TV’s ‘Greenleaf’ is the music supervision company’s first client
Angela Jollivette, formerly senior project manager with The Recording Academy/Grammy Awards department, has launched the music supervision/production company Moonbaby Media. Via the Los Angeles-based company, Jollivette is overseeing the music for OWN/Lionsgate TV’s Greenleaf. The gospel-based series will begin airing its remaining season two episodes in August.
Jollivette spent ten years with The Recording Academy/Grammy Awards as the senior project manager for the gospel/contemporary Christian music and visual media (TV/film music) fields.
Jollivette is represented by Creative Artists Agency (CAA).
Grammy Award-nominated and Stellar Award-winning gospel singer/songwriter Travis Greene’s No. 1 single “Intentional” has been licensed for season two. And former The Voice contestant Koryn Hawthorne will drop her first single, “Won’t He Do It,” in tandem with the show’s return.
The song will be featured on Greenleaf’s season two soundtrack produced by Jollivette and executive produced by Russell Ziecker, exec. VP/head of music at Lionsgate TV. The project is being released through RCA Inspiration.