Meet the presumed future leader of Goldman Sachs — David Solomon aka DJ D-Sol! While David Solomon the businessman spends his days negotiating deals for one of the world’s most powerful investment banks, he spends his nights spinning records around New York and Miami clubs as DJ D-Sol.
“[I] kind of stumbled into [DJing] as a hobby, and now I just do it for fun,” Solomon revealed during a podcast.
The 55-year-old’s passion for music has landed him gigs around the world, including the Bahamas and the MTV Europe Music Awards in London. Not too shabby for a guy just doing this for fun.
As the apparent heir to CEO of Lloyd Blankfein, who is reportedly stepping down within the next year, Solomon will be making more than your average DJ’s salary. According to reports, he’s already making a cool $1.85 million in his current position with Goldman Sachs.
DJ D-Sol is truly doing it for the music — and from the sounds of it, house music is his genre of choice!