Photo: Tone Deaf-The Brag P.Diddy and Jay-Z may come to one's mind when they think of a music mogul, but New York isn't the only state birthing tycoons. Brian Richardson, better known as B.Rich, helps catapult music careers and has landed himself endorsement deals with brands such as Adidas and Coke.
Photo: Provided by Jidenna Ozoh (L-R Denzel Hunter-Shaw, Tevin Holiday, and Jidenna Ozoh) As Atlanta continues to draw more musicians from various states to get a taste of the hip-hop scene, entrepreneurs are also becoming quite common in the city. Freelance writers, photographers, videographers, and even fashion designers are starting their
Photo: Provided by Ciara Suesberry Rapper T.I. is no stranger to the hip-hop game, launching his rap career in 1999. However, the Atlanta native is expanding his profession beyond the rap scene by pushing toward the technology industry. T.I., born Clifford Harris announced his new investment Tech Cypha on Jan. 18 at Beta Works
What's up CeeSoDope readers? I have another exciting recap for ya'll. During Super Bowl weekend, Chad Johnson, former NFL player for the Cincinnati Bengals, hosted his Celebrity Super Slam on Friday, Feb. 1, in Atlanta. Held at Morehouse College Gymnasium, Johnson brought out some of Atlanta’s finest for his Celebrity Super Slam to kick
Brian Hamilton Foundation is a beacon of hope for returning members of society. Hamilton and Reverend Robert J. Harris started working at prisons to teach inmates how to become entrepreneurs. Twenty-six years later, an act of service is now a national non-profit. On Saturday, January 26, Inmates to Entrepreneurs held a