Steve Raze of and Tantrum’s CEO Recognized As One of Generation U Urban Architects: Under 40

Steve Raze of and Tantrum’s CEO Recognized As One of Generation U Urban Architects: Under 40

Executive Vice President of the highly acclaimed urban website,, and CEO of Tantrum Consulting, Steve “Raze’ Julien, has been acknowledged along with production duo Play N Skillz, celebrity stylist Tameka Raymond, MTV producer Shaheem Reid and many more by the R Brown Agency and Trinary Media Group as a Generation U Architect during the NBA All-Star weekend extravaganza taking place in Dallas, TX this weekend.

The awardees will be honored at an all-exclusive event on Friday, February 12th at the Northpark Center in the city. “To be recognized for my work with the class of individuals that are also receiving the Generation U Urban Architects: Under 40 is truly an honor,” Steve Raze stated. “It is at times such as these that you can look back at what you have done and realize that your hard work really has made a difference.”

Sponsored by companies such as Moet and Chandon, J’Adore Magazine, Versace, and Belvedere Vodka, the event is a testimony to ‘the brightest and most talented’ figures within the entertainment spectrum. “We are excited to recognize some of the most dynamic brand agents of this generation,” Ron King of Trinary Media Group shared. “The event will highlight the new and brilliant minds that are carving the social architecture of our media scope today.”

Having been a part of the blueprint that has been the basis for many of the online Hip-Hop portals we see today has encouraged Steve Raze to develop his own brand. It is because of this entrepreneurial spirit that he finds himself upon such a prestigious list. “ has played a major role in what I have accomplished in my career as well as my own company Tantrum Consulting,” he explained. “Both of these companies have shown me that nothing is unattainable if you continuously work hard.”

Tantrum Consulting has helped further the careers of several artists within the music field; with its CEO co-creating the popular online web series ‘The Next 48 Hours.’ With plans to expand the Tantrum brand during 2010 with a second season of The Next 48 Hours, Steve Raze is currently working on various projects including a new online reality show, viral video campaigns while taking steps to launch Tantrum Productions and Tantrum Events.

Generation U will benefit the Yele Haiti’s earthquake relief fund in conjunction with sponsor Versace, who will donate a portion of its sales at its Dallas location during the hours of 5-9 pm on Friday February 12, 2010.

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