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INTERSCOPE'S WEEK OF MASTERCLASSES

In honor of Black Music Month, Interscope collaborated with Culture Fusion Agency to host a five-day series of panels for college students interested in a career in the entertainment business.

Over 1800 students from Morehouse, Howard UniversityNYU, North Carolina A&T and more attended last week's panels, which featured IGA execs from marketing, business affairs, A&R, digital, publicity and promotions departments, along with Meko Yohannes (10 Summers), Ib Hamad (Dreamville), Derick Okolie (Dreamville), Tunde Balogun (LVRN), Sean Famoso (LVRN), Malia Murray (LVRN) and Rvssian (Rich Immigrants) who led an Interscope joint-venture labels panel.  

Each one-hour session included a comprehensive breakdown of the divisions, offering an unparalleled look into the culture and work that happens behind the scenes. The panels also provided invaluable advice and an educational opportunity to help propel future industry leaders.

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