Adéllyn Holl Polomski is an LA-based music and performance industry talent manager with a special focus on talent development strategy and execution, creative and team operations. Adéllyn is teamed with esteemed music entrepreneur, Wassim “Sal” Slabiy, CEO of the XO record label and manager of The Weeknd. Her client list includes platinum-selling Producer/DJ London On Da Track, who most recently produced Ariana Grande’s 2020 hit single “Positions.” Together they also partnered up on rising alt-pop singer-songwriter Ellise, Adéllyn’s client list also includes RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars Season 5 Winner Shea Couleé, EDM vocalist and producer Kid Alien, and Queens artist Danny Singh. In addition to her own client roster, Adéllyn believes in the value to artists of active ‘best in class’ partnerships, and collaborates on multiple ongoing projects for various artists with Kelly King at The Five Global as well as with Nick Lippman of Lippman Entertainment.
Adéllyn has over a decade of experience in radio and the performance music industry. She served as the Chief of Staff for entertainment management company, KWL Enterprises where she played a key role in the careers of D’Angelo, Trey Songz, K. Michelle, PNB Rock, and Jay Sean. At KWL, Adéllyn also worked closely with 300 Entertainment – responsible for the careers of Migos, Cheat Codes, Young Thug, and Fetty Wap, among others. Before KWL Enterprises, she served as Program Director for Evolution, the “All Things Dance” station for iHeartRadio, Clear Channel’s all-in-one digital radio service. In this role, Adéllyn worked side by side with dance music tastemaker, Pete Tong and Global producer, Diplo, to launch the syndicated EDM platform, Evolution at iHeartRadio.
While with iHeartRadio EVP, Adéllyn oversaw the syndicated programming of Premiere, Ryan Seacrest, The Bobby Bones Show, The Breakfast Club, and Sixx Sense with Nikki Sixix. As the Director of EDM Initiatives, Adéllyn played a key role in introducing new acts to millions of listeners each day. With the help of her programming initiatives, “Alive,” (Krewella); “Feels So Close,” (Calvin Harris); “Boneless,” (Steve Aoki); “Animals,” (Martin Garrix’s); “Cinema [Skrillex Remix],” (Benny Bennassi Ft. Gary Go); and “Don’t You Worry Child” (Swedish House Mafia) all earned platinum certification.
Between 2011 and 2015, Adéllyn booked talent and ran radio broadcast operations for Clear Channel’s largest events, including: the iHeart Music Festival; Jingle Ball; the iHeartRadio Country Music Fest; the iHeart Music Awards; the iHeart Ultimate Pool Party; ID&T; Ultra Music Festival; SFX; Live Nation; and AEG. Additionally, she secured talent for multiple performances at iHeart Radio’s Los Angeles and New York City theaters. International superstar acts included: deadmau5, Tiesto, David Guetta, and many others.
Adéllyn holds a Master’s Degree in International Event Management from Leeds Metropolitan University. Having lived extensively overseas, Adéllyn first began her radio career in the UK with Leeds Student Radio and became immersed in the electronic music scene. She is an accomplished speaker, with appearances at Austin’s SXSW Festival, EDM Biz, and the Winter Music Conference. When she is not managing artists, Adéllyn dedicates her time to several non-profit organizations, including City of Hope, Road Dogs and Project Style.