Goldman Sachs CEO To DJ Super Bowl 2020 Party

Written by Alyssa Brook January 18, 2020
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Goldman Sachs CEO To DJ Super Bowl 2020 Party

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Sports Illustrated has hired a banker to DJ their huge Super Bowl 2020 party, and it’s none other than the CEO of Goldman Sachs, David Solomon, AKA, DJ D-Sol.

Page Six repots that reveal that the publication has hired David Solomon to DJ the celebrity filled party, which will be held at The Fontainebleau in Miami Beach on February 1.

DJ D-Sol will be taking his banking and music skills to the stage, where he will be joined by the Black Eyed Peas, Marshmello and rapper Da Baby.

Solomon was first revealed as DJ D-Sol by The New York Times in 2017 when he was a co-president at Goldman Sachs and in the middle of his campaign to be named CEO. He was told to give up his ‘side-hustle’ in fears that he wouldn’t be taken seriously.

“You know what, it’s who I am, and nobody would tell me not to play golf,” Solomon said at the time. “And why shouldn’t I — because I’m a CEO?”

Solomon donates all of his earnings as a DJ to charity.


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