Kobalt promotes Sam Taylor to Executive Vice President, Creative
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Kobalt today announced that Sam Taylor has been promoted to the position of Executive Vice President, Creative. He joined the company as Senior Vice President, Creative in 2016.
Over the past year, Taylor has been integral in the key signings and development of songs – that have gone onto generate billions of streams - from Gunna, Roddy Ricch, Jay Rock, Raphael Saadiq, Teddy Walton (Chris Brown featuring Drake - “No Guidance", Kendrick Lamar - “Love” and “King’s Dead,” ), J White (Cardi B – “Bodak Yellow” and “I like it”), Ben Billions, BlaqnMild (Drake - “In my Feelings” and “Nice for What”), Yung Exclusive (Drake – “God’s Plan”, Travis Scott – “Goosebumps”), Jahaan Sweet (A Boogie -“Look Back At It”), Al Shux (Kendrick Lamar & SZA – “All the Stars,” which was nominated for four Grammys, an Academy Award and a Golden Globe), and more.
Chief Creative Officer Sas Metcalfe added, "Sam is a true music lover. He continues to facilitate success through his trusted relationships with artist and songwriters, and his passion for their growth is reflected in his achievements. I am proud to have him on our global creative team and looking forward to his continued success."
Taylor commented on the promotion, “Music is my true, constant passion in life and it has been that way since I was a child. I’ve dedicated my career to facilitating the inspirations of songwriters in any way I can and Kobalt is a company that hands me the tools to do that. Being part of an extraordinary team here has been a beautiful thing, giving me the opportunity to witness great examples of leadership from Willard, Laurent, Sas, and Sue. I’m honored to continue alongside them, guiding our existing songwriters towards exciting opportunities while also attracting new and diverse talent to Kobalt, as they all create music that touches people across cultures and genres.”
Source Kobalt Music Group
July 10, 2019 12:55pm ET by Pressparty