Nominated for two Grammy Awards for his work with Common and Jhene Aiko. this contact formDJs around the world for clubs, private events and exclusive corporate sets for brands like Google and AT&T. Collaborated with Gatorade (to see what impact sound has on athletes) and BMW Design Group. Co-founder, Era of the Engineer, 2011 The social enterprise and advisory startup builds relationships between musicians and businesses. The Era of the Engineer Tour creator, 2013 Visited 13 colleges, including MIT, Cornell and NYU, to explain the creativity and problem-solving skills needed for engineering. Partnered with Hewlett-Packard and The Recording Academy for “The Era of the Engineer,” which was the Grammy’s first educational tour. Job Profile As The Marketing Arm’s chief music strategist, Young Guru will work with the agency to find ways that brands can collaborate with artists through the production and advisory arm of Era of the Engineer. He will also work on original music for campaigns and content created by The Marketing Arm. “I will be bringing strategy and creativity to both current and future client work,” said Guru. How He Got the Gig “The Marketing Arm brought me on board for an ad campaign for [AT&T],” explained Guru.
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