Entertainment industry vets Jeffrey Sledge, Naima Cochrane and Shawn Young are more than qualified to offer their two cents on happenings in these pop culture streets. Sledge, a former A&R Jive Records with an extensive 23-year music business career, is joined by Young, current Admin GM for Monami Entertainment (Love & Hip-Hop) alongside wife Mona Scott-Young, and Cochrane, a former member of the Marketing team at Columbia Records. Each week, the trio takes on the biggest stories and trending topics on their “The Pop Life Podcast.”
In their latest installment, Sledge, Cochrane and Young sound off about the controversial SAE racist chant, Angie Stone’s alleged abuse of her 30-year-old daughter and what the recent verdict on the “Blurred Lines” lawsuit means for the music industry. They also discuss Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly album artwork, as well as Shonda Rhimes’ ballsy and necessary Ferguson episode of Scandal.
Press play below and listen to the this week’s edition of The Pop Life Podcast: