Can you guess the Goldman Sachs CEO's unique hobby?
DJ D-Sol in the house
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David Solomon has been named as the new CEO of the giant investment banking corporation Goldman Sachs. While the businessman may wear a suit by day, can you guess what his moonlight hobby is?
At clubs around the country, Solomon is known as DJ D-Sol and is an electronic dance music mixer. Known for being a frequent guest at parties in New York, Miami, and the Bahamas, DJ D-Sol may just be the most successful artist on the scene.
Take it to the bank. At BOXXED we’re pleased to hear that DJ D-Sol (@djdsolmusic) has taken up a day job as Chief Exec at Goldman Sachs. That news came on the same day the bank reported a 44% rise in second-quarter profits to $2.35bn (£1.8bn). https://t.co/KSda1MXZQO pic.twitter.com/EUURnbANxM— BOXXED (@BOXXEDAgency) July 20, 2018
Finding this hard to believe? Solomon's most popular song is 'Don't Stop (D-Sol Remix)' and he actively promotes his music on his social media pages.
"I kind of stumbled into it as a hobby, and now I just do it for fun," Solomon said on a Goldman Sachs podcast.
In October of this year, Solomon will be officially taking over the company as CEO. He has worked for Goldman Sachs for over 10 years.
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