Where do I start with our next guest? He was a CEO, a baseball pitcher, and is on the rise as a producer and DJ. Our latest guest is Brett Ronsin, but you can call him @mavvsmusicx
In this episode of the Dailey Blend Show, we connect with Brett Ronsin (@mavvsmusicx) entrepreneur and former CEO of Rant Inc. We dive into how he went from playing college baseball to building one of the largest digital content companies in the world with his business partner Grant Brown. We dive into lessons learned about operations, scale, and capital and talk about the next phase in his life, as he sets his sites on the world of electronic dance music.
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More on Brett’s music project MAVV. Mavv is the recording alias of Brett Rosin, a new producer, and DJ to the electronic scene whose upbeat and soft sounds mesh with the harshness of some dubstep vibes. Originally from Chicago, Rosin lost a baseball career due to a string of unfortunate arm injuries, so he co-founded an independent digital media company that rose to be one of the biggest in the world. Upon being acquired in 2016, Rosin started messing around with music production in early 2017 after attending an Illenium show in Las Vegas. In 2019, Rosin put out his first public tracks “Here and Again” and “We’re Through the Storm.” His debut EP is expected to come out in mid-2020.
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