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Wendy Goldstein  

Executive VP, Republic Records

Ms. Goldstein began her career as an assistant in the A&R department of Epic Records. From 1993-1997, she worked in A&R at Geffen Records and was personally responsible for signing The Roots, Common, GZA, Mos Def, and The Bloodhound Gang. Afterwards, she became Head of Urban A&R at Priority Records/Capitol, orchestrating a label deal with Disturbing The Peace and overseeing projects for Snoop Dogg, Chingy, Latoya Luckett, and more until leaving the company in 2007. 2009 saw her join the team at Republic Records as an A&R Consultant. In 2011, she became Senior Vice President of A&R for the label, formally joining the team in the West Coast office. In 2014, the label named her Executive Vice President and Head of Urban A&R.

As Executive Vice President and Head of Urban A&R since 2014, Ms. Goldstein most recently played an instrumental and indispensable role in the success of multi-platinum number one albums from Ariana Grande and The Weeknd, as well as platinum singles from Hailee Steinfeld and DNCE, among others. 2016 saw her work on Grande’s Dangerous Woman, which was released in May in addition to working closely with The Weeknd on his forthcoming new full-length album Starboy. On the horizon, she’s gearing up for records from Steinfeld, DNCE, Marc E. Bassy, Julia Michaels, and Prince Charlez.

Republic Records promotes Wendy Goldstein to Executive Vice President, effective immediately (October 2016)


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