L.A.-based independent record label 10K Projects has appointed industry veteran Brittney King Brock to the newly-created position of President of Operations and General Manager.
In her new role, Brock will oversee all label operations, including leading and growing the company’s staff, implementing best practices for driving operational efficiencies and managing relationships with artists’ teams and distribution partners.
“Brittney is exactly the kind of executive that we need to support the rapid growth we’re experiencing at 10K,” said the company’s founder and CEO, Elliot Grainge. “She’s worked with some of the most successful operators in the world and I’m looking forward to her bringing her unique skillset to 10K as we forge our path in this business.”
One of the fastest-growing independent labels in the world, 10K’s artists – including 6ix9ine, Trippie Redd, Lil Gnar and Austin Brown – have driven more than 5 billion streams, racking up 12 Gold and 7 Platinum or Multi-Platinum singles in the United States.
“Brittney is exactly the kind of executive that we need to support the rapid growth we’re experiencing at 10K.”
Brittney Brock is the owner of King Creative Group, a full service creative and management agency that provides services such as independent A&R administration, talent management, brand strategy, and creative consulting.
Prior to forming her own company, Brock had successful tenures as a Producer for the Oprah Winfrey Network, Director of A&R for Sean Combs at Bad Boy Entertainment, and Talent Manager for Combs’ Revolt TV, where she oversaw and managed the network’s on-air talent pool.
“Elliot and his team at 10K have built an impressively diverse roster of successful artists in just a couple of years.”
Brittney Brock (pictured)
She began her career in Atlanta as a talent manager at Content Creative Services where she managed the day-to-day careers of A-list artists including Usher, Justin Bieber, Bryan Michael Cox and Mary J. Blige.
“Elliot and his team at 10K have built an impressively diverse roster of successful artists in just a couple of years,” said Mrs. Brock. “I’m looking forward to getting to work and contributing to the continued success of the label.”Music Business Worldwide