Just when you thought it couldn't get more bizarre, the CEO of Goldman Sachs - who has been making a solid effort to appear as one of "the humans" with his recent push to hand every subprime consumer an Apple co-branded credit card - David Solomon is going to be DJing the world's largest sporting event: the Super Bowl.
According to Bloomberg, the 58-year-old "DJ D-Sol" will be the featured DJ at party tied to the Super Bowl that's being hosted by Sports Illustrated.
No longer urging his clients to invest in "shitty deals" - as his predecessor Lloyd Blankfein infamously did - the 58 year old Solomon will be spinning "electronic dance music" at the party. And it won't be Solomon's first big gig: Last month he was spinning at an Amazon.com cloud conference.
Goldman Sachs has confirmed that Solomon - whose musical passion we profiled in this 2018 note - will be there. Two years ago we noted that the multi-millionaire moonlighted as a D.J. once a month and that his biography on Spotify — where he recently released his first single, a remix of the Fleetwood Mac tune “Don’t Stop” — says, "His personal mantra is to never lose sight of what you are passionate about."