CEO, 50/50 Music Group Inc. & Co-Founder BMAC
Willie “Prophet” Stiggers, activist and music executive is currently the CEO of 50/50 Music Group Management, a management, consultant and publishing company. 50/50 has managed R&B superstar Layton Greene, first R&B artist on QC/Capitol/Motown, recently celebrating the success of a gold single and a number one record on the Urban and Rhythmic Charts. Prophet currently manages female rapper Asian Doll, who has gained over 100 million collective streams; Casper Bluff (Cash Money Records); Music Producer G-Styles On The Track (SONY/ATV); and DMV’s own M oney Marr (1019GS/EMPIRE).
In 2008, Prophet partnered with his sister Lakisha Spencer to continue to expand Little Debbie's Second Chance Homes, a group home agency based in Atlanta and Florida named after their mother Debbie. Prophet created Joseph Ladder -- the male component to the agency -- JL are group homes for young men with a focus on teaching them how to become entrepreneurs.
In 2017 he partnered with Go90 to Executive Produce “Raising Heaven” a 6 part docu-series around life of Youtube Sensation Heaven and Tianne King. The show, unlike other reality shows, focused on positivity and a Black family navigating through new-found fame and success while remaining spiritually grounded and committed to their core values. Prophet 's mission has been to work with and represent talent who want to elevate the culture and use their platform to make a positive impact on this world.
In 2020, Prophet co-founded #BreatheWithMe REVOLUTION and the #BreatheWithMeReFUND and is the Co-Founder/Co-Chair of the Black Music Action Coalition.
RIAA's Everything You Need to Know About Music Policy in About an Hour
10/14/20, 6:00 PM
Mondo is proud to once again partner with the RIAA to host their annual series, “Everything You Need to Know About Music Policy in One Hour” featuring Kris Ahrend (Mechanical Licensing Collective); Jordan Bromley (Manatt and Music Artists Coalition); Dayna Frank (First Avenue and NIVA); Josh Friedlander (RIAA); Mitch Glazier (RIAA); Sarah Howes (SAG-AFTRA); Prophet (50/50, Black Music Action Coalition); Dr. Portia Sabin (Music Business Association); and Maria Strong (U.S. Copyright Office).