Aaron Bay-Schuck
Jonathan Weiner
United States

Warner Records


Co-Chairman / CEO

Upping Warner Records’ game in the pop and hip-hop arenas were two of Bay-Schuck’s goals when he joined the label. Successes by social media star Bella Poarch, rapper Saweetie and popster Bebe Rexha suggest he’s on the right track. Poarch’s “Build a Bitch” fetched 15.5 million YouTube views on its release day and 93 million that week. That first number was a record for any Warner act, the second a YouTube record for a new artist, also putting the Filipino-American singer at No. 1 on the platform’s global and U.S. charts. Saweetie’s 
“Best Friend,” featuring her buddy Doja Cat, hit the top on the Rap Digital Song Sales chart, while Rexha’s “Meant to Be,” featuring country duo Florida Georgia Line, became only the sixth single in four years to be certified Diamond for logging 10 million units.


  • Warner Records
  • Atlantic Records
  • Interscope Geffen A&M


  • Columbia University (NY, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2020 Variety500 Honoree
  • Hitmakers and Hitbreakers
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Warner Records Names Claudia Butzky Executive VP of Brand Partnerships & Sync

Warner Records Names Claudia Butzky Executive VP of Brand Partnerships & Sync

Claudia Butzky has been promoted to executive vice president of brand partnerships & sync for Warner Records. In her expanded role, Butzky will continue to lead the label’s brand partnership team while also overseeing the strategy for creative music placement and campaigns across film, television, gaming, sports and related platforms. Butzky is based at the company’s Los Angeles headquarters and reports to co-chairman & COO Tom Corson.“Claudia is one of the most well-respected and admired strategic branding experts,” said Corson. “She’s a powerful creative force...


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