21 Savage dropped by GGN with Snoop Dogg recently promoting his album and hit single “Bank Account."
When it comes to being healthy, we usually think of our physical well-being. But what about your "financial health?"
How in the world can an artist who is touring the world, going in and out of recording studios and dating models possibly manage, and watch all of that money?
Read like Mark Zuckerberg, and maybe you'll make a few billion. It sure won't hurt anything even if you don't.
In 2015, Lil Boosie saw opportunities in not just buying or selling real estate, but in actually building the properties.
Since the beginning, 50 has garnered the respect of CEOs and gangsters alike, and there is no one better on the block or in the boardroom to collaborate with.
It should go without saying, but financing debt after the fact is a lot more costly than saving up ahead of time. Yet, given the number of people who go into debt to travel, the message does not seem to be getting through.
Professor Ken’s reveals his rules for “prosperity over popularity"...
If you're sacrificing for the sake of your art, the struggle can be real. But if you're smart, you don't have to struggle so much. Case in point: a new affordable housing project is underway in West Philadelphia, just for artists.
Giving thoughtful gifts, spending time with family and eating good is always fun. However, there's also that dark side. The aggravation surfaces in some people as you fight your way through long lines, or listen to people bicker over money they don't have for the gifts they wish they could buy.
Memphis, Tennessee based record label Stax was forced into bankruptcy this week in December of 1975. The label that once had Otis Redding, The Staple Singers, Isaac Hayes, Booker T. The M.G.s and others was suddenly broke. What happened? Big issues with the business began to surface in May of 1968, when owner Jim Stewart refused to re-sign a distribution deal with Atlantic Records and terminated the agreement after Atlantic was sold to Warner Bros - Seven Arts.
"The sale of Once Upon a Time in Shaolin was agreed upon in May, well before Martin Shkreli's business practices came to light"- Wu-Tang group member RZA
Having to pay off a $28.5 million judgment is a huge task, but as you will see below, fighting the judgements is costing 50 Cent a pretty penny as well. Accountants for the bankruptcy law firm Zeisler & Zeisler are overseeing some of the financial aspects of 50's bankruptcy. The firm recently submitted their invoices to the court in regards to the ongoing case.
Nestled in between the disses of Rick Ross (and now Vivica Fox) are pictures of 50 showing off a bottle of the world's most expensive champagne. He's saving for New Year’s Eve.
There's no way Russell Simmons' RushCard knew the serious impact transferring vendors would have on its business or customers. And it's also doubtful someone as conscious as Russell Simmons would knowingly steal anything, let alone someone's hard earned money.
UMUC is eliminating textbooks for their 84,000 students. But everyone else still has to buy and sell their books this semester. Here are some great tips to save from a great rapper, Marchitect!
How the school year begins can dictate how it ends, so starting off with and maintaining the right focus is critical. If we only consider tuition and books when budgeting for the year, it's going to be a long 12 months of ramen noodles and grub from the local dollar store.
Berklee College of Music Professor John Kellogg was watching the movie "Next Friday" when he heard his music being sampled. That led him to teach a FREE course from Berklee on the music business.
What’s wrong with Wall Street’s portfolio managers? The numbers govern everything – at the expense of common sense. They just don’t keep it real…like Snoop Dogg.
Whoaa! Could Jay Z's Deal Be In Jeopardy? Shareholders want some answers regarding Aspiro's sale!