business as Live Nation has decided that they will now only focus on live music. The site pagesix.com offers more related article.
Jay Z has brought a wealth of talent into the Roc Nation fold. Among the artist that are part of Roc Nation there are names such as Rihanna, Meek Mill, Jay, Shakira, and Fat Joe. Live Nation is highly interested in continuing to work with Roc Nation on these artists tours into the far future.
Jay Z, along with Desiree Perez who serves as his top Roc Nation executive, recently met with Sir Lucian Grainge. Grainge is the chief executive officer and chairman of Universal Music Group. This has fueled speculation that Universal Music Group is very interested in Roc Nation’s recorded-music business. More to read on runninglip.com.
Desiree Perez has a long-standing business relationship with Jay Z. They have known each other for more than 20 years and have worked together on a variety of projects in the music industry. She is the chief executive officer of Roc Nation and is based in New York City. To check updates and blogs from Desiree, visit her on facebook.com.
The two things that Desiree Perez is well known for in the music industry is for being a tough negotiator and someone who is fantastic at crunching numbers. She is involved in every aspect of running Roc Nation including labeling, publishing, and management. Among her many other activities, she was the producer for Beyonce and Jay Z’s “On the Run” tour in 2014. She has also played a featured role herself as she played her own part in the 2013 movie, “Change: The LifeParticle Effect”. Check this on templeofthecave.com.
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