Finance

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon has a music label called Payback Records

Key Points
  • Solomon, the CEO of Goldman Sachs known as DJ D-Sol on the electronic dance circuit, launched a record label last year.
  • The CEO has a "vision for building a socially-conscious music business focused on one of America's most serious public health crisis: the addiction epidemic," according to Payback Records.
Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon performs at Schimanski night club in Brooklyn, New York, October 14, 2018.
Trevor Hunnicutt | Reuters

To the many titles of David Solomon, including CEO of Goldman Sachs and electronic music performer DJ D-Sol, add one more: music impresario.

Solomon launched Payback Records last year as his music career was picking up, according to the company's website.

Besides leading 150-year-old Goldman in its pivot to consumer banking, Solomon has released three dance tracks. Two of the most recent singles, "Feel Alive" and "Rescue Me" are through Payback.

Solomon has a "vision for building a socially-conscious music business focused on one of America's most serious public health crisis: the addiction epidemic," according to the website.

Proceeds from Payback Records go to non-profit groups aimed at helping people fighting addiction. So far, Solomon is the only artist listed under the imprint, which is partnered with Big Beat/Atlantic Records.