2wenty 2wenty Music Group is a full-service management company based out of Los Angeles. Our clients include superstar producers Murda Beatz, Sool Got Hits, Foster, Nas Moore, Tyler Armes and OJ Finessey. The company, founded by CEO Cory Litwin, has been growing steadily over the last few years. Originally crafted as a marketing company known as 2wenty 2wenty Marketing, 2wenty 2wenty Music Group stays true to its name in helping its clients achieve the perfect vision for their career.
is one of the music industry’s most successful, respected and ambitious artist managers, an empire-builder who groomed his fellow Canadian Murda Beatz from small-town upstart to the world’s top mega-hitmaker. His collaboration with Murda is just the start of the multi-faceted empire Cory is building, using personal relationships to forge partnerships – all part of a personal philosophy that you are your own best asset.
A 34-year-old native of Toronto, Cory began building his network as a student at the University of Western Ontario. He started out as an event producer putting on parties and epic bashes that grew ever larger, which led to his first company 2wenty 2wenty Marketing. Among other landmarks, Cory promoted and produced his fellow Toronto native Drake’s first-ever live concert in 2009. He developed relationships with The Weeknd, too, throwing his first large-scale show in 2011.
After University, Cory moved back to his hometown and became known as the king of Toronto nightlife – the guy who put on festivals knew everybody, and could get visiting celebrities, rap stars and athletes into the right clubs to meet the right people. All his contacts led to him forming a profitable side-business, Goldie Rocks Grills, making custom grills for Snoop Dogg, Kylie Jenner, Khalid and Swae Lee, among other celebrities.
But Cory had aspirations beyond jewelry or parties. With sights set on the music business, he was pondering how to break into artist management when the perfect act entered his orbit in 2014: Shane Lee Lindstrom, a 20-year-old producer trying to establish himself under the name Murda Beatz. He knew of Cory’s reputation in Toronto and his connections, and a courtship ensued.
2wenty 2wenty Marketing slowly transitioned into 2wenty 2wenty Music Group as Cory put his network to work at Murda’s service. They began taking extended trips to Los Angeles to network and record, and the hustle paid off. Murda crafted trap hits with Travis Scott, Nicki Minaj, Migos, Drake, 2 Chainz, 6ix9ine and many other high-profile artists. Cory was heavily involved with Murda’s career on the creative as well as managerial side, earning co-producer’s credit on Drake’s chart-topping hit “Nice For What.” It was Cory who suggested Lauryn Hill’s 1998 single “Ex-Factor” as sample hook for the song, which spent eight weeks at No. 1 and earned two grammy nominations. Cory is also managing a range of other producers and songwriters, in addition to working as an A&R consultant at Capitol Records – always searching for that next act to break...
is based in Toronto, heading the Canadian operation of 2wenty 2wenty. With his focus on growing the company in both Canada and the United Kingdom. Along with seeking new talent for 2wenty 2wenty, he is also responsible for growing brand partnerships globally for all of 2wenty 2twenty's clients.
Danny's clients prior to joining the company were
Toronto rappers SAFE, Smoke Dawg, Duvy and other Canadian producers. Danny has conceived numerous marketing campaigns for his previous clients.
He holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Ryerson University, Toronto, where he won several marketing awards, served on the school council, and launched a recruitment campaign.
is 2wenty 2wenty Music Group's Administrative Coordinator and Tour Manager. A graduate from The University of Southern California, Brennen studied Business Administration with an emphasis in the music industry. Now handling day-to-day administrative tasks for the company and company's artists as well as Tour Managing Murda Beatz, Brennen has been able to expand his resume over time.