When I first walked into Purfek Storm Group headquarters, I had no idea that my life was about to change. I had just received a second chance to audition for the EDM project, but ended up at the wrong location. Little did I know, it was a blessing in disguise. The new address was the headquarters of the Purfek Storm Group, a self-managed entertainment company that aimed to be the largest managers of reigning talent in the world. I quickly realized the magnitude of the company when I was given the corner office in a space on Wall Street. The glamour and sophistication of the place were unlike anything I had ever seen before. I was smack in the middle of the world I had always wanted to be a part of. I knew this was where I was meant to be. Norman “Storm” Bell was the CEO of Purfek Storm Group and a highly experienced and accomplished figure in the entertainment industry with over 30 years of diverse experience in various areas. He began his career as a DJ for Double X Posse, a rap group signed to Craig Kallman Big Beat/Atlantic Records. From there, he went on to produce music for a range of high-profile clients, including Ol Dirty Bastard, Ghostface Killer, Kurupt, and NBA star Shaquille “Shaq” O’Neal. Within weeks of my arrival, key members of the graphics department were let go, and I was given the opportunity to fill the void. I worked long hours, spending time with the production team, attending meetings, and reading industry news to familiarize myself with the job. Storm saw my dedication. He shared his wealth of knowledge and expertise with me, guiding me through the intricacies of the industry. Being a part of it all made me wonder if missing the first audition was a mistake, or destiny. How did I end up here? Under Storm’s umbrella, the world seemed a different place. And with my arsenal of talent, I saw the spotlight getting closer.

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