Beginning this month, Fusicology, the lifestyle marketing boutique agency, will share on its sites the Museum of Light’s exclusive interviews and custom memes featuring poignant quotes about the creative process. The brands will also collaborate on new original content.
Asya Shein, Fusicology Founder and Publisher, says the brands share a common vision.
“A partnership between Fusicology and The Museum of Light truly is a great fit as both brands envelop and help nurture next-level talent for the Global Soul Movement,” she says. “We felt a kinship with their team immediately and see us working together as the next step to assisting in spreading the word on the lifestyle we embrace and help market. We look forward to nurturing the collaborative efforts to help uplift and bridge the gaps and build the community.”
The Museum of Light Producer Billy Johnson Jr. is excited about working with the agency.
“Our goal with The Museum of Light has always been to promote intelligent dialogue about creating art, so Fusicology is a great place for us to showcase our work,” he says. “There is such a rich quality to the features on their site and social media pages. We are honored to be working together.”
The Museum of Light Producer Joslyn Rose Lyons is grateful for the opportunity to partner with such an respected brand.
“We are excited to be expanding our content and partnerships,” she says. “Our intention with The Museum of Light is to inspire and go beyond what we see. That’s where the light lives. Fusicology represents the soul of the progressive lifestyle and we are excited to be working with such an inspiring brand.”
The Museum of Light will soon announce the details of its forthcoming podcast series and, in December, will launch a 2016 countdown, highlighting its best content of the year.
“As a leader, a student and a die hard fan of hip-hop, my responsibility as a journalist/producer is to showcase the greater good of the lifestyle, and preserve the culture that raised me. My decision to unite with influential, like minded peers to bring the light to the world was a no brainier.” – Adell Henderson, Music Journalist/Editor in Chief RESPECT-MAG.COM @adellhenderson101 @respectmag
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