ReMu Talks: The Making of Post Malone's "rockstar"

Join us for another session of ReMu Talks featuring artist manager and founder of London Ent., Dre London, for a conversation on The Making of Post Malone's "rockstar."

Dre London, born in London, moved to America with a vision of living the American dream and hopes of succeeding in life.  Starting his career in London with an artist from the UK that he believed could break in the United States, Dre hit the ground running.  2008 was the official start to his career where he started to network really hard in New York City, meeting various executives, producers and artists like French Montana, Jadakiss, Max B and many others.

Once in New York City, Dre rented out a studio in Dumbo, Brooklyn where he put together such records as French Montana & Jadakiss’ “NY Minute”, French Montana’s breakout single “Shotcaller” and over the next couple of years started to learn the ins-and-outs of the music business before moving his operation to LA in 2012.

Since moving to LA, Dre hasn’t looked back.  He has the hottest artist in the world currently, with Post Malone securing four multi-platinum singles, the number #1 debut platinum album of all-time in “Stoney” and executive produced the number one single on the Billboard Hot 100 in “rockstar” featuring 21 Savage breaking Apple Music’s weekly streaming record. Other clients on Dre London’s London Ent. roster include actress/singer/songwriter Lexy Panterra, producer Tank God and a few developmental artists that will be releasing content soon.  With the vision of the American dream and a one-way plane ticket from Heathrow to JFK in 2008, Dre hasn’t looked back.