Shotta Bwoy is a sharp entrepreneur, businessman, and producer in the music industry. His expertise lays in the international service music production company that engages in concert and showcase tours, artist development, a number of areas in music production and publishing ( songwriters, music producing, music videos, tour collaborations, etc).
Manage the affairs of entertainers and artists handling business matters such as contracts, career development, shows, tours, transportation (JJS Comm.), and the overall advancement of our clients.
Reshawn “Cooley” Carrier’s focus is on the artist image and their brand. From the sound to looks to their character to the perception of how the public views you. He’s a driven executive with an ingenious understanding of youth, culture, and entertainment. Creative visionary and leader who develops systems and innovative campaigns to drive revenue & profit growth, by building entertainments brands for up & coming artist. An extensive network of A-List music industry talent, producers, songwriters, engineers, promoters, graphic designers and more.
Shakiji M. Abdul Born in Brooklyn NY as Edward H. Fitch, raised in Riverside, California, better known as Mr. Shakiji Malik Abdul aka Zulu King Shakiji as named in the Universal Zulu Nation, is an American music executive, A&R director,marketing director, music producer, radio show host, radio showexecutive producer, radio promoter and former Club/Radio DJ. GraduatedCum Laude from the University of Seattle Major in Business Management and Minor in Urban Marketing.
Shakiji is also the Founder/CEO Kulturezine Media Interactive LLC,(distributed by BMIG Entertainment/SonyRED), Kulturezine Radio Network LLC, Soul Bridge Entertainment LLC, Co founder/CEO Hall of Legends Museum (California nonprofit 501c3) and currently, the Sr.Executive Director of A&R TMG/Universal Music Group.
Over the course of his 30-year career, he has worked with artists including Scarface, Geto Boys, N.W.A., Ice Cube, Lench Mob, Ruthless Records, Parris, Rodney O, Joe Cooley and Insane Posse. Record labels such as DreamWorks Records, New Line Cinema, TVT Records, Gatorade Beverages, Priority, Atlantic, Sony PlayStation,Universal Music Group, Fubu Clothing Co, No Limit Records, Def Jam Recordings, Tommy Boy, Island–Def Jam,Interscope, Loud, Epic, Sony Music, Warner Brothers, RCA, and Jive just to name a few.
In 1982, Shakiji began his music career as a street DJ, with his first appearance as a KDAY Mixmaster DJ at the famed KDAY AM 1580 Los Angeles radio station that airs a classic hip-hop format, currently known as KDAY 93.5FM. The KDAY Mixmaster DJ crew became the foundation of the West Coast the Hip Hop culture. Was also a music producer, artist and member of West Coast legendary groups such as Low Profile and N.W.A. Being mentored by top label executives, such as: Lonnie Simmons (Total Experience Records), Clarence Avant (BuddaRecords) and Quincy Jones (Quest Records) enabled him to grasp the landscape of the music industry in various major label positions: National Club Director/National Director Street Promotions Priority Records (Los Angeles), National Director Marketing/Promotions React Entertainment (New York/Los Angeles/London), MarketingDirector/Artist Development/A&R Epicurean Records (Los Angeles), Senior Director/Artist Development/A&R DefJam Recordings (Los Angeles), and Artist Development/A&R Sony Music Entertainment (Los Angeles).