Gold House Collective Launches 2021 A100 List Of Most Impactful API Leaders
Nerves are frayed among Asian communities around the world. In light of the horrific recent violence against our friends and neighbors of Asian descent, many cultural institutions are shining a light on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) and the contributions they've made to artistic spheres of all stripes.
Joining them is the nonprofit collective Gold House, which promotes and celebrates Asian and Pacific Islander cultural leaders. Now, they’re etching some of the most revered AAPI figures in (digital) stone.
Gold House has just launched the 2021 A100 list, an assemblage of influential Asian and Pacific Islander figures who are shaping the cultural landscape today. They include GRAMMY winners like H.E.R. and Anderson .Paak as well as industry leaders like 88Rising CEO Derek Hsu, Warner Recorded Music President & CEO Eric Wong and Caroline Yim, Partner and Co-Head of Hip-Hop/R&B at WME.
Click here for the full list of 2021 A100 honorees, and keep your eyes on the world scene as these leading lights continue to burn brightly.
Throughout the month of May, the Recording Academy and GRAMMY.com will celebrate AAPI Month 2021 with unique content and stories from the artists pushing the culture forward. Make sure to visit GRAMMY.com and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok for more AAPI stories all month long.