There’s been a long-running debate in society on whether money brings happiness. Based on an interview with Wallo267, it’s apparent that he’s on the opposing side.
May 26, 2023
Wallo267 has never shied away from being transparent about how his time in prison has shaped him. After serving 20 years in prison, the podcaster and Internet personality was determined to be successful. Photo Credit: Paras Griffin
Dec 16, 2022
Ice Cube appears to value relationships over almost everything.
Nov 23, 2022
Society would want us to believe that it is not “manly” to cry. Whatever that antiquated notion is supposed to mean holds no real value. Human beings, no matter how they identify, are emotional beings. So whether it’s due to anger, sadness, shock, or pure joy — crying is a normal healthy behavior that should be embraced, not shamed. Rapper and podcast host Gillie Da King held back no tears at what seems to be the signing of a new, lucrative contract alongside his cousin and co-host, Wallo, for their show Million Dollaz Worth of Game.
Oct 21, 2022
The conversation around Fivio Foreign’s deal with Mase’s RichFish Records continues to unravel.
Aug 1, 2022
Mase has been outspoken for a long time on the alleged harm Diddy has caused to Bad Boy Records’ artists. "Thank you Puff, you know he paid for that right? I got you n****, I heard you loud and clear." – Mase Clearly Mase and Diddy still not on good terms 😂 pic.twitter.com/nFzvod4CUd — NigelDPresents (@NigelDPresents) May 15, 2022 Now, it appears that the rapper himself may not be in the clear when it comes to his track record as a businessman.
Jul 26, 2022
If working smarter and not harder were a person, it could very well be 21 Savage. The rapper, born Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph, hit the music industry with his late 2014 hit “Picky” featured on the 2015 mixtape, “The Slaughter Tape,” and continues to be a force in the game. Whether he’s sliding on features with Hip-Hop giants like Drake or lacing us with hits from his own projects, 21 Savage has solidified his place in the industry, even in ways beyond the music. In 2018, the rapper launched his Bank Account financial literacy program in order to help underserved youth learn more about money management. Today, he continues to lead the charge as one of the few artists who own the rights to his masters. During a recent appearance on Gillie Da King and Wallo’s “Million Dollaz Worth Of Game” podcast, he explains how owning the rights to his music has proven to be very lucrative for his career. View this post on Instagram A post shared by KING GILLIE (@gillie_da_king)
Sep 1, 2021