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Steph Curry, James Harden, MAC Cosmetics — Here Are Seven NFTs To Keep An Eye On

As the monetization of products, services, and untraditional items increases, so does the rise and popularity of non-fungible tokens (NFTs). Many people are going full force with developing NFTs for art, music, and even tweets . Whatever the subject of the NFT, it does not appear that the phenomenon is going to stop any time soon. While some financial experts are still on the fence about the long-term sustainability of NFTs, the continuing financial implications seem stable for the future. As the second quarter of 2022 carries on, the hype and fluidity of NFTs are strong as ever. Tap into these NFT collections and projects we’ve had our eyes on.

Apr 18, 2022

Ain't Nobody Loves Them Better: A Look Into Chaka Khan's Family, Fame, And Fortune Of $30M

Chaka Khan is known as the Queen of Funk. From her time in Rufus to her modern hits, the woman born Yvette Stevens in Chicago, IL, according to Biography, has been entertaining us for generations. One of her most recognizable songs, says PlanetRadio, is her 1983 hit, “Ain’t Nobody.” The song hit No. 1 on the Billboard R&B charts and went to No. 22 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. Her songs have also been sampled in the world of Hip-Hop, too. Her 1984 hit, “Through the Fire,” has been infamously sampled by none other than Kanye West, who turned it into “Through the Wire” from his groundbreaking album, “The College Dropout.” And of course, everyone knows Whitney Houston’s version of the Chaka Khan classic, “I’m Every Woman,” from “The Bodyguard” soundtrack (Legends covering legends!). All told, Celebrity Net Worth reveals that she’s amassed a $30 million net worth over the course of her illustrious career. And now, her children — and even her grandchildren! — are carrying on her...

ICYMI: Rick Ross Says He Still Doesn't Understand Multiplication

Back in September 2021, AfroTech sat down with none other than Rick Ross, and we learned some pretty important lessons. But one of the things that consistently stood out was his comment that he “didn’t understand math.” “I was a jackass,” Rick Ross told us at the time. “Without a doubt, I was a comedian, I had a good sense of humor. I was the funny dude and all that. And I don’t think it was just because I naturally wanted to be, but [because] I didn’t know the answers to the questions and all the stuff [the teachers were] writing on the wall.” He then went on to explain that though he still doesn’t understand multiplication to this day, he knows enough to surround himself with a team to make up where he falls short. “I may be the head of this empire, but all of these people make up the backbone,” he said. “A backbone consists of many vertebrae, and if just one of them is out of alignment, the whole body suffers.” In other words, it’s important to always have the right people around...