David Banner chopped it up with the folks over at Forbes. Although he was late for the interview, he spoke on punctuality, his marketing company, and inner workings of the music business.
Behind Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady, Hov and Bey come in as the second highest-paid celebrity couple for this year’s
Jay-Z returns to the top of the Forbes‘ Hip-Hop Cash King list ranking in an estimated $37 million over the past year. Rounding out the top three are Diddy ($35 million) and Kanye West ($16 million). Hip-hop’s reigning Cash King continues to reap the benefits of a 10-year $150 million Live Nation deal, as well as stakes in the New Jersey Nets, the 40/40 Club chain, ad firm Translation and others. This year marked the first time he out-earned wife […]
This is basically the transcription to Jay-Z and Warren Buffet’s video interview. The photographs were snapped at the Hollywood Diner in Omaha, Nebraska. Man, that waiter must’ve gotten one helluva tip. Aside from the cover story, the issue is an overall excellent read. Spend the $5.99 and cop it on newsstands now.
“Got the Forbes on my living room floor and I’m so close to the cover fucker I want more…” So that’s what this was about. Congrats to Mr. Carter for gracing Forbes front page with the second richest man in America. You know, light work. Ha! Issue hits newsstands tomorrow. Check out footage of the bigwigs choppin’ it up here.