Zodiac signs are a popular indicator of people’s vibes, personality traits, and work ethic.

Regardless of how people feel about the predictive nature of astrology, what can’t be denied is the interesting grouping of people that exist within the respective zodiac cohorts. And, like everything else, there are some dope Black people doing extraordinary things in every category.

Capricorns — people born between Dec. 21 and Jan. 21 — are perfect examples of those who are killing the game when it comes to business.  However, Vice may have described them best as “level-headed, hard-working, down-to-earth people, but get to know them better, and a party animal may be let loose.”


Check out this list of notable Capricorns holding it down for their fellow zodiac family, who either have achieved or are well on their way to GOAT status.

1. John Legend - December 28

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Singer, songwriter, and musician, Legend has taken his skill set beyond the piano.

The EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) awardee has an impressive real estate portfolio. Legend is also listed on CrunchBase as an individual investor in at least seven different companies, including Gobbler and Thrive Market.

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2. LeBron James – December 30

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There are no NBA conversations about GOAT status without mentioning LeBron James, and the superstar is making his claim on and off the court.

James has won NBA championships, but it’s outside of the arenas that led him to billionaire status. James has invested in sports teams, has a signature shoe deal with Nike, and leads his own production company, among many other brand deals and partnerships.

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3. Tiger Woods - December 30

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Woods is best known for his athletic prowess on the golf course, but his moves outside of the sport led him to billionaire status.

Some of his business ventures include a tech-infused golf league and serving as the CEO of Tiger Woods Ventures, TGR Live (an event production company), and TRG Design (a golf course design firm).

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4. Laila Ali – December 30

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The daughter of arguably the greatest boxer in history, Laila Ali blazed her own trail in the boxing ring bringing in 21 knockouts over the course of her career.

In addition to boxing, Ali launched a lifestyle brand that offers food products, skincare products, and health supplements.

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5. Blue Ivy Carter – January 7

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You are never too young to boss up, and Blue Ivy Carter is a prime example. Carter has seemingly been taken notes from her larger-than-life parents.

In 2020, she won a Grammy Award for contributing to her mom’s song, “Brown Skin Girl.”

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6. Lewis Hamilton – January 7

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There isn’t much Black representation in NASCAR, but Hamilton is among the few, and he’s a force to be reckoned with. When he is not speed racing, Hamilton serves as part of the ownership group for the Denver Broncos. He also invested in companies like Zapp and Bowery Farming.

7. Mary J. Blige – January 11

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Blige is the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul and essential to Black culture. With hits like “Real Love,” “Family Affair,” and “Just Fine” — the singer/songwriter has won nine Grammy Awards. Blige has a wine line called Sun Goddess Wines and a partnership with Hologic, a med-tech company.

8. Lori Harvey - January 13

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Lori Harvey may bear her father’s last name, but she has forged her own trail.

Through Harvey Ventures, the model and socialite has invested in several companies like MOON Ultra and Brotha Bakes.

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9. Shonda Rhimes – January 13

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There was a moment in time when ABC’s “Scandal” had all of Twitter in a chokehold. The brain behind this phenomenon is Shonda Rhimes. With several successful shows under her Shondaland portfolio, Rhimes is currently in a massive deal with Netflix. She’s also the self-proclaimed highest-paid showrunner in Hollywood.

10. Michelle Obama – January 17

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Coined as the forever First Lady, Obama gripped the hearts of millions with her intellect, authenticity, and relatability.

A former attorney, Obama advocated for children’s health as the First Lady of the United States. Now out of the White House, the Chicago native is an accomplished author, podcast host, advocate, and public speaker.