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Ready for your monthly serving of Culture Soup? This month’s edition of “Culture Soup” from R&CPMK’s Multicultural Team includes: Suni Lee’s historic debut in Tokyo Sesame Street showing off their LGBTQ+ pride The need for more diverse leadership in music Keith Sweat & Bobby Brown face off in the next Verzuz Battle And much more ABOUT CULTURE SOUP: R&CPMK’s Culture Soup is a monthly serving of unique trends and insights from across the worlds of media, fashion, entertainment, music, and more, all from a diverse perspective. Curated by R&CPMK Executive Vice President and Multicultural Practice Lead, STEPHEN MACIAS, along with Multicultural Group Director MARISSA WALLACE, “Culture Soup” offers brand leaders a comprehensive combination of data, analysis, and a dash of fun to keep you and your team in the know. For more insights and analysis on all things entertainment, culture, and more, follow R&CPMK on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
R&CPMK’S EVP OF STRATEGIC INSIGHTS & ANALYTICS, MIKE FEIN, SHARES HIS INSIGHT WITH PRWEEK, ON THE REACH OF K-POP, ABILITY OF ARTISTS & THEIR TEAMS TO INFLUENCE CULTURE, AND THE STRENGTH OF K-POP FAN BASES Here’s what he had to say: It’s the fan bases that make all the difference, according to Michael Fein, EVP of R&CPMK’s strategy and analytics division, which is working with South Korean rapper CL and represented BTS when the group first broke into the U.S. market. “These groups are naturally doing the types of things that create culture,” he said, which can be as
R&CPMK’S SVP OF BRAND GROWTH SCOT WEINTRAUB, AND THE HARRIS POLL CEO WILL JOHNSON, OFFER BRAND MARKERTERS THREE NEW WAYS BRANDS CAN LEVERAGE NFTS TO CREATE CONSUMER VALUE. To read the full Ad Age article, click here: Everyone is trying to figure out what to do about non-fungible tokens (NFTs). These modern tools, born out of the crypto boom, have been viewed as both a passing fad and a future tool for artistic compensation. Recent research from The Harris Poll and R&CPMK found that about half of consumers familiar with NFTs (47%) are interested in brands offering them as