In Part I and Part II of our feature on Chicago promoter Terrell Taylor’s internship at Bad Boy Records, we heard about how Terrell found his “in” and moved to New York, his encounters with Sean “Diddy” Combs and some surprising things he learned about the music business. Today, we wrap things up.
Part of success is hard work, and part of it is being in the right place at the right time.
When Terrell Taylor got his call back to intern at Bad Boy Records, he was ecstatic enough to have one foot in the door of Diddy’s flagship business. Kevin, the assistant to the president of A&R and publishing, had gotten him in, and Terrell said his “sponge approach” started with absorbing everything Kevin had to tell him.
To read the rest of Part III, check out Internships.com’s Eye of the Intern blog.