Quality Control Music (QC) has promoted three members of its team to new executive positions.
Simone Mitchell has been appointed President of Quality Control Music, Tamika Howard has been named Executive VP and Amber Mitchell has been promoted to VP Artist Relations.
Simone Mitchell joined the company in 2014 and has helped shape the careers of names such as Migos, City Girls, Layton Greene and Lakeyah.
She will now oversee operations for the music and management division.
Howard joined QC in 2013 and has worked with artists including Lil Baby, Migos, and Lil Yachty.
She will now supervise the business operations for QC’s ventures in music, says the company.
Amber Mitchell started her QC tenure in 2017, and has aided the careers of QC artists City Girls, Layton Greene and more.
She will now oversee and manage the logistical aspects of touring, press/promo tours, award shows, and more, for the label’s Artists.
“These women are the backbone of this QC family.”
Kevin “Coach K” Lee, QC
Kevin “Coach K” Lee, QC COO, said: “These women are the backbone of this QC family, and have had their hand in building some of the best musical careers in rap.
“Their promotions and elevated positions have been well-earned.”
“These powerful Black women are the executives that run much of the show with us.”
Pierre “P” Thomas, QC
Pierre “P” Thomas, QC CEO, added: “These powerful Black women are the executives that run much of the show with us.
“Watching them grow through the ranks and impact our artists the way they have is something I’m so thankful and proud to witness.”Music Business Worldwide