The podcast series “The Kreator Behind” debuts tomorrow with an interview with CNCO’s Zabdiel De Jesus.
After several successful in-house music videos – including Fuego, Polima Westcoast and Roy Woods’ “Luces,” Gera Demara and CNCO’s “Extraños” and Ely Blancarte’s “Teikirisi” – WK Entertainment is launching Korporation Films.
The new division will produce music videos, podcasts and offer a range of services including music, film, television and creative content. The new division will be managed by Horacio Rodriguez, head of music at WK Entertainment and label head of WK Records, and newly appointed Korporation vice president Anita Tillero, who also serves as creative director of WK Entertainment and Records, respectively.
Additionally, the company debuted a biweekly podcast series hosted by Tillero called “The Kreator Behind,” which examines each guest’s career trajectory. The first 10-episode season, which premieres March 23, will feature CNCO member Zabdiel de Jesus having an “open and honest conversation” about his success with the Latin American boy band, according to a press release.
Other guests included Luz María Doria, Vice President and Executive Producer of Despierta America, and Nuno Gomez, Venezuelan director and writer, among others. See the trailer for “The Kreator Behind” below.
“Korporation Films is the next natural step for WK Entertainment and WK Records,” said WK Entertainment CEO walter three“As a company, we’re constantly working to expand our reach into other content verticals, and with the launch of Korporation Films, we’re doing so by producing our own music videos, launching an industry podcast, and more in the near future.”
three LaunchedWK Entertainment 2012 Managed the careers of beloved global artists such as Maluma, Prince Royce, CNCO and Carlos Vives to name a few. As of 2020, the management company has expanded to include Orchard-published labels, which include artist Alex Rose, Foreign Teck (whose productions include Post Malone, DaBaby and Tory Lanez), Seven Kane and Colombian rapper Cheo Gallego.