Showing posts with label hip hop. Show all posts
Showing posts with label hip hop. Show all posts

Sunday, September 25, 2016

50 Cents used to carry $25K on him...

Before bankruptcy, 50 Cent used to carry $25,000 in his back pocket just in case.

Hip hop king 50 Cent used to carry $25,000 on him but now, post-bankruptcy, he only carry $5,000.

50 Cents fifty 100 dollar bills wad in his pocket
50 Cent carry a wad of fifty $100 bills in his pocket.
Down to earth, 50 Cent now carry only fifty $100 bills. 


Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Ice-T jewelry

Ice-T said he stopped wearing jewelry... But take a look at this watch!!!

Ice-T ostentatious wrist watch
"I stopped wearing jewelry about 5 yrs ago.. Just a watch. I stopped wanting to LOOK like a rapper."
Ice-T via Twitter

Thursday, September 8, 2016

48 laws of power hip hop

We all know that most successful rappers are also acumen businessmen.

Hip-Hop Bible: '48 Laws of Power'

The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene
 is a very popular book in the business-wise Hip Hop communauty. 
Also for ghetto crack dealers.

· Law 1 Never Outshine the Master
· Law 2 Never put too Much Trust in Friends, Learn how to use Enemies
· Law 3 Conceal your Intentions
· Law 4 Always Say Less than Necessary
· Law 5 So Much Depends on Reputation – Guard it with your Life
· Law 6 Court Attention at all Cost
· Law 7 Get others to do the Work for you, but Always Take the Credit
· Law 8 Make other People come to you – use Bait if Necessary
· Law 9 Win through your Actions, Never through Argument
· Law 10 Infection: Avoid the Unhappy and Unlucky
· Law 11 Learn to Keep People Dependent on You
· Law 12 Use Selective Honesty and Generosity to Disarm your Victim
· Law 13 When Asking for Help, Appeal to People’s Self-Interest, Never to their Mercy or Gratitude
· Law 14 Pose as a Friend, Work as a Spy
· Law 15 Crush your Enemy Totally
· Law 16 Use Absence to Increase Respect and Honor
· Law 17 Keep Others in Suspended Terror: Cultivate an Air of Unpredictability
· Law 18 Do Not Build Fortresses to Protect Yourself – Isolation is Dangerous
· Law 19 Know Who You’re Dealing with – Do Not Offend the Wrong Person
· Law 20 Do Not Commit to Anyone
· Law 21 Play a Sucker to Catch a Sucker – Seem Dumber than your Mark
· Law 22 Use the Surrender Tactic: Transform Weakness into Power
· Law 23 Concentrate Your Forces
· Law 24 Play the Perfect Courtier
· Law 25 Re-Create Yourself
· Law 26 Keep Your Hands Clean
· Law 27 Play on People’s Need to Believe to Create a Cultlike Following
· Law 28 Enter Action with Boldness
· Law 29 Plan All the Way to the End
· Law 30 Make your Accomplishments Seem Effortless
· Law 31 Control the Options: Get Others to Play with the Cards you Deal
· Law 32 Play to People’s Fantasies
· Law 33 Discover Each Man’s Thumbscrew
· Law 34 Be Royal in your Own Fashion: Act like a King to be treated like one
· Law 35 Master the Art of Timing
· Law 36 Disdain Things you cannot have: Ignoring them is the best Revenge
· Law 37 Create Compelling Spectacles
· Law 38 Think as you like but Behave like others
· Law 39 Stir up Waters to Catch Fish
· Law 40 Despise the Free Lunch
· Law 41 Avoid Stepping into a Great Man’s Shoes
· Law 42 Strike the Shepherd and the Sheep will Scatter
· Law 43 Work on the Hearts and Minds of Others
· Law 44 Disarm and Infuriate with the Mirror Effect
· Law 45 Preach the Need for Change, but Never Reform too much at Once
· Law 46 Never appear too Perfect
· Law 47 Do not go Past the Mark you Aimed for; In Victory, Learn when to Stop
· Law 48 Assume Formlessness

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Reasons Rappers Dont Succeed

Richest Highest Earning Hip Hop Rappers 2016

Dr. Dree, P. Diddy and Jay-Z

Diddy is the highest earning Hip Hop star in the US for the second year in a row. Other than 2014 when Dr Dre beat him to the top spot, he has been the highest earning in at least 5 years. Forbes today released it's annual Hip-Hop Cash Kings List, and Diddy, Jay Z, Dr Dre, Drake and Wiz Khalifa made the top 5. See the top 20 after the cut...

