Jason King

Jason King is associate professor of the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at New York University where he teaches classes on the pop music business and serves as director of writing, history and media studies. A musician, DJ, scholar, producer, curator,and journalist, Jason is also the creative director of Superlatude and author of The Michael Jackson Treasures: Celebrating the King of Pop in Memorabilia and Photos.

Feb. 15 2013 8:30 AMThe Time Is Out of JointBehind the scenes on D'Angelo's Voodoo.
The Music Club
Dec. 21 2012 12:33 PMThe Music Club, 2012How bottle service has changed pop music—for the worse.
The Music Club
Dec. 26 2012 12:30 PMThe Music Club, 2012The pop performance of the year was Grace Jones hula-hooping at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
The Music Club
Dec. 18 2012 11:12 AMThe Music Club, 2012Should we be suspicious of hipsters’ newfound love of R&B?
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