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Meet Bad Domination Entertainment’s CEO Reggie Westmoreland



Bad Domination Entertainment CEO Reggie Westmoreland is looking to change the music industry. The entrepreneur has always believed in local talent in the Bay area and now, he’s determined to take it to the next level and help artists achieve success. Reggie decided to start his own label, or as he calls it “a lifestyle brand”, to not only help emerging artists but also teach them the business side of the music industry. “I started the company as an independent entity to support artists and take care of the business end in a fair and transparent manner.” That’s one of the reasons he got into the music business.

Bad Domination Entertainment (B.D.E.) has already signed its first major artist, rapper Haiti Babii, and as far as accomplishments, some records have already gone gold (soon-to-be platinum records!) However, Reggie admits there are a few challenges he’s currently facing, one being the lack of recognition although he does believe this will change over time. As for future plans for the company, Westmoreland has an idea of where he wants B.D.E to be in a few years. “I want to build a team, generate infrastructure and create a name for ourselves,” he says. “I envision B.D.E as more than just a label, I want to branch out into filmmaking and content creation as well.” He also wants B.D.E to partner with a major label and help upcoming talent from Northern California get their foot in the door, and give them a safe space to create music.

While Reggie is looking to give rising artists a chance to pursue a career in music, he makes it very clear that business is just as important. He states that time and patience is needed in order to make it in the industry. He also wants to teach artists how to make residuals through streaming platforms, as well as encourage them to keep ownership on their side. When Reggie started the company, he had this vision of B.D.E being the premiere entertainment company for up-and-coming artists – today, he still has that vision! “In Northern California, there’s no QC or other established brands, just a few music distribution companies. I started Bad Domination Entertainment to fill in that gap,” he says.

With Bad Domination Entertainment, Reggie Westmoreland wants to show the music world that when it comes to talent, North California has something to say! He considers himself a leader and wants his story to inspire others who are looking to pursue their dreams, whatever they may be. Not only does he want to have an impact on the culture, he also wants to pave the way for the younger generation and teach them about the importance of following their dreams, and taking risks.

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