Leaving a band, a company or a famous YouTube channel surely creates a buzz. The news of Nick Crompton leaving Team 10 goes years back but it still feels fresh as it surely was a shock to us all. For those, who are way behind time and don’t know what we are talking about, don’t worry, we got you covered.
What happened with Nick and Team 10
Nick Crompton joined Team 10 as a COO (Chief Operating Officer) in September 2016 and exited in June 2018.
He left the team by making an announcement on Twitter, saying “it’s time to move on from Team 10”. He rose to fame with Paul’s It’s Everyday Bro.
The U.K. local, who broadly rapped that “Britain is my city,” was obscure about his takeoff, other than to say his main point as a social star is to “bring energy into this world” and “to be essential for something that helped other people” — with the ramifications being that his job at Team 10 didn’t fill this need.
He likewise says that being on both the business and ability sides of the organization put him in an “extremely novel and strange position,” and compared being in Team 10 to living in a “bubble” for the beyond two years. “I have new ventures ready to go,” he finished up, “on the off chance that any financial backers are intrigued.”
Who is Nick Crompton?
Nick Crompton is a creative entrepreneur, actor, and writer. He is known for Jake Paul’s It’s Everyday Bro Ft. Team 10 (2017), and Ninjago: 2 Much Lloyd (2018).
After leaving Team 10 in May 2018, he joined Universal Music Group in November 2018.
Recently, in January 2021, he deactivated most of his social media accounts.
Before working with Team 10, Nick was also a founding member and Head of Talents in Social Chain from 2015 to 2016.
What is team 10?
Group 10 is an exceptional hatchery for hopeful social powerhouses. While other plans of action take the ability and exclusively push them out with expectations of minimized benefit and exposure, Team 10’s design makes a permanent place to stay for the ability to be created, supported flawlessly, and to make content rapidly.
Where is Nick now?
Nick has been working with Universal Music Group since he departed from Team 10 in 2018. Right now, he is Vice President of Commercial Innovation and Artist Strategy.