Denzyl Feigelson

Denzyl Feigelson

Denzyl Feigelson

Platoon Co-Founder and C.E.O. Denzyl Feigelson formed the modern creative artist services company in 2016 with the aim of empowering fearlessly creative artists. Platoon had its first success with Jorja Smith before fueling the explosion of Billie Eilish and was subsequently acquired by Apple in 2018. With a team spanning London, Los Angeles, and Cape Town, Feigelson guides the careers of a diverse stable of exciting global artists, including Princess Nokia, Poo Bear, Aaron Smith, Victoria Monét, Cuppy, Marian Hill, Amaarae, Nissi, Kennedi, Holly Humberstone, WurID and more. Prior to forming Platoon, Feigelson left his imprint on some of music’s most significant movements though his work on Paul Simon’s Graceland, nearly two decades of advising Apple on all things music, and the launch of AWAL, to name a few.