What is Lady Gaga's Net Worth: Does She Own a Company Now?
Lady Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, began as a musical prodigy at the age of four. At this early age she played piano exceptionally. At the age of 14, she gave her debut performance in a nightclub in New York City, launching her music career.
Top 15 Richest Rappers in Hollywood and their Net Worth
Rap artists worldwide are making enormous amounts of money because of the hip-hop industry's continued expansion. A select few names frequently arise in the realm of rap music regardless of whether they are the richest, most well-liked, or best-selling musicians.
Rapper Busta Rhymes Releases New EP 'The Fuse Is Lit'
Busta Rhymes' released his new project, ‘The Fuse Is Lit,’ on Friday, 18th November, to positive reviews.The new EP from Busta was rated ‘Very Hottttt,’ in an editor review by rap culture website ‘HotNewHipHop.’Busta Rhymes is said to have released the new project after encouragement from Funk Flex, who has been pressuring artists from various generations to drop new music.Flex features on Busta’s lead single, ‘Slap,’ alongside Big Daddy Kane and Conway the Machine.The EP features five new songs for East Coast OG Busta to rhyme on.The project showcases the rapper’s ability and some of his slick bars proves he still got huge talent.New York artists Swizz Beatz and Capella Grey also assist Busta on tracks in addition to those on the single ‘Slap.’Jamaican dancehall jammer Skillibeng also assists Busta on a lively dancehall inspired track.
Big Sean and Jhene Aiko Have Their First Child
Rapper Big Sean and his partner Jhené Aiko have announced that they had their first child together this week.The couple revealed the news with a montage of photos on each of their Instagram profiles on Friday, 18th November.The couple announced that they named their firstborn son Noah after he was born on the 8th of November.Big Sean revealed some details of the birth to fans in his post to the social media platform.“After 24 hours of Labor, A Lunar Eclipse, with rain from the beginning of labor til he was born, he’s here safe and sound,” the rapper wrote on his Instagram.“Happy, Healthy and everything we could ever ask for and more. Any and everything for you Son,” he added.Singer Jhené Aiko gave her fans a similar reveal on her own Insta page, adding a few pet names for the pair’s newborn baby.“My baby Yoda, my Sani,” she said of her son.
Mary J. Blige Announces She has Written a Children's Book
Hip hop legend Mary J. Blige has announced that she will be release her first children’s book. This first kid’s book that she has written is set to be titled, ‘Mary Can!’The musical artist took to social media to announce her debut into the world of books.On Instagram, the star revealed her “BIG NEWS,” posting the cover art for the new book.The children’s work is illustrated by artist Ashleigh Corrin and is set to be released for sale in stores on 28th March of next year.“I’m so excited to share some BIG NEWS with you!!! I wrote a book for kids and it is available for preorder TODAY!” Blige wrote on Instagram.
Ludacris Advocates for Black-Owned Businesses in New Song
West Coast rap legend Ludacris had teamed up with tech giant Google to release his new single, ‘Buying All Black,’ with an interactive music video.The song and video from the three-time Grammy winner features Flo Milli and 70 Black-owned businesses.The release of the production comes in time to celebrate the third yearly US-wide campaign known as ‘Black-owned Friday,’ this week.The interactive video sees Ludacris transported to different Black-owned businesses through the rapper’s Google searches. The various wares sold by each Black business featured are highlighted during the video — including the clothing donned by Ludacris and Flo Milli in the production.
Roddy Ricch Buys Groceries for Shoppers in his Hometown
Roddy Ricch gave back to his city of Los Angeles this week by paying for some residents’ groceries.It seems the LA rapper has taken the title of his ‘Feed Tha Streets,’ mixtape series quite literally by paying for customers’ shopping at a local supermarket in his hometown.The Compton rapper got on the loudspeaker of a local grocery store and let customers by know he’d be paying for all of their shopping for the day.Ricch has turned Good Samaritan as the Thanksgiving holiday approaches in the USA while inflation rises in the country.The following no is what the rapper announced on the supermarket’s P.A system.“It’s Roddy Ricch, if I got any shoppers in here we just came through to pay for anybody’s groceries for the next 30 minutes,” he told the shoppers.“If you got your groceries and you want us to pay for them and help y’all out,” he announced on the sound system.“We here for y’all, make your way to the register — we got y’all and we appreciate y’all. We love (Los Angeles), happy holidays,” he said.The rapper’s generosity went on to help out many shoppers, who were left touched by his gesture.“Thank you so much, I just wanna cry right now,” one female shopper said. “This is a blessing today,” another said.
