Britney Davis promoted to VP of Artist Relations, Marketing & Special Projects at Capitol Music Group

Britney Davis (pictured) has been promoted to the position of Vice President of Artist Relations, Marketing & Special Projects for Capitol Music Group (CMG).

The news was announced today by Motown Records General Manager Marc Byers and CMG Senior Vice President of Global Marketing Gabriela Schwartz, to whom Davis reports.

In her elevated role, Davis will lead marketing, development and artist relations efforts on a broad array of CMG artists, particularly those associated with Motown Records and Quality Control Music.

She has previously worked with artists such as Lil Baby, City Girls, Queen Naija, QCs Control the 4th Quarter and emerging talent from Motown.

Davis is based in Hollywood in the company’s iconic Capitol Tower.

“I’m excited to be taking on a forward thinking role within CMG, working with the team to help continue to develop music’s next superstars.”

Britney Davis

Prior to joining CMG as Senior Director of Marketing & Operations in 2018, Davis spent seven years at Phase Too Inc.

During her tenure there, she provided management, marketing and A&R duties for the company’s roster.

Davis worked as day-to-day management for Grammy-award winner Chris Brown, while working alongside him & Phase Too founder Tina Davis to develop CBE Records, overseeing the songwriting and artist development for Sevyn Streeter, Kevin McCall & Joelle James.

She began her career in 2008 as an intern at Creative Artists Agency (CAA) and later an assistant at The Agency Group, both in Los Angeles.

“Britney epitomizes the new generation of music and entertainment executives, and we are incredibly excited about her well-deserved ascension to Vice President.”

Marc Byers and Gabriela Schwartz, Capitol Music Group

Byers and Schwartz said: “Britney’s broad experience provides her with an important perspective on artist development that will continue to be of great value to the CMG, Motown and Quality Control artists under her purview.

“Britney epitomizes the new generation of music and entertainment executives, and we are incredibly excited about her well-deserved ascension to Vice President.”

Davis added: “I’m excited to be taking on a forward thinking role within CMG, working with the team to help continue to develop music’s next superstars.

“I thank Marc, Gabriela, Ethiopia Habtemariam and the entire leadership team for recognizing my unique skill set and reimagining the scope of the modern executive.

“I look forward to the continued success of our team – on the charts and within the culture!”Music Business Worldwide

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