A unique question-and-answer session headed by some of the music industry’s biggest producers and supervisors will take place this evening from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Baldwin Hills-Crenshaw Mall (at the Macy’s Bridge), 3650 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. The event is free.

Expected to attend are Thomas Golubic, music supervisor for “Better Call Saul,” “Love,” “Grace and Frankie,” and “Halt and Catch Fire.” Also participating are Angela Jollivette (“Greenleaf 2”), Yvette Metoyer (“Sneaky Pete,” “Shut Eye,” “Dangerous Book for Boys”), Rickey Minor (“The Tonight Show With Jay Leno,” “American Idol,” “The Grammys”), Morgan Rhodes (“Dear White People,” “Queen Sugar,” “Selma”), Carolyn Richardson (“Entertainment Tonight,” “The Insider,” “Funny Married Stuff”) and Madonna Wade-Reid (“Reign,” “American Crime,” “Let It Fall,” “Smallville”).

Each of the seven panelists are members of the Guild of Music Supervisors, which promotes the role of music supervision in film, television, games, advertising, trailers and emerging media.

As part of the 70th anniversary of the Baldwin Hills-Crenshaw Mall, the event seeks to educate current and aspiring music supervisors, as well as artists interested in having their music placed in the various forms of electronic media entertainment.

For more details, call (310) 974-6693.