  1. Diddy ($62 million)
  2.  Jay-Z ($53.5 million)
  3. Dr. Dre ($41 million)
  4. Drake ($38.5 million)
  5. Wiz Khalifa ($24 million)
  6. Nicki Minaj ($20.5 million)
  7. Pitbull ($20 million)
  8. Pharrell Williams ($19.5 million)
  9. Kendrick Lamar ($18.5 million)
  10. Birdman ($18 million)
  11. Kanye West (17.5 million)
  12. DJ Khaled ($15million)
  13. Asap Rocky ($13 million)
  14. J Cole($14 million)
  15. Lil Wayne ($14 million)
  16. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis ($14 million)
  17. Snoop Dogg ($12.5million)
  18.  Eminem ($11million)
  19. Swizz Beatz ($10.5 million)
  20. Ludacris and Rick Ross (Tie) ($10million)

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Most Expensive Hip Hop Jewelry

Rick Ross’s Chain of His Face ($1,500,000)

Former correctional officer, self-proclaimed "BiggestBoss" and "Hood Billionaire", rapper and founder of Maybach Music Group has supposedly the most expensive bling of the entire hip hop community. 

Or maybe it's a FAKE just like his druglord gimmick!

As you may know a lot of the over-the-top jewelry that you see in hip hop videos are FAKE!!!

It is not everybody that have thousands of dollars to throw on expensive jewelry.

So most less fortunate rappers opt for the "fake it til you make it" option. Just in case they ever make it.

Interesting link:

Friday, April 29, 2016

7 Reasons Why a Drug Dealer is a Better Entrepreneur Than You

7 Reasons Why a Drug Dealer is a Better Entrepreneur Than You
Sebastian Dillon - May 13, 2014

Drug Dealers have usually always been looked-down upon within society, but if you take a closer look at some of today’s most successful entrepreneurs, they started out as drug dealers. Jay Z, P. Diddy, and 50 Cent all used drug dealing as a means of survival and reaching success.

Some studies have also shown that successful entrepreneurs and drug dealers are actually cut from the same cloth. In a paper titled “Drug dealing and legitimate self-employment,” economist Rob Fairlie notes a statistical relationships between being a teen drug dealer and being an entrepreneur as an adult. Fairlie argues that the same characteristics that lead people to become entrepreneurs as adults also lead them to be drug dealers as teenagers.

With that being said, here are seven reasons why a drug dealer is a better entrepreneur than you are.

They face way tougher competitors.
In the business world, a competitor can try to mess with you by offering lower prices or copying you. In the drug world, if you do things like accidentally selling in someone else’s corner, you potentially face pain and even death for you and your whole family. Dealing with situations like this while having to make sure your product is still good and your operations are running smoothly is something no startup entrepreneur will ever have to face. Take this Quora user’s account of his time as a drug dealer:

“I was threatened with knives. Once a guy with four spiked rings on his hand was a second from punching me in the face. I’ve had guns pointed at my head.”
As a startup founder, I think it’s safe to say that you’ll never have a gun pointed at your head, not literally at least.

They know the true meaning of risk-taking.
Say you build a startup, what is the WORST thing that can happen to you? Losing money? Bankruptcy? Getting a bad reputation? In the drug world, you’re not only constantly facing death, but you also risk getting caught and jailed. For someone that goes into drug dealing with this reality in mind, you know you are going absolutely all-in with hopes of seeing success.

Many millennial startup founders today have a safety-net, whether it’s their parents or a full-time job to handle. It’s rare to see something that is truly risking everything in order to succeed.

They’re laser-focused on the bottom-line.
Drug dealers have only one goal: to make Money. This is the core of why businesses succeed and survive.

