A Look At All That Desiree Perez Does At Jay-Z’s Roc Nation

Desiree Perez is a highly influential executive in the music industry. Along with other executives at his company Roc Nation, Jay-Z recently honored her by hosting a dinner at Fresco by Scotto. This is an upscale New York City restaurant that is known for serving great food and impeccable service. 

She is Roc Nation’s chief operating officer. One of her duties is managing the tour campaigns for the artists that are signed by Roc Nation. She is in charge of deciding what venues concerts will be held in and negotiates contracts with venue owners. Desiree Perez also manages tours marketing campaigns in order to get people to buy tickets.

Desiree Perez also manages the release of new albums. She does the marketing for these as well. This includes knowing who to market to and generating hype. Many of the albums releases she has managed have resulted in albums debuting in the number one Billboard spot.

She also negotiates deals between Roc Nation and others. Many recording companies try to take advantage of artists and take the lion’s share of the money that is made. Desiree Perez is very savvy and is great at representing these artists during negotiations with recording companies. She says that she is really proud of how she helps artists get their fair share.

She doesn’t like being in the spotlight which is why most people haven’t heard of Desiree Perez. She enjoys working behind the scenes and letting the artists get all the attention.

Clay Hutson Does Things Different

Clay Hutson understands what it’s like to work with entertainers. He knows there are things he can do that might make a difference in the entertainment industry. Because he spent so much time figuring out the best way to handle a variety of situations, he knew he could make things easier for all his clients. It was important to Clay Hutson to make sure he understood what they wanted and put that into place before he started working with them.

As stage is like a blank canvas and Clay Hutson knows that’s what he can use to plan ahead with. The stage is a medium and he is the artist who needs to make sure it works with the performer. There are many problems that Clay Hutson has to solve when he’s coming up with ideas for stages and even when he’s managing the sounds that go into working on the shows. By doing this and focusing on how he can make the stage the best possible, Clay Hutson pushes to show people they can try things differently.

Since Clay Hutson knows so much about planning and what he can do, people see him as very valuable. He has worked with a lot of big stars and that’s something that gives him the competitive edge over other artists. There are things he can do that others are unable to do and Clay Hutson knows he is valuable to artists. When he works with people like Kid Rock, he knows he’s doing everything right to make the stage the best it can be.

Clay Hutson likes to stay ahead of the game. He works three steps ahead of where he would typically do things and that helps him make the best connections possible. When he’s showing artists what they need to do and how they can get more opportunities through the stage, he does it the right way. Thanks to Clay Hutson’s hard work, more artists have a chance to try things differently and get more out of the way they start putting on shows. For Clay Hutson, this is a necessary part of his job and why he pushes to make things easier.


Alex Pall of the Chainsmokers says they are working to entertain more in their performances.

In our world today, an hour of radio music does not elapse without airtime for some well-mixed music with musical high notes and euphoric captures that galvanize the listener to a higher feeling. Only electronic dance music (EDM) brings this feeling, and the Chainsmokers are the hottest duo in the scene at the moment. Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart make up this famous duo, and they have established their dominance with favorite hits such as Don’t Let Me Down and Roses. These are hits that have received massive airtime on radio, and The Chainsmokers are not the type to live in the glory and relax. The dance music sensation has now released, Closer, another track tipped to be a radio banger.

According to Alex Pall, they are in the process of cementing their brand and establishing their signature label in the dance music. Pall says that they are working relentlessly to change the face of electronic music, diverting from the traditional aspects of performance. Unlike their counterparts in the industry who just craft well-synched beats without any human vocals, the Chainsmokers are trying to find a way to introduce the human touch in their art.

Alex Pall says that the change was forthcoming, given their immense audience base that has grown to across an extensive age group. Previously they used to appeal most to college kids and young adults between age 20 and 30, but Pall says that the audience has grown to 12-year-olds. Alex Pall says that this has made it vital for them to integrate their music with vocals, and give their craft more human emotions. They have achieved this, in their latest single, by collaborating with talented and celebrated musician Halsey, who is the hottest talent in the industry today.

Pall who started Djing as a hobby in New York City, says that their relationship with the audience has strengthened dramatically following their decision to sing in their songs. Unlike before where they relied on the guest vocalist, Pall is happy that his partner Andrew Taggart is now singing in their performances and songs. The efforts of the duo to, give their audience more lively performances have received acclamation from all corners of the globe. Alex and Taggart had always worked with much dedication and passion, ever since their earlier days when they were producing music in Alex’s apartment.

More about Alex Pall

Pall who is in his mid-thirties was born and breed in Westchester, New York. He attended New York University in 2007. Alex Pall is also an actor, and he has featured in some TV series including Larry King Now and Ridiculousness. He began night djing as a hobby in Manhattan where he also worked at an art gallery. Besides being a music producer, he is a talented pianist and songwriter.