Minister D. Wilson

April 06, 2017 - 06:18 AM - 3662 views

Minister D. Wilson - Founder, Fellowship of Holy Hip Hop and Pioneer of the Global Holy Hip Hop Movement, to Take the Gospel to the Streets, since 1997. Host of the Holy Hip Hop (Remix). Graduate of Luther Rice, Theology.

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He has over 30 years of radio, television, media marketing and promotions expertise, and first served as an announcer at a New Orleans, Louisiana radio station acquired by Clear Channel.  He expanded his communications knowledge by working as an apprentice at the local public television station, where he took on the role of a camera operator and produced one-hour segments for a weekly show, and later accepted a position as camera operator at KTCA, television station in St. Paul, Minnesota; and then became Assistant Program Director/Announcer at WRNB in Minneapolis, Minnesota.  
Following his stint at WRNB, he served as an Event Producer with the Contemporary Group, an event-marketing firm based in St. Louis, Missouri. For three years, he traveled with the CBS College Tour to promote CBS network programming to college students at 45 universities across the country. After the third year, he accepted a position with Entertainment Marketing in Chicago, Illinois, whose major client was Anheuser Busch. His job was to market and promote the Budweiser Superfest Tour.   
As the Budweiser Superfest Road Manager/Representative, he had the pleasure of interacting with many talented artists, such as Mary J. Blige, Boyz II Men, Pattie LaBelle and Dru Hill, as well as Bones, Thugs and Harmony, New Edition, BlackStreet, Keith Sweat, After 7, Frankie Beverley and Maze, and Montell Jordan, to name a few. Out of this experience with The Contemporary Group and Entertainment Marketing, and created Dominique's World Productions, Inc., a road management and consulting company that developed and executed tours. His first client as road manager was Def Jam recording artist, LL Cool J. 
His success with LL Cool J opened the door to work with Montell Jordan. He also managed promotional tours with Def Jam Music Group, the "How to Be a Player" Promotional Tour and the EPMD "Back in Business" Promotional Tour. His relationship with Def Jam afforded him the opportunities to road manage Jay-Z on the Bad Boy Entertainment/"Puff Daddy and the Family Tour.” Another door on the second leg of the tour opened, and he became the road accountant for Puffy and the Bad Boy Family.