GloRilla Announces 2023 Tour Following Release of New Album
GloRilla has announced her inaugural tour following the release of her debut album, ‘Anyways, Life’s Great...’ this week.The album, featuring the single ‘Tomorrow 2,’ with Cardi B, was released last Friday, 11th November.The tour of the US will include shows at 16 different cities across the country in 2023.The tour will begin in Charlotte, North Carolina and finish in Glorilla’s hometown of Memphis, Tennessee.So far, official dates have been released for all venues on the countrywide tour barring the final show. GloRilla took to social media to share the news with her many fans.“SO EXCITED I’m going on my VERY FIRST TOUR!” she wrote on Instagram on Wednesday, 17th November.“Get the presale code when you join my Discord (gorilla emojis). Presale starts 11/17 @ 10AM local time.,” she said.“Public on sale Friday, Nov 18 at 10AM Local. BIG GLO & GANG EM COMING TO UR CITY !,” she added in the post.
Fat Joe Believes He Should Have Won Grammy in 2017
Fat Joe believes he should have been awarded a Grammy in 2017.The New York rapper has said that he feels he was robbed of what would have been his first Grammy by Chicago’s Chance the Rapper.Fat Joe and Remy Ma’s hot single “All the Way Up” alongside rapper French Montana was nominated for the Best Rap Performance at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards,Unfortunately for Joey Crack and his colleagues, they eventually lost out to Chance’s hit song “No Problem” featuring Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz, from Chance’s ‘Coloring Book’ album.The performance of “No Problem” would go on to win Best Rap Performance for 2017.Fat Joe’s “All the Way Up” also competed with Drake’s super hit “Hotline Bling” for Best Rap Song, and lost out in that category too.In a new interview with men’s fashion magazine, GQ, Fat Joe spoke about his belief that “All the Way Up” should’ve taken home the award over Chance’s “No Problem.”
Lil Durk Wants To End the Violence in Chicago
Lil Durk has said he wants to play a part in ending Chicago’s sequence of violence. In a new interview with Rolling Stone magazine, the ‘Chi City’ rapper expressed his thoughts on rap music and violence and claimed that he would no longer make reference to the deceased in any of his future rap songs.Durk said that he wanted to stop the ongoing gang violence in his native city’s altogether.“I’m going to start by getting the city together,” Lil Durk said. “To do my part to slow down the violence,” the rapper added.Later in the interview, Durk spoke about his upbringing in the city and revealed that he experienced immense some really bad days before he recently hit his 30th birthday this year. He spoke about how he wanted to play a part in halting violence by not rapping about the topic any more in his music.Instead, Durk shared his ambition of becoming a more business focused man.“Even if you do 99 percent of sh*t right, you still got 1 percent of the demons with you,” Lil Durk stated in the interview. “You get angry fast, and one reply can f**k up a billion dollars,” he shared, “That’s why I’m not saying names no more [in my music].” “I ain’t speaking on the dead no more — none of that,” Durk added.Lil Durk spoke about his hopes for the future.“I’m not chasing death no more,” Durk said.“I’m chasing a billion dollars,” the rapper said, “I want our kids to grow up safe and sound, to be able to have fun, to have a real life.”
15 of the Most Expensive Yachts Owned by Hollywood Celebrities
Being a celebrity entitles you to a few lovely benefits, which typically go along with their high salaries.From collecting trendy fashion outfits from designers like Gucci, Prada, and Chanel, to purchasing a yacht, there are probably one of the priciest and most sought-after advantages of celebrity life.
Nas to Perform 'King's Disease' Trilogy Live in Unique NYC Show
New York Rapper Nas is set to perform a one-off show in his home city where he will perform his 'King's Disease,' trilogy of albums in its entirety.The news comes after the rap legend released 'King's Disease III,' produced by Hit-Boy, on Friday.Shortly after its release, the album was placed at number one on the iTunes music charts.Riff magazine rated the Mass Appeal-released album 9/10 in its recent review, arguing that 'Nas maintains his reign with ‘King’s Disease III.’Describing the project, the magazine details that 'Nas spends most of this album reflecting on his youth and rise to superstardom, the naïveté of new artists and the ever-present significance that mortality holds over all of us.'Nas announced that the special performance will take place on the 24th February 2023 at the famous Madison Square Garden venue in New York city.The rapper took to social media to announce the news to his fans, sharing a concert poster on Instagram with the following captions:'King's disease Trilogy - one night only @thegarden 2.24,' the post said.