Black artists’ influence on the art market has never been greater than it is today. “I bought some artwork for one million Two years later, that shit worth two million Few years later, tha
Everyone can feel the power of the du-rag.
Like Jigga, he now owns a whiskey and a bubbly brand, and, like Hov, hopes to profit as well.
The biggest thing stopping people from achieving their success is fear of failure.
Know that there’s nothing better than investing in living black artists, ya dig.
If you want anything life, you have to hustle for it. Straight up!
Diddy isn’t just a rap mogul, he’s a cultural icon. He also has three sons who want to create their own legacies.
Diddy is an ageless wonder.
The call for Black entrepreneurship has been loud in the urban and hip-hop community over the past couple of years.
Diddy was vouching for integrity.