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Binta Brown on the State of the Music Industry, omalilly projects, and Black Music Action Coalition

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Music executive Binta Brown talked about why she left a successful career as an attorney to enter the music industry. We talk about the opportunities she saw and how the industry differs from other forms of media. We also talked about her work leading the Black Music Action Coalition, an advocacy organization formed to address systemic racism in the music industry.

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Host: Dan Runcie, @RuncieDan, trapital.co

Guest: Binta Brown, @batnib

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Dan Runcie

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