Dec 122013
 

Cecil Holmes

Cecil Holmes was one of the first African Americans to hold the post of Senior Vice President at a major label when he served as Sr. VP at the legendary Casablanca Records, the home of Donna Summer, Parliament/Funkadelic, among others. He was also one of the first African American executives given his own imprint label, “Cecil Holmes Chocolate City” which launched the careers of the legendary funk group Cameo. He later served as VP/A&R at CBS Records (Sony Music) working w/ Michael Jackson, New Kids on The Block and the late Marvin Gaye.

Cecil Holmes Chocolate City