Because of all the stories of startups getting acquired for billions of dollars with no revenue, entrepreneurs everywhere think they than start a company without thinking about how to make money at all. In a past interview with serial entrepreneur Scott Gerber, he explained:

“…I need more than enough people that are 18-20-somethings that simply say, “I’ll figure out the money equation later.” And I think that’s the stupidest way to think about business because at the end of the day, less than probably 2% of people that start a business are ever going to see a dollar of real investment money.”
Having passion is obviously great, but you will need to focus on the bottom-line longterm if you want your business to thrive.

They know that it’s all about the product.
People may buy from you the first time, but if your drugs suck or they feel ripped off, you won’t get repeat customers unless you’re completely scraping at the bottom of the barrel. Every successful business starts with a quality product so you need to spend a ton of time perfecting it. In the words of angel investor Jason Calacanis, “product speaks.” So when you’ve actually produced a top-notch product, it will market itself.

They know how to manage people.
Notorious drug kingpin Freeway Rick Ross was known for managing over 1000 drug dealers and was making $2 million a day back in his prime. How did he do it? He genuinely cared about people and always looked for ways to keep his subordinates happy.

“…when my guys would go to prison, I would try to go out and [try] to get the best attorney I could. I would try to bail them out of jail immediately, and do all the things that they needed to put their life back on track, because that’s the way I would’ve wanted for somebody to do for me.”
Being able to keep your team in check at all times while making sure they like working with you is a concept that many startup entrepreneurs today have yet to grasp. Take Clinkle founder Lucas Duplan for instance, he raised $30 million for his startup and is known for treating his employees like shit. One of his former employees goes as far as saying that working for him “was like going through an abusive relationship.”

They can sell and know customer service.
Let’s face it, as underground as the drug dealing business is, there are tons are people doing it. What is going to separate you from everyone else? Take some notes from Freeway Rick Ross:

“People buy from people they like, so in the drug business people came and bought from me because not only did I have good drugs, but they also like me. They wanted to see me do good, and when people want to see you do good, they’re going to help you. They would rather bring their Money to you because you treat them like somebody than go to this other guy who’s going to talk to him bad, cuss him out, slap them when they short. You know, my customers come to me and they were short, I would give them some on credit. And I think people appreciated that.”
This is customer service 101. Keeping your customers happy is not an easy thing to do, and I see many new businesses struggle with this. This is the reason Zappos is so successful- they make sure everything they do starts with great customer service.

They’re creative marketers.
When building a startup, it can be tough to budget out Money for paid advertising. When it comes to drug dealing, you don’t have the luxury of publicly promoting it even if you had the Money. So they have to resort to being more creative like researching and choosing the right places to sell, as well as networking with the right people to gain more customers. Lead generation is a huge challenge that many new startups have and I personally find it amazing how clueless entrepreneurs can be when it comes to it.

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Written by Sebastian Dillion


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Friday, December 18, 2015

Swagg Man > 100% Capitaliste

"Je soutiens les mecs qui font de l’oseille, tu vois. Légalement ou pas. L’important c’est d’en faire... Je soutiens la cause de ceux qui réussissent, peu importe comment."  -- Swagg Man


PYGOD pense la même chose!

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Swagg Man sur Comment être Riche

Swagg Man a republié un article sur "Comment être Riche"
Il devrait en écrire un sur comment avoir l'air riche.

comment devient-on riche en France en partant de rien?

Condition n° 1 :
pour devenir riche, il faut ... s’intéresser à son argent

Une évidence me direz-vous ... ? ...Pas si sûr ! Les personnes qui considèrent l’argent autrement que comme une résultante de leur activité professionnelle, qui regardent leur situation financière comme un domaine à part entière de leur vie, sont rares.
Or si votre richesse (absolue ou relative) peut effectivement provenir de votre activité professionnelle, elle peut tout aussi bien découler d’un loisir ou d’une passion (la cuisine, la photo, internet ...), de votre carnet d’adresses (en étant rémunéré en tant qu’intermédiaire) ou de l’intérêt que vous porterez aux investissements financiers ou à l’immobilier.
Pour les nombreuses options financières à votre disposition, il vous faudra d’abord apprendre à dissocier le travail et l’argent ; apprendre à vous intéresser à vos finances et leur consacrer du temps et de l’attention. Impossible de devenir riche si "l’argent ne vous intéresse pas" !

