Hip-Hop Royalty: Aaron Reid and Ashley Reid are locked in for A3C 2016

Cora Taft
Posted by Cora Taft on Aug 16
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The Reid family lineage is strong when it comes to innovating in different parts of the Hip-Hop culture. From finding the artist to curating images for magazines to being an activist, Ashley and Aaron Reid have been making themselves known in the industry.  
 
Aaron Reid made his first official appearance on “My Super Sweet Sixteen” as LA Reid’s son but years later he is now an A&R at Epic Records. Aaron is a guitarist and songwriter who is always working on new material. He is currently the Executive Produce on Timbaland’s next release Textbook Timbo. He is also producing for Rick Ross’s next release. Aaron can be found searching for new talent and entertainments acts in different venues. Aaron is currently in the search for interns for Reid Music Group.
 
Aaron speaking at  What is the Relationship Between Labels and Imprints? event on Thursday October 6th @ 3:30 PM in Room Two (Loudermilk Center).
 
A breakdown of how the label side of the music business works today. What is the relationship between the umbrella labels and their imprints? Why (and how) do indie labels become imprints of a major labels. What are the pros and cons? What are you getting, and what are you giving away? Find out more about this event here.
 
Ashley Reid is an organizer for Meeting Of Minds which is an combination of initiatives working together for a revolution. It focuses on outreach, education, legislation, and ideations. She is a Fine Art Photographer and Activist. As a photographer, she’s done editorial shoots for Billboard, RESPECT!, Uptown and more. She’s done cover art for Def Jam, Universal Motown and Twelve Music group. Her fine art has also been seen in Italy. Ashley is also an A&R / Consultant for Blazetrak which is for artist, songwriters, producers and more.
 
Ashley can be found at the The People Assembly: The Movement is More than a # event on Friday October 7th @ 12:30 PM in Room Two (Loudermilk Center).
 
The "Civil Rights: Beyond a #" panel will moderate subjects of social media pros and cons for revolution, black culture on SM platforms, as well as strategies for "next steps" in alternate ways to further the cause in regards to community, legislation, art and action. Find out more about this event  here.
 
If you’ll be attending this year’s festival, make sure you attend their events.
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