CMG’s CEO Grip and Birmingham’s own Fred Pooh are pleased to announce a new partnership specializing in artist and sports management.
As the southern region continues to be at the forefront of music and entertainment, these two businessmen plan to make Alabama one of the premiere locations to develop talent. CEO Grip, a longtime confidant and respected partner of Yo Gotti in CMG Records, has many years of knowledge in the music industry along with undeniable success in artist development. Fred Pooh, an Alabama Native, is an entrepreneur, an author, and has been a manager in the entertainment and sports industry for over a decade. The idea to partner up came naturally for these two through their love of music and their want to help artists develop within the industry.
CEO Grip and Fred Pooh have already signed their first major artist to the company, Luh Soldier of Birmingham, AL. Solider is currently working on his debut album executive produced by Hip Hop legend Zaytoven and will feature tracks from Big 30, Blac Youngsta and others.
Stay tuned and follow @Supamanagementgroup on IG for more updates on the company as well as artist/athlete signings.
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