Steve Stoute on UnitedMasters, a New Deal with Apple Music, Ownership in Hip-Hop, and Why Brands Value Indie Artists

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UnitedMasters and Translation CEO Steve Stoute came through the Trapital Podcast to talk with Dan Runcie about ownership in hip-hop, why the music distribution company partnered with the NBA, Apple Music, and NBA 2K. We also talked about brands that use phrases like “Hot Girl Summer,” why his work at UnitedMasters is gratifying, and why he’s still in the second inning of building this company.

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Host: Dan Runcie, @RuncieDan, trapital.co
Guest: Steve Stoute, @stevestoute, @unitedmasters, unitedmasters.com


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