Jay-Z Makes History Becoming The First Rapper To Become A Billionaire


Being alive in a time that’s a frothy mixture of everything both good and bad, it’s uniquely a light of hope when one supersedes their own dream and setting the tone that there is indeed light throughout the tunnel as well. Shawn ‘Jay-Z’ Carter is one of the most luxuriant professors when it comes to knowledge and structure to go the extra mile in effectively building a lasting legacy. Spreading awareness, philanthropy, and innovation the ‘Jiggaman’ truly leads by example. Today all with a hand-held device learned the magnificent of consistency learning that Mr. Carter became the first Rapper to become a Billionaire.

Putting a plentiful meaning behind ‘Icon,’ Jay-Z started assembling a foundation of persistency in his early 20’s with a raw rap career about the hard-knocks and hustle of coming up in New York City. Taking all that the streets offered him, he moved in stride to gas his talents and multiply his plate from little to nothing into 10-figures. Through the melodies of his extensive catalogue of music, he whisked us through real life tribulations and struggles of the Black man pressing to survive and conquering obstacles of a giant. Fast-Forwarding to today, Mr. Carter has a boundless portfolio including “14 No. 1 albums, 22 Grammy awards,” liquor (Armand de Brignac, D’Ussé), real estate, Fortune 500 investments, and his personal business like Tidal and Roc Nation and more, respectively.

Cheers to the Business, man himself and much more continued success and a pillar of hope and determination for the Culture!

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