Culture Collective Officially Launches



(Los Angeles, CA) Already, Culture Collective, has been greeted with an abundance of enthusiasm.  It is said that, its roots are deep.  Additionally; it is also said that, the reasons for the launch, of this business are bigger than music.  From the enthusiasm, there is an understanding of its intentions.  The aforementioned artist management company attempts to be a dynamically diverse ecosystem, where inclusiveness is at the forefront; for the modern entertainer.  Recently and to make things official, Jonathan Azu announced that, he has launched a new artist management company.  This new artist management company is named, Culture Collective.  For Culture Collective, Jonathan Azu has re-branded the modern artist, in order to call him or her, a creative.  The goal is the representation of a creative, who is re-defining his or her culture.  
             The creative who is successfully re-defining his or her culture, receives from Jonathan Azu’s Culture Collective, a wealth of knowledge from a network of managers and shared service executives.  These managers and executives, are also exemplifying a diverse set of leadership attributes that, are rarely seen in the entertainment industry.  In other words, and for the aspiring creatives, Culture Collective is the next stop for the next generation.

            Initially, Culture Collective, has launched with the following creatives under its roster.  Anita Baker, Emily King, Cory Henry, Luke James and Michelle Williams are the creatives on Culture Collective’s roster of talent.  Additionally, the aforementioned creatives are ready to help pursue business ideas, or, partnerships.  The urban genre, is the first path, which Culture Collective will attempt business ideas through.  Specifically, creatives will be involved in Hip-Hop and R&B.  Culture Collective estimates that, 25% of music consumption, and, 29% of internet live streams are; Hip-Hop and R&B. 

            Jonathan Azu enters this exciting and enthusiastically greeted business venture, Culture Collective, with a wealth of experience.  Most recently, he worked at Red Light Management.  There, he held the job title position of Executive Vice President and General Manager.  Prior to working at Red Light Management, he worked at Superfly Presents.  At Superfly Presents, he held the job title position of Executive Vice President of Operations and Business Development.  During this time, he was a Co-Founder of Outside Lands and Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival.  Prior to working at Superfly Presents, Jonathan Azu worked at CBS Radio.  At CBS Radio, he held the job title position of Vice President of Music Partnerships.  To the side of Culture Collective, he is also a venture capitalist.  As a venture capitalist, Jonathan Azu is a limited partner in several well known and established, investment funds.  Investments, through these investment funds include; Artist Growth and Tunespeak. 

            To end, Jonathan Azu did release a press statement.  Through a press statement, Mr. Azu said the following.  “I created Culture Collective for reasons bigger than music.  After years of driving success for some of the industry’s most iconic artists, brands and companies, I am excited to leverage my knowledge and relationships to represent creatives who are redefining their culture while also exemplifying and promoting diverse leadership in entertainment.”  As previously stated, officially Jonathan Azu recently announced that, he has launched a new artist management company.  This new artist management company is named, Culture Collective.  For Culture Collective, Jonathan Azu has re-branded the modern artist, in order to call him or her, a creative.  The goal is the representation of a creative, who is re-defining his or her culture.  Lastly; in order to accomplish the goal, Culture Collective leverages a wealth of knowledge from a network of managers, and, shared service executives. 



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03/30/2019



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