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May 22, 2023
Grammy Award-Winning Producer Dre Lyon Joins Lobus To Bring Music Catalogs, Art, Content Production & More To Market As Investable Assets
Today, Grammy award-winning producer Andre “Dre” Lyon (of super production team Cool & Dre) announced that he joined Lobus, the leading asset management platform for cultural assets, as a partner. Today, Lobus helps its users manage over $9 billion in assets.
May 22, 2023
Exclusive: Dre Partners With Lobus Platform to Strengthen Ownership Model for Fellow Artists
Dre, of production duo Cool & Dre, is partnering with the asset management platform to merge 'culture with finance.'
Jan 19, 2023
Music Experts Reveal How Artists Can Protect Their Assets And Create Generational Wealth
Roger Mason Jr., Andre "Dre" Lyon, and Megan Holston-Alexander joined the Forbes Forum on Creator Equity at Davos 2023 to discuss how artists can leverage their work and maintain ownership and power.
July 7, 2022
Should artists have a stake in their own work?
Artists are taking on the role of founders and saying: ‘I will control the sale of my work.’ Leverage is shifting faster than we expected.
June 16, 2022
How the Obsidian Collection Is Bringing Black History Into the Metaverse
This Sunday, the Obsidian Collection—a major archive for Black media headquartered in Chicago—drops its first-ever NFTs, an edit of 15 rarely seen images of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
December 16, 2021
Come for the Tool, Stay for the Exchange: Bootstrapping Liquidity in the Private Markets
Over the past 20 years, there has been a dramatic shift in capital flow from the public to private markets. Since 2000, private market assets have grown over 10 times, representing over $6 trillion globally.
October 19, 2021
Move over, Bored Apes: This $7 billion art platform is going all in on NFTs
The news has the art world chattering. And it has Sherrill—who started her career at Christie's before cofounding the artists' equity-management platform Lobus—shaking her head.