Condition n° 2 :
affirmer son envie

Au fond, tout le monde a envie d’être riche. Par héritage, par mariage ou en jouant au loto. Sans rien faire et surtout sans le dire ! Parce que vouloir gagner de l’argent et "devenir riche" est mal vu (depuis quand "riche" est-il devenu un gros mot ?) et forcément hasardeux (pas de succès garanti), nombreux sont ceux qui se contenteront d’en rêver et danseront en permanence un grand écart entre le discours ambiant (haro sur les riches !) et leur désir secret.
Le premier pas pour devenir riche : arrêter d’en vouloir aux riches ; arrêter de prétendre ne pas vouloir plus d’argent ; accepter des ambitions pour lesquelles l’argent sera le carburant ; accepter l’envie d’avoir ou de faire plus … et commencer à agir dans ce sens.
Sans nécessairement le proclamer haut et fort (un peu risqué par les temps qui courent) ... se l’avouer à soi-même suffira probablement - dans un premier temps !

Condition n° 3 :
Penser autrement

Peut-on devenir riche en pensant et en faisant comme tout le monde ? Définitivement non ... ! C’est LA condition essentielle pour espérer devenir riche un jour : penser autrement ; voir ce que les autres ne voient pas (le palais sous le tas de pierres) et agir différemment (acheter quand les autres vendent ... épargner quand tout nous incite à consommer ... investir dans une formation plutôt que dans une nouvelle voiture).
C’est aussi la raison pour laquelle il y a si peu de vrais candidats à la richesse : non pas que l’imagination et la créativité fassent défaut à la plupart d’entre nous, mais parce que penser et agir différemment signifient quitter la majorité pour une minorité, passer parfois pour un peu fou (ou folle) - et jouer les explorateurs sur des sentiers pas vraiment balisés.
Pas très rassurant et souvent dissuasif.
Pourtant, la richesse est au prix de l’indépendance et de la différence.

© 2014

Condition n° 4 :
investir et lâcher prise

On ne devient pas riche sans investir. De l’argent ou du temps. En matière de richesse, avoir de l’argent de côté est forcément un plus.
Mais notre argent n’est pas la seule ressource à notre disposition. Il en existe d’autres, qui le remplacent souvent avantageusement ... Pour n’en citer que quelques-unes : l’argent des autres ; notre temps ... et la plus importante d’entre toutes : la confiance.
Pourquoi prête-t-on davantage aux riches qu’aux moins riches ? Parce qu’on leur fait confiance ! Ils ont de l’argent, certes, mais ils ont aussi prouvé qu’ils savaient faire. Est-il nécessaire d’avoir de l’argent pour inspirer la confiance ? Non !
Mais au fait, que signifie "investir" ? Voici ma définition : investir, c’est mobiliser une ressource sans garantie sur le résultat. En prenant le risque que cette "dépense" (d’énergie ou d’argent) puisse être perdue.
Mais en espérant que nos calculs, nos projections, notre anticipation de l’avenir seront justes et porteront leurs fruits !
Et si devenir riche se résumait finalement à un acte de foi ? Une école du lâcher prise dont nous avions tous le secret à la naissance : lorsque nous avons lâché la main qui nous sécurisait pour apprendre à marcher seul (e) !

Swagg Man ☛ Sa fortune ? ☉ Mon hypothèse ☉ by ♣ Maxime Lourenço ♣ Swagg Man révèle l'origine de sa fortune !! 

De très gros sponsors dont il n'a pas le droit de dévoiler le nom???? Lol

Pour en savoir plus sur LE Swagg Man

Swagg Man

Swagg Man is another one of many hip hop rappers who claim to be a multi millionaire. Former prison guard Rick Ross claimed to be "rich off cocaine" while Swagg Man claims to be a multi millionaire international real estate investor owning palaces, villas, residences, high-class appartments, and restaurants all around the world.

Born on December 23 1988, Swagg Man debuted his YouTuber rapper rapper career on 2009 AFTER making a fortune buying and selling properties in Florida and Dubai. Which mean that if we believe his many bios in french and english all over the web. He would have already made it at the very young age of 20 as a high-profile real estate investor??? It sound like a pro wrestling gimmick to me.

