The evolution of Migos has been one to watch in Hip-Hop over the years. Nearly a decade since being signed to Quality Control, the trio has yet to be knocked out of their spot. As previously reported by AfroTech, each member’s respective consistency has garnered them a combined estimated net worth of $80 million.
Oct 7, 2022
Chris Webber is accelerating his efforts in the cannabis industry. View this post on Instagram A post shared by PLAYERS ONLY (@playersonlylifestyle)
Aug 12, 2022
Quavo Huncho is bringing the smoke to his hometown of Atlanta — literally. The rapper, born Quavious Keyate Marshall, has partnered with Smoke World Co. to disrupt the stigma associated with the industry. This is the first significant partnership for the company, which provides consumers with the best products, customer service, and build-outs, all while encouraging safe consumption. “Quavo is not only my brother but a leader and pinnacle in the community. We’ve been working on this partnership for a while and are glad to share it with the world,” said a spokesperson for Smoke World Co. in an official release of the news. “We’re acquiring ownership in the same communities we grew up in and educating the youth.”
Jul 13, 2022
Quavo and The Game are switching lanes. In statements released by both rappers, they revealed that they are now playable characters in NBA 2K22. “What’s happening? It’s Quavo. I am officially a playable character in 2k22. I’m very excited. Complete challenges to unlock my MyTEAM player card,” Quavo said on Instagram. View this post on Instagram A post shared by QuavoHuncho (@quavohuncho) In addition, Ronnie Singh will also be joining Quavo and The Game as the first playable celebrities on NBA 2K. “Yooooo…. So check this. I’m the first celebrity along with @quavohuncho & @ronnie2k to be playable by fans. Put me on your squad along with the greatest players in NBA history in @NBA2K by completing spotlight challenges and earning my card,” The Game wrote on Twitter. https://twitter.com/thegame/status/1494014843279470597?s=20&t=F6sz7bdvhY22qxpnSBJe5g
Feb 18, 2022
Triller continues to pledge its support for Black creators. In a press release, the company announced its Assembly for Black Creators, an initiative that will bring together more than 250 Black content creators and major brands — including Popeyes and Hallmark — with an overall goal of helping the parties form relationships to create branded content. “We started this effort with a deep appreciation of the huge impact Black Creators have had on culture and content around the world. With this series, we are catalyzing the need for brands, agencies, and media properties to invest in Black creators and media owners,” said Mahi de Silva , CEO of TrillerNet, parent company to Triller, Verzuz, Amplify.ai, and other media brands in an official statement. “Events like the Assembly for Black Creators are essential for pushing important industry-wide change, as it is scalable and repeatable, deploys spend directly to individuals and brands, and helps create a thriving ecosystem of media,...
Oct 18, 2021
For Quavo, getting to the money never stops. The rapper shared that he has partnered with sportswear brand, Legends, where he’s acquired a minority stake in the company that includes investors like Matt Barnes, Willie McGinest, Steve Nash, and Baker Mayfield, reports Complex . View this post on Instagram Humbled to announce our latest investor and collaborator. @quavohuncho. Since 2018, we’ve worked with Quavo to merge culture and sports through product creation, building youth athletic programs, and hosting philanthropic events. Together, we’ll continue to introduce high-quality performance apparel that helps the next generation of athletes look and feel good on and off the court. We’re just getting started. Now, we can officially say WELCOME TO THE FAM. #WeAreLegends A post shared by Legends (@legends) on Nov 10, 2020 at 10:07am PST “I’m excited to officially be a part of the Legends family,” he said, according to Complex. “Legends is about striving to be the best no matter...
Nov 12, 2020