Danielle S. Price (JD '12) Featured in Billboard Magazine's 2021 R-and-B/Hip-Hop Power Players
Pepperdine Caruso Law alumna Danielle S. Price (JD '12) is featured in Billboard Magazine's "2021 R&B/Hip-Hop Power Players -- In A Year of Activism." Danielle is the Senior Vice President of Business and Legal Affairs at 10K Projects, an independent record label based in Los Angeles.
Via Billboard Magazine:
In June 2020, the independent label 10K Projects pledged $500,000 to support social justice causes through a new charitable division, 10K Together. The initiative includes paid internships for Black youth, support for local Black-owned businesses and a creative fund to pay for "dream projects" for creatives of color, says Price, 40. The company awarded $10,000 to each of three winners last summer. Meanwhile, 10K Projects landed three songs in the Hot 100 top 20 since June 2020 with signees Internet Money ("Lemonade"), Surfaces ("Sunday Best") and Trippie Redd ("Miss the Rage").
Most Important Issue Facing R&B/Hip-Hop: "Recent court rulings that hip-hop lyrics can be admitted as evidence of a defendant's guilt. The rulings are dangerous, could have a silencing effect on the tradition of Black storytelling through hip-hop and also very clearly and disproportionately impact Black creatives." —Price
The complete article may be found at Billboard Magazine