Sylvia Rhone Featured In The Hollywood Reporter
There's no denying that music executive Sylvia Rhone is by far one of the best in the music industry. A veteran in the game, she's kicked off dozens of artists’ careers including Missy Elliott, En Vogue, Kid Cudi, to name a few. The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Rhone to discuss her new venture with Epic Records, Vested in Culture, a full-service record company and branding machine that aims its tentacles at music, television, fashion, art and beyond. Check out an excerpt from the interview below:
The Hollywood Reporter: How did you come up with the name Vested in Culture?
Sylvia Rhone: It’s a name we take pretty literally. Many times, the influence of music on culture is undervalued, so I wanted to reflect in the name of our company that we were passionate about culture in all of its aspects, including style, film, art, TV. Everything is so connected now. Our mission is to be a bridge for our artists and to help them grow as cultural brands.
Read more of Sylvia's Q&A with The Hollywood Reporter here.