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Alumnus Nyle Emerson's "Let the Beat Build" Video Voted #4 On Spin Magazine's Top Music Videos of 2009

December 16, 2009

Nyle Emerson got an early Christmas present this week when he learned that his “Let the Beat Build” video ranks #4 on Spin Magazine’s top 20 Music Videos of 2009. Emerson graduated in spring 2009 from NYU’s Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music (REMU). “Let the Beat Build” was his senior project and was shot in REMU’s studio with his fellow classmates.

NYU’s Clive Davis Dept of Recorded Music in the Tisch School of the Arts is the first of its kind to provide professional business and artistic training toward a BFA degree for aspiring creative entrepreneurs in the music industry. The Recorded Music B.F.A. undergraduate program is designed to provide professional training for students who aim to succeed as creative entrepreneurs in the music industry. A creative entrepreneur is a driven, passionate individual who starts and runs an innovative business enterprise.

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Nyle Emerson--Photo by nyleraps on Flicker

Nyle Emerson--Photo by nyleraps on Flicker

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