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Three Six Zero has partnered with entertainment exec and BMAC co-founder Caron Veazey and her management company, Something in Common. Veazey will bring METTE (Since 93/RCA) to the fold. The multi-hyphenate just released an EP, METTENNARRATIVE, sold out shows in London, NYC and L.A. and played “Video Girl Barbie” in the blockbuster Barbie flick. (Trust us, you need to check her out.)

Prior to forming Something in Common, Veazey managed Pharrell Williams’ career for nearly a decade and was the GM for his creative collective, i am OTHER. During her tenure with Williams, he won seven Grammys, earned two Oscar nominations and launched numerous collaborations.

“I’m really happy to be partnering with Caron Veazey and Something in Common,” Three Six Zero CEO/Founder Mark Gillespie said. “She’s a phenomenal manager whose vast experience and creativity will be vital to Three Six Zero moving forward.”

Veazey added, “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. 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.“

Veazey also sits on the NYU Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music advisory and, most recently, announced joining the board of directors of DICE, the mobile ticketing and music discovery platform. We, too, have been very productive, having almost finished this Wordle.