Two questions to ask yourself.

Would you buy real estate from this man?

Would a banker finance this guy's investment project?

No and no. In fact, his look and attitude would be huge handicap in the conservative high-level business and finance world.

Thus plus becoming a big real estate playa before the age of 21. No way! Not without an head start from a rich and influent daddy. Billionaire real estate mogul and right-wing Republican candidate Donald Trump had his start that way. His father Fred Trump, an affluent New York city real estate developer, taught him all he know and left him with an inheritance of up to $75 Millions.

Can the Swagg Man excels at this cut-throat game?

At least, the Swagg Man seems to have some swag...

Take a look at his official french and english bios on the net.

Swagg Man, est né le 23 décembre 1988, de son vrai nom Rayan Sanches est un Rappeur/Chanteur/Comedien/DJ franco-Americain d'origine Bresilio/Tunisienne.Il habite actuellement au Etats-Unis à Miami en Floride. 
Homme d'affaire averti, il est propriétaire de restaurants, d'immeubles (résidences, villas, appartements de haut standing) et de grand Palaces , a Miami, Brésil, Dubaï et en Tunisie. 

Il décida de monter son propre label S.W.M.Entertainment en 2012.C'est le seul Artiste rap indépendant Français ayant obtenu l'intégralité de ses titres dans le top 200 itunes.L'origine de sa fortune fait fantasmer ses fans ainsi que les médias.Elle serait estimée à plusieurs millions d'euros.

Young rapper and actor who has earned a major following on YouTube, posting music videos to the tune of more than 200,000 subscribers. He has sold out concerts, but his real presence resides online.


He debuted on YouTube in 2009 after making a fortune buying and selling properties in Miami and Dubai.


He has a tattoo that says "Everyday is my birthday" on his forehead and one that says "Louis Vuitton" on his head due to his sponsorship with the brand. He started his own clothing line and his own record label called S.W.M. Entertainment.


He was born Rayan Sanches and gave himself the name Swagg Man in 2009.

Swagg Man:

Swagg Man, est né le 23 décembre 1988, de son vrai nom Rayan Sanches est un Rappeur/Chanteur/Comedien/DJ franco-Americain d’origine Brésilio/Tunisienne. Il habite actuellement à Paris (75) dans le célèbre quartier du Triangle d'Or, il vit également au Etats-Unis à Miami en Floride


Ne voyant pas de déboucher pour lui à Nice, il part pour la capitale à 17 ans, avec seulement 100 euros en poche. A Paris, il vivra l’enfer de la rue. De petits boulots en petit boulot, il arrivera à faire fructifier son argent.
Homme d’affaire averti, il est propriétaire de restaurants, d’immeubles (résidences, villas, appartements de haut standing) et de grand Palaces , a Miami, Brésli, Dubaï et enTunisie.

Aucune maison de disque sachant voir son potentiel, il décida de monter son propre label S.W.M.Entertainment en 2012.

En 2014, il crée la surprise chacun des clips extraits de son futur album « M.S.T » dépassent le million de vus. (plus de 37 millions de vues sur sa chaine YouTube )

C’est le seul Artiste rap indépendant Français ayant obtenu l’intégralité de ses titres dans le top 200 itunes.

Il intrigue les médias, MTV, D8 ,TF1, NRJ12, Canal + se l’arrachent.

Il affole le net, sa page Facebook possède plus de 1.000.000 de membres !
Son album est devenu, l’un des plus attendu du milieu du hip hop, sortie prévu en fin d’année.

En parallèle, ses marques de vêtements « Posey Bro », « Jnouney » & «Only Cash Paris » seront lancées.

Image publique et controverse:

L’origine de sa fortune fait fantasmer ses fans ainsi que les médias.Elle serait estimée à plusieurs millions d’euros. On sait de lui qu’il a eu affaire à la justice plus d’une fois.


Black Card
Ma Bentley
J'ai pas le temps

(Photo: Lauren Carol Smith)
Swagg Man and his trademark Louis Vutton head tattoo

The Bullshit!

Claims to have $270,000 of tattoos

Swagg Man most likely enjoys spending (flushing Money down the toilet) on very expensive and useless things just for the purpose of showing off.

A very interesting character nonetheless.