CEO of PowerMoves and Founder of Rap Coalition, Wendy Day, was recently seen on NBC

Atlanta, GA – October 31, 2019 – Wendy Day, CEO of PowerMoves and Founder of the well-respected Rap Coalition, was recently a featured guest on Hollywood Live. The show, which filmed in Hollywood, California by an Emmy Award-winning crew, was hosted by Jack Canfield, Best-Selling Author® and co-creator of Chicken Soup for the Soul. The show included guests from around the country who shared their expertise and stories of their success. Wendy Day was one of the guests on the show, discussing two of her current projects: an educational website to teach artists about how to make money with their music ( and the first incubator for independent Rappers to help them start their own record labels and make money with their music.

Hollywood Live is produced by The Dicks and Nanton Celebrity Branding Agency®. The episode featuring Day recently aired on ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox affiliates across the country.

To watch Day’s appearance on Hollywood Live, click here:

About Wendy Day:

Wendy DayWendy started the not-for-profit Rap Coalition in 1992 to advocate for artists who have little to no leverage in the urban music business. After shopping and negotiating many favorable deals for artists and creating many millionaires in the music industry, Wendy has gone on to consult and help build independent record labels through her for-profit venture, PowerMoves, while writing a series of how-to books and creating music resources to help artists excel. Wendy Day has worked with many artists including Eminem, Tupac, Cash Money Records, No Limit Records, Young Buck, Gipp from Goodie Mob, Pimp C from UGK, Twista, Do Or Die, David Banner, Slick Rick, Boosie, Webbie, Fiend, C-Murder, Trouble, Lil Donald and many more.

Wendy has played a crucial role in shopping and negotiating deals with major record labels for Master P’s No Limit, Cash Money, Eminem, Twista, David Banner, Lil Donald, and many others. Wendy’s clients have sold over a billion records during her illustrious 27-year career. In 1998, Wendy started PowerMoves, a consulting company to help build artist-centric independent record labels. She teaches rappers and their investors how to make money in music using a hands-on approach, showing them how to navigate the tricky waters of the urban music industry.

Wendy Day is based in Atlanta and can be found via Instagram @RapCoalition. Be sure to follow her free educational videos on YouTube at


Sarah Wilson
Dicks and Nanton Celebrity Branding Agency®