James Supreme on Being the A&R Behind Lil’ Nas X “Panini”, G-Eazy’s Management Team, and why Mental Health Matters in the Industry

James Supreme, A&R at Universal Music Publishing Group, came on the pod to talk about his role in Lil’ Nas X’s second hit song “Panini”, the differences managing black rappers and white rappers, working with Beyonce’s Parkwood Entertainment team on The Lion King: The Gift, and why mental health matters in the music industry.

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Host: Dan Runcie, @RuncieDan, trapital.co

Guest: James Supreme, @jamessupreme

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