Jonnyshipes on Cinematic Music Group, Indie Hip-Hop, and Building the Supreme for Music

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Cinematic Music Group founder and CEO Jonnyshipes came on the pod to talk about how he’s built Cinematic into an influential entertainment company that other labels are trying to follow. Shipes worked with Smoke DZA, Nipsey Hussle, Joey Badass, and more. In this episode, Shipes breaks down how he partners with major labels, helps artists build their careers, and more. Shipes also loves comedy. He recently signed comedian Druski, who blew up after Drake’s “Laugh Now, Cry Later” video. Druski and Shipes have a few things in the works which he goes more in depth with.

If you want to hear about how an indie hip-hop company is run, this is the episode for you.

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Host: Dan Runcie, @RuncieDan, trapital.co

Guest: Jonnyshipes, @jonnyshipes, cinematicworldwide.com 

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