The app is currently used in over 100 cities, including San Francisco Bay Area and Chicago suburbs. Along with joining the company’s Advisory Board he will also be the ambassador for the City of Los Angeles.
“Club Quarantine demonstrated the power of technology as a tool to bring together a community of people around the power of music,” said Derrick “D-Nice” Jones, in a press release. “Simplicity is another example of leveraging technology to lift the spirits and deepen the relationships among people in cities around the world. The alignment was too obvious not to be part of the movement.”
“We believe that any city in the world can utilize the Simplicity app and help its residents navigate the chaos of current social networks and misinformation,” comments Juraj Gago, co-founder of Simplicity. “Having Derrick back up this critical mission is significant and can help the company achieve our main goal: to improve life in cities.”