Milana Lewis on Stem’s Artist-First Strategy, How it Evolves in the Streaming Era, How it Makes Tough Decisions

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Stem CEO and co-founder Milana Lewis came on the Trapital Podcast to talk about Stem’s role as a music distributor, how it worked with Frank Ocean and Childish Gambino, business decisions that impacted the artist community, diversity in the music industry, and why some record labels deals actually make sense. Don’t miss it!

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Dan Runcie, @RuncieDan, trapital.co
Milana Lewis, @milana, stem.is

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