Founding Member of Stetsasonic
Daddy-O has done multi-platinum music production for Stetsasonic, Queen Latifah, MC Lyte, Junior Mafia featuring Notorious B.IG., Levert, The B 52’s, Lil’Kim, Red Hott Chilli Peppers, Mary J. Blige, Sonic Youth, Sublime, Barry White, They Might Be Giants, Jeffrey Osborne, Camron, Pizzicato 5, and Third World. He has been a music executive for Universal Records, MTV, and Comedy Central. He’s appeared and lectured on Hip-Hop history on David Lettermen, ABC 2020, TV one, and Russell Simmons Hip-Hop Summit. Daddy-O has been a public speaker at The United Nations, Digital Hollywood, and the Remix Hotel.
In the entertainment industry, Daddy-O has scored and produced on the movies CB4, Lean on Me, Tales From The Hood, Dangerous Minds, Hip-Hop Immortals, and Ball don’t Lie. He is responsible for the record deals and signings of Junior Mafia, De La Soul, Lil’ Kim, and Foxy Brown.
I heard today that Sony is making it's employees sign a "voluntary" severance agreement promising (if I can call it that), 1, count that 1, weeks pay per year worked. SHHH! Mergers & acquisitions folks.
Well, by my estimate we'll have a new music business by 2005. I'm keeping a look out for Music Choice, FuseTV, & G4Tech (formerly TechTV). Starbucks, McDonald's & Burger King want they're share of the action as well.