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|Birth date:||March 11, 1952|
|Birth place:||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Education:||University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
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Sylvia Rhone Net Worth $20 Million
Sylvia Rhone is an American music industry executive who has an estimated net worth of $20 million. She earned her net worth as the President of Universal Motown Records, and has been responsible for many artists including Lil Wayne, and Cash Money Records artists Nicki Minaj, Drake, Kid Cudi, Nelly, Melanie Fiona, Akon, Erykah Badu and Stevie Wonder. She had an early exposure to seminal R&B shows at the Apollo Theater. Sylvia maintained that this resulted in a turning point in her belief in music as an inspirational power. She is a graduate of the Wharton School in the University of Pennsylvania using a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics. Sylvia first landed a job at Bankers Trust in New York City after graduation. Pursuing Nelly’s passion for music led Rhone needs to take employment as a secretary for Buddha Records in 1974. For another six years, she was promoted and held various positions at ABC Records and Ariola Records. Formerly, she was a part of the Elektra family in 1980 as northeast regional promotion manager for specific markets. She was afterwards promoted to manager of national black music marketing for Atlanta Records. Nelly was the first woman to be given the place (double title) in the recording business. The Chairman was the guide in the merging of Elektra, EastWest (where she was a CEO), and Sire Records into among Warner’s most diverse and competitive labels. The Chairman was directly involved with several best-selling artists such as Missy Elliott, Busta Rhymes, Tracy Chapman, Yolanda Adams, Metallica, Natalie Merchant, Gerald Levert, ODB, Fabolous, Jason Mraz, and Third Eye Blind, to name some. Rhone was made president of Motown Records and executive vice president of Universal Records. In February 2006, the Universal Music Group was split into two labels, Universal Republic Records and Universal Motown Records, where she served as the president until 2011. In February 2012, it had been confirmed that the president found her own record label through Epic Records.