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G-EAZY STREET

Sony Music overlord Rob Stringer helps everyone overcome their "class photo day" anxiety during this G-Eazy plaque-a-palooza by telling hilarious tales of downing bloody great pints with Manic Street Preachers at the Bull & Gate in 1990. Later, there was much discreet Googling

OK, take a deep breath and here we go.

Seen just before getting elephant's trunk are Maverick’s Cortez Bryant, RCA’s Dan Zucker and Theola Borden, Sony Music’s Darren Stupak, The Revels Group’s Matt Bauerschmidt, Sony’s Monica Cornia, RCA’s Tarek Al-Hamdouni, Sony’s Lilly Donnellon, Stringer, Sony’s Jordan Blaugrund, RCA’s Joe Daddio, boss Peter Edge, Co-Prez John Fleckenstein, President of A&R Keith Naftaly, the label’s Geo Bivins, G-Eazy, The Revels Group’s Jamil Davis, RCA’s Sam Selolwane and Co-Prexy Joe Riccitelli, Blueprint Group’s Al Branch and Jean Nelson, RCA’s Lori Giamela, Russ Jones, Max Gayle, Jessie Maldonado and Sandro Lipari, Maverick’s Bryan Calhoun, RCA’s Inca Valentini, Shani Fuller-Tillman, Shareen Taylor and Meg Kehoe.

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