No matter how much physical money we stack there is only one way to buy yourself more time on this earth.
Exercise and healthy food choices are the only deposits that can be made in the bank of time.
We’ve all had reveries about living the lives of our favorite rich rappers and how their money could solve a lot of our everyday problems.
Although cash can help with many issues, most of our biggest problems stems from our health, not our wealth.
This new documentary is narrated by Quincy Jones III, titled “Feel Rich: Health is Wealth.”
Award winning director Peter Spirer gives an inside look into the world of entertainment and the importance of health, which many rappers frequently promote.
For instance, Styles P have has his “Juices for Life” brand which helps the urban communities battle back against the cycle of bad eating options.
“Anybody who likes the Hip-Hop culture if they not on that health path, there’s somebody in the ear right now, as we speak, telling them, you better get on the health path. Look outside, don’t be blind” – Styles P.
Fat Joe has lost his larger-than-life frame and credits Big Pun with inspiring him to be in better shape, Lil Yachty doesn’t drink or smoke, and neither does Kendrick Lamar.
On any given day, one can check out Instagram to watch popular rappers like ScHoolboy Q, Jim Jones and Game pump some iron.
“Feel Rich: Health is Wealth” features the perspectives of icons like Russell Simmons, Quincy Jones, Common, and various other high profile artists who take on the subject.
Listen to the words of some the Hip-Hop game’s most influential and successful artist as they all seem to ring the same.
If you really want to feel rich, you can start now for free. Because health, truly is wealth.
Check “Feel Rich: Health is Wealth” when the full documentary drops on May 23, 2017.