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February 11, 2004

Time: 5:30

How R&B/Hip Hop Has Changed the Face of Popular Music

Over the last decade R&B/Hip-Hop has increasingly defined popular music and culture. Now claiming nine of the top ten spots on Billboard?s Hot 100 and ruling many top award shows, the once ignored genre has proven its well beyond a fad. In doing so, it has also drastically altered many aspects of the music business. The AIMP invites you to join us for a panel discussion that will look at how these changes have impacted the industry as we hear from some of the most active creative minds and executives in the business.

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Panelists

DJ Clark Kent
Producer (Jay-Z, Lil? Kim, Mariah Carey)

Jesse Stone
Director, Marketing for Interscope Records and Vice President, A&R for Babygrande Records

Rashaun Hall
Rap Editor, Billboard Magazine

Reginald J. Osse, Esq
Wade, Osse, Walden, LLP

Justin Kalifowitz
Moderator, Director, A&R for Spirit Music Group

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On Lincoln Plaza (Broadway at 63rd Street)
New York, NY 10023

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