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DARKROOM DEVELOPMENT

Team Darkroom/Interscope is pictured here welcoming its latest signing, 20-year-old singer/songwriter/producer/multi-instrumentalist Oliver Malcolm. Interscope's Joie Manda, having studied "human facial expressions" flashcards all morning, debuted his new smile. The Swedish-born, U.K.-raised Malcolm has worked with Cee Lo Green, Jay Rock, Tinashe, Ari Lennox and IDK, among others, and his solo project will be crafted and worked in conjunction with the very team that broke Billie Eilish. Seen wondering if the crowd at the World Series game was really booing or just chanting "no quid pro quo" are (l-r) label boss John Janick, Darkroom head Justin Lubliner, Malcolm, Justin Lehmann, Charlie Christie, Manda and Ryan Stanton.

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