Paul Rosenberg Steps Down As Def Jam Recordings' CEO/President

HipHop News Posted on February 22, 2020 at 1:00am

Paul Rosenberg Steps Down As Def Jam Recordings' CEO/President

"I will remain eternally grateful."

New York, NY – After about 25 months in office, Paul Rosenberg, has decided to step down as Def Jam Recordings' CEO/President. According to a press release, Rosenberg has decided to launch a new joint venture with Universal Music Group (UMG) called Goliath Records.

However, he will continue to serve as a consultant for Def Jam his legacy of artists, while also remaining the director of Goliath Artists, Inc., the management of the company that manages Eminem, among others. He will also maintain his role as President of Shady Records, Eminem's joint venture with UMG of Interscope Geffen A&M..centered-ad {

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