Brooklyn, New York native Kevin Harewood in an entertainment industry veteran of over 25 Years. Harewood career
began as a New York market College Promotion Representative of A&M Records while he was still a student at Brooklyn College
of The City University of New York. He then moved into the sales and marketing department of A&M and later
to the marketing department of Arista Records.
Harewood then moved into the management aspect of the music industry with the influential Hush Productions management
company. There as VP/GM Harewood was involved in helping the company grow from its music management base to a place
where it had holdings as a music publishing company, a record company. and a film company. Its Bush Burning
publishing arm was perennially in the top five of urban music publishers during its tenure. Orpheus Records and Orpheus
Pictures worked on projects that featured talents such as Freddie Jackson, Najee, Alex Bugnon, Kadeem Hardison,
Bill Nunn, Samuel Jackson,James Bond 3 and others.
Harewood left Hush Productions to head up the Black Entertainment department at the venerable William Morris Agency in
Beverly Hills. There he worked with talents such as Chris Rock, Bill Nunn, Jonathan Butler, Vanessa Williams, Ice T,
Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince, Randi Crawford and others. Other career highlights include a stint as VP/General Manager
of Grindstone Entertainment/Correct Records.
Harewood founded EDclectic Entertainment in 2001. Via EDclectic he continues to work on key cutting edge music
and independent film projects. In 2004 he produced and directed (along with Stephen Booth) the basketball documentary
"25 Strong-A Film About Basketball a Film about Life" In early 2007 his book Make Your Move!!!-A Guide to Releasing Music
Independently was released. Harewood is also a contributor to the forthcoming book "Family Affair" which will be released
in early 2009 on Agate Press