E-40 continues to expand his beverage empire. He has launched a new spirits brand in Tycoon Vodka this wee

E-40 recently donated $100,000 to his alma mater Grambling State University, which unveiled The Earl “E-40” Stevens Sound Recording studio.


The Golden State Warriors were honored by the White House for their 2021-2022 NBA championship, and Oakland's rap icons were also on hand for the ceremony. Too Short, E-40, Mistah F.A.B., and Sway Calloway were in attendance at the ceremony held by President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

Viewed as one of the savviest business minds in Hip-Hop, the Bay Area boss retrieves more revenue with the launch of his new Goon With The Spoon ice cream brand.

Rose, who is the host of the Renaissance Man podcast, invited the prolific and entertaining E-40 to the show where the pair talked about music, 40 Water's many business ventures, VERZUZ, and much more.

Saturday was all about Town Bidness on Saturday night as Verzuz took its breakout streaming platform west to showcase two of the Bay Area's legendary titans for the final battle of 2020.

The friendly clash between the Bay Area veterans is set to go down Saturday (Dec. 19) night.


Yesterday the Bay Area legends took to social media to announce their upcoming face-off which will definitely serve as a history lesson in pimpin' and fast flows for millennials who aren't up on just how important The Town was to the rap game a few decades ago.


Way before Steph Curry was the apple of Dell Curry’s eye or Kevin Durant tattooed Tupac on his thigh for whatever reason, E-40 had the Bay Area getting hphy like a MF and all these decades later he’s still doing his part to keep it live as can be.

For some time now, Chamillionaire has thrived within the venture capital world and as an entrepreneur in residence with the Upfront Ventures. The Texas rapper is now teaming up with fellow artist and businessman E-40 and investment platform Republic for a new contest that will award thousands to an up and coming start-up business.

E-40 is playing no games when it comes of the use of his classic, copyrighted material. The Bay Area legend sent an author a cease and desist over his use of “Captain Save A Hoe” as the title of his book without permission. 

Hoes shouldn’t be saved and E-40’s intellectual property should not be infringed upon. The Bay Area legend is suing an author for jacking his classic song “Captain Save A Hoe.”