- A YouTuber has combined the music of Goldman Sachs President David Solomon with a motivational video from Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio.
- Solomon creates music under the name DJ D-Sol, and has over 425,000 monthly listeners on Spotify.
- Check out the video below.
Wall Street’s song of the summer is almost certainly going to be a dance remix of Fleetwood Mac’s 1977 hit “Don’t Stop.”
That’s because it was produced by David Solomon, the president and future CEO of Goldman Sachs.
DJ D-Sol, as he is known, released the mix on streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music, and it has already become the talk of Wall Street.
YouTube user Thornton McEnery, the executive editor of Wall Street blog Dealbreaker, has taken things to a new level, however, by dubbing the mix over one of hedge fund titan Ray Dalio’s now infamous cartoon videos explaining the principles of success.
Dalio, the founder of Bridgewater Associates, recently turned his best-selling book “Principles,” – which contains the full text of Bridgewater’s famous culture book with additional context – into a series of cartoon videos aimed at recent college graduates.
The videos were originally narrated by Dalio, but in McEnery’s video, his voice is replaced by the strains of DJ D-Sol’s EDM remix, creating a hybrid containing two of the most important figures in the financial industry.
You can see the video, which first caught our eye after a tweet by Bloomberg’s Tracy Alloway, below (sound on for full effect):
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