When a hip hop artist bets on tech

When a hip hop artist bets on tech

Ryan Leslie (CEO Superphone): Ryan taught himself Ruby on Rails and built the minimum viable product for his mobile app SuperPhone. As crazy as it sounds to those of us in the marketing business, musicians rarely have any data about the person who’s just bought their record. So he created Superphone, a mobile app that allows artists to maintain a one on one relationship with their audience and convinced funding partners like Andreesen Horowitz.

Superphone allows to communicate via SMS message and the overview about purchase history and their location. It’s your CRM and provides speed communication, which focuses on how to navigate a technologically advanced age without losing sight of the most important daily activity – communication.

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When a hip hop artist bets on tech


Ryan Leslie, CEO, Superphone



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