As DJ Khaled might say during one of his epic Snapchat posts, they don’t want you to you be on the cover of magazines. Well, in the Miami producer’s case, the mysterious “they” couldn’t stop him from covering the latest edition of Bloomberg Businessweek.
The last person anyone would assume is a champion of the “All Lives Matter” counterattack to the Black Lives Matter might have been the RZA. Yet, the de facto leader of the Wu-Tang Clan most certainly took that stance and even hopped into his respectability politics bag which angered many across social media.
With a net worth that hovers around $500 million, Jay-Z is one of very few rap artists that can boast of untold riches while calling out false claims. To hammer the point home, a graphic chart featuring rappers and their cash-promoting rhymes highlights that some of them aren’t telling the truth about their earnings.
We’ll say it again and again, Polo Ralph Lauren is the most Hip-Hop clothing brand, even if it was never even intended for Hip-Hop heads. Bloomberg TV’s Game Changers program will be profiling Ralph Lauren, born Ralph Lifshitz, tonight (October 25th) at 9:30PM and the episode will take an in depth look at the ridiculously […]
Basketball legend and entrepreneur Magic Johnson is reportedly making plans to make a huge business move. Magic is believed to be in talks to buy Johnson Publishing Co., the publishing company responsible for popular Black magazines Ebony and Jet. If a deal is worked out, Magic Johson’s Magic Johnson Enterprises which has partnerships with T.G.I. […]