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10 Power Players Using Their Platforms On Social Media To Encourage The Black Community To Level Up Their Finances

Musiq Soulchild penned a song with the lyrics, “Soon as I get my money right, I’ma take good care you.” While the neo-soul singer talked about the financial responsibility of supporting a romantic partner, there is a conviction in the song centered around taking the necessary steps toward financial health. The internet is bombarded daily with thoughts and ideas on obtaining wealth and what it means to get in your financial bag. And with the freedom the internet provides, there is little to no guidance on who can share what type of information. However, in the flurry of folks vying for attention, several people have the dedicated goal to offer practical, tried, and factual information that can take a person from where they are to where they want to be financially. The next time you seek advice around budgeting, investing, estate planning, and saving, here’s who you need to tap in with.

Josh Rodgers

May 4, 2023

Quinta Brunson Went From Memes To A Deal With ABC After A Network 'Didn't Understand The Value' Of Her Work

The year 2022 has been a stellar one for Quinta Brunson. Along with winning an Emmy for Outstanding Writing For a Comedy Series, the actress, producer, writer, and showrunner’s hit mockumentary show “Abbott Elementary” has brought in record-breaking ratings.

Ngozi Nwanji

Dec 21, 2022

Jay Versace Went From The Face Of Popular Memes To Producer On SZA’s Highly Anticipated ‘SOS'

Pivots can be life-changing, especially when it’s into what you’re passionate about. In 2020, Jay Versace went from being a viral social media star to a music producer.

Ngozi Nwanji

Dec 9, 2022

Shanquella Robinson's Mom Credits Black Social Media Users For Amplifying Her Daughter's Case

The power of Black social media isn’t one to be underestimated. In comparison to their white counterparts, Black women are disproportionately covered in mainstream media when tragedy arises. However, it wasn’t the case for Shanquella Robinson. According to NBC News, Salamondra Robinson, mother of Shanquella, credited Black social media users for spreading the word about her daughter’s passing .

Ngozi Nwanji

Nov 28, 2022