Desiree Perez is one of the top executives of Roc Nation, an American entertainment company that was established in 2008 by Jay-Z. Roc Nation have offices in different parts of the United States, and has been partnering with a number of musicians for years now, including Rihanna, Demi Lovato and Lil Wayne. They also have a partnership with other management companies and music studios, and have focused on being a full service entertainment company that is currently housing a record label, a talent agency, a touring company, a concert production company, a music company, a television production company, a film studio and a music publishing house.
Recently, Jay-Z’s $150 million deal with Live Nation was reported to be nearing its expiration date. The deal was signed in 2008, and the rapper stated that he is thinking about not signing any more deals with Live Nation. More to read on saltylens.com. He is thinking of buying it or selling it some stakes from Roc Nation, but Live Nation stated that they just want to get out of the music scene, and they are no longer interested in purchasing recorded music. However, other sources stated that Live Nation would like to extend their deal with Jay-Z, stating that they wanted to be a part of his concert tours for many years to come. Check igstars.com for related article.
It has been also reported that Jay-Z and Desiree Perez, one of the company’s executives, met with Universal Music Group’s chairman, further sparking speculations that Universal Music Group is interested in buying stakes from Roc Nation. Additional article on prettymanprettyman.com. Roc Nation continues to become one of the leading entertainment company in the United States, and with the growing roster of musicians and artists under their name, Roc Nation is forecasted to dominate the industry for years. They have stated that they are trying to venture on different areas in the entertainment world, cementing their reputation as one of the best.
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