Atron Gregory is a highly successful entertainment business entrepreneur with a track record of producing and managing multi-platinum albums and films. He has an executive producing and/or management credit on several successful albums by Tupac Shakur, Digital Underground, and Stanley Clarke. Atron has also produced four films, including the soon-to-be-released "Tha Early Years" about Tupac Shakur.

Atron has been an integral part of the West Coast music scene, co-founding West Coast Record distributors and co-managing World Class Wrekin Cru', one of the pioneering groups of West Coast hip-hop. He also served as the tour manager for NWA and was featured in the hit film "Straight Outta Compton" in 2015.

Responsible for generating tens of millions of dollars in music and film revenue for multinational corporations, he is recognized as one of the top 25 A&R's in hip-hop history in the book "The Big Payback: The History of the Business of Hip Hop." Atron has also been named "The Manager of the Year" and has worked with "Multi Grammy" award-winning musical artists.

Involved in several companies and projects, including Roxboro Entertainment (owned by world-renowned composer and bassist Stanley Clarke), Vir-Jon LLC (owner of the Johnny “Guitar” Watson Catalog), and "Living The Legend," a reality TV show, Atron is also a sought-after speaker on topics such as entrepreneurship, the entertainment business, and how learning instruments can benefit students' education. His company, New TNT Management, is a reflection of his success and commitment to the entertainment industry.