International management and entertainment company Three Six Zero announced the addition of Caron Veazey and her management and consulting agency Something In Common, which focuses on music, film, art and culture spaces.
Veazey, who managed Pharrell Williams for nearly a decade, joins Three Six Zero as a partner and brings talent with her such as METTE, who just released an EP titled METTENARRATIVE, played sold-out shows in L.A. and London and was in Greta Gerwig’s record-breaking film “Barbie” as Video Girl Barbie.
“I’m really happy to be partnering with Caron Veazey and Something In Common. She’s a phenomenal manager whose vast experience and creativity will be vital to Three Six Zero moving forward,” Mark Gillespie, CEO and founder of Three Six Zero, said in a statement.
In addition to starting Something in Common, Veazey is also co-founder of the Black Music Action Coalition, an advocacy group formed to address systemic racism across the music industry. The veteran music executive also sits on the New York University’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music’s Advisory Board and recently joined the board of directors of DICE, a music discovery and mobile ticketing app based in London.
“I believe things happen at the right time, and now could not be a more perfect time to partner with Mark and the team at Three Six Zero,” Veazey said in a statement. “I’m so impressed with what they have built and very excited about the ambition for the future. They are a group of big forward thinkers, and I am truly energized to join the team. “
Three Six Zero, which has offices in Los Angeles, Miami and London, boasts a diverse roster that includes Calvin Harris, Majid Jordan, FKA twigs, Frank Ocean, Nicky Jam, Manuel Turizo, Skepta and WILLOW.