Troy Germano

Kenny, Tom
September 2008
Mix;Sep2008, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p120
An interview with recording studio owner and former Hit Factory Chief Executive Officer Troy Germano is presented. When asked on what motivates him to come up with another recording studio in New York he answers that he wants to build a high-end facility that might replace Hit Factory. He shares that the studio starts operating in August 2008 and artists like Alicia Keys, Jennifer Hudson and Mary J. Blige liked it.


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