Gain insights from top execs in music, media, and entertainment. Trapital founder Dan Runcie interviews hip-hop heavy hitters to explore the trends that shape the rest of the business world. Learn more at https://trapital.co
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Dan’s interviews are full of knowledge!
I love hip hop and grew up on it and love business too, love seeing the intersection and a great compliment to the newsletter all around great content
Great podcast with the people that run point in the entertainment and music industry. Also his articles and infographics are amazing!
Nah Dan you the man fr. The amount of education this podcasts provides on a weekly basis. I’m 1000x over grateful. As long as you keep making episodes I’m going to continue listening.
I’ve been following Dan from medium to periodical, to journal, to social platform as I have been honored to delve into his contextual insight of the Hip-Hop Music Business, as it is an industry and economy all onto itself. more
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Trapital launched 3 years ago and published 131 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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