38-year-old Michael Clervoix, better known as Sha Money XL, is currently the executive vice president of Urban A&R of Epic Records. Clervoix got his start as a producer and was integral to launching 50 Cent’s career; he produced hits for 50 like “Poor Lil Rich,” “Beg for Mercy,” and “This Is 50,” and was president of G-Unit Records from 2003-07. After serving as senior vice president of A&R at Def Jam from 2010-13 (signing Big K.R.I.T. in 2010 and 2 Chainz in 2012), Clervoix joined Epic Records in 2013, where he orchestrated Bobby Shmurda’s 360 deal this August. The value of the deal remains undisclosed, but Clervoix noted the following: “There’s no such thing as overpaying a young black man.”