First Asian Woman in Hip-Hop
she her / @sophiachang

1. Hip-Hop 50 & Beyond 3:26 3. Unlock Your Potential 16:43

2. Business Acumen 12:17 4. Meet & Greet 37:24

Sophia Liner Notes, Page I

Sophia Chang is a public speaker, life/career guide, screenwriter and author who is developing numerous TV properties, including a scripted series based on her Audible memoir “The Baddest Bitch In The Room.” She founded Unlock Her Potential, a program that provides free mentorship for women of color which brags such mentors as Pamela Adlon, Sarah Harden/CEO of Hello Sunshine, Jim Jarmusch, Michael Mann, and several CEOs. She is the Executive Director of ImpactMENtorship, a program that provides free mentorship for men of color founded by actor, hip hop artist, and philanthropist Joey Bada$$.

Sophia Liner Notes, Page II

As the first Asian woman in hip hop, the music business matriarchitect managed Ol’ Dirty Bastard (RIP), RZA, GZA, D’Angelo, Raphael Saadiq, Q Tip, and A Tribe Called Quest as well as working with Paul Simon. Her work at record labels included marketing at Atlantic, A&R at Jive, A&R Administration and Operations at Universal Music Group, as well as serving as General Manager of RZA’s Razor Sharp Records, Cinematic Music Group, and Joey Bada$$’ Pro Era Records.

Sophia Liner Notes, Page III

She trained with and managed a Shaolin Monk, who became her partner and father of her children. She produced major runway shows for Vivienne Tam and “Project Runway All Stars,” was an account executive at a digital agency, and did business development at a cannabis company. Sophia appeared in Showtime’s documentary “Wu-Tang: Of Mics and Men,” Netflix documentary series “Hip Hop Evolution,” and was the subject of an episode of Hulu’s