Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon discusses the state of the IPO market, the global economy, consumer banking and DJing at the Sports Illustrated Super Bowl party.
Boss man by day, party rocker by night.
Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon, otherwise known as D-Sol, will be spinning the ones and twos during this year’s Sports Illustrated Super Bowl party at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon performs at Schimanski night club in Brooklyn, New York, Oct. 14, 2018. (REUTERS/Trevor Hunnicutt)
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Solomon told FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that DJing has been a hobby for several years and he will use the A-list event to raise money for a nonprofit that helps individuals and families struggling with opioid addiction.
“I was offered the opportunity to play for an hour and also graciously that they’d make a very, very nice charitable donation to a charity called Shatterproof,” he said.
D-Sol will be on the turntables alongside an all-star lineup including Marshmello, the Black Eyed Peas and DaBaby.
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The exec has also played the Tomorrowland music festival last year and even landed on Billboard’s Dance/Music Show airplay chart for his first original song, “Feel Alive” featuring Katt Rockell.
"It's a great hobby," Solomon said.
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