Sam Selolwane Promoted To SVP Urban Promotion At RCA
RCA Records has promoted Sam Selolwane to the post of Senior Vice President Urban Promotion. Now one of the all too rare women of color in a senior executive role at a major label, Selolwane will be based in the RCA's New York offices and report to report to Geo Bivins, RCA's Executive Vice President.
Selolwane started her career as a radio programmer and on air personality, later transitioning to promotion executive 12 years ago with Jive/RCA Records/Sony. After 5 years at the label she was named National Urban Promotion “Executive of the Year” by industry organization Street Information Network and played a significant role in launching the radio careers of Chris Brown and T-Pain, both of which garnered #1 and Top 10 singles on their debut efforts.
As Vice President of Urban Promotion, RCA Records, Selolwane developed national radio campaigns for the label's roster, developing RCA into the #1 UAC Label and #3 Urban Mainstream label in 2014, the company said.
Selolwane is a graduate of Morgan State University and holds a B.A. in Mass Media Communications, with a concentration in Radio & Television Production.
via Celebrity Access