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A SMOKIN' JOINT VENTURE

At the opening of the LVRN studios in Atlanta, Interscope chief John Janick joins his JV partners on the LVRN team for a photo op, after which there was a spirited competition to see who could be first to sign an imaginary act from Sweden. Seen wishing they could be on any playlist but ours are (l-r) Janick, Justice Baiden, Junia Abaidoo, Sean FamosoTunde Balogun and Carlon Ramong.

Among the other luminaries in attendance at the event (which was sponsored by DeLeón Tequila) were Interscope's Archie Davis, Nicole Bilzerian and Tim Glover, Mike Will Made-It and Chaka Khan. Had we been invited, we would've had way too much tequila.

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