RCA Records has a new head of publicity. Jamie Abzug, who first joined the company in 2004 as an assistant in the publicity department, and recently served as vice president of publicity, has been promoted to senior vice president at Sony Music Company.
Micah L. Buzz and Sarah Weinstein-Dennison leave RCA. L-Buzz, who left at the end of the month for “New Opportunity,” served as the campaign’s EVP for 17 years, and Sarah Weinstein-Dennison also joined in 2004. In New York City.
Abzug moved to Los Angeles in 2012.
Habitat labels for Doza Cat, Khalid, Justin Timberlake, Pink, Fu Fighters, Dave Matthews Band, The Strokes and many more A-list artists, merged with the former Zee Label group in 2011 to exploit works like Alicia Keys and Jeev, Arist. The Britney Spears RCA was folded as an impression.
Abzug runs campaigns on television, print and web for many more artists such as Khalid, Doza Kat, Christina Aguilera, Kesha, Becky G, Kigo, Bleachers, Wolf Ellis and Walk the Moon. He also oversees big events like the red carpet and the Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Gala.
His promotion follows the departure of Tunji Balogun, RCA’s executive vice president of A&R, who has headed Def Jam Records as chairman and CEO since January 1, 2022. He is called the Chief Operating Officer. Peter Edge Chairman and CEO.
Founded in 1900, RCA is one of the oldest record companies in the United States and has released music by legacy artists such as Elvis Presley, David Bowie, Nina Simon, Harry Bellafonte and Sam Cook.