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Hip Hop Legends Recast Celebrity, Leverage and Transform into Savvy Entrepreneurs

More times than not in the today’s media black men are portrayed in a negative light and the music industry sometimes gets that same stigma but the combination of black men in music and with the recent headlines have been ! The good news is that there are a large group of black men in music who are doing power business moves not just in the United States but across the globe.

Just like 77% of all Americans it’s early morning and I’m checking my Instagram feed and I come across a post from Diddy, Puff, Sean Combs or one of his many other monikers. You could easily consider his eyes and tell he was having a rough time even before you hit the play button. He started to speak and his words had so much passion on (see the rest of the story on Blogwallet.com)


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