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Celebrating 5 Black Financial Influencers for 2022

CapWay is celebrating Black History Month by sharing the entrepreneurial stories of five Black financial influencers, also known as fin-fluencers, who are etching their names in the financial education space.

by Nailah Herbert
Artists Are Selling Rights to Their Songs as NFTs

Rap legend Nas announced that he has partnered with Royal, a song ownership platform, and has executed an NFT drop. In the drop, consumers have the opportunity to purchase NFTs that will allow them to receive varying levels of streaming royalty rights.

by Viviana Vazquez
Financial Literacy Through Hip-Hop Music | Culture Meets Money with Ash Cash

Culture Meets Money guest Ash Cash Exantus brings inclusive representation to Black communities through financial education and hip-hop music. Read the full article about Ash Cash here.

by Nailah Herbert
Royalties Mariah Carey Earns from Her Christmas Song | Decoded

Mariah Carey has earned over $60 million in royalties from the song “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” Along with earning money in streaming, merchandise, specials, and more.

by Nadia C. Vanderhall
4 Celebrities Who Dealt With Student Loans

If you are one of the 42.9 million Americans who owe some portion of the $1.57 trillion in student loan debt, you already know that student loans can be stressful. Some of your favorite celebrities and influencers have or are currently in college.

by CapWay
Rapsody's "Oprah" Verse Breakdown | Decoded Lyrics

CapWay's Decoded series pulls out the financial gems in your favorite lyrics by your favorite music artists.

by CapWay
Billionaire Lessons from Jay-Z

by CapWay
Lil Nas X: From a Negative Bank Account to Millionaire

Lil Nas X is one of many examples of someone who has turned their internet promotion into a real money maker. During an interview with Nardwuar, the then twenty-year-old artist confirmed he had -$5.62 in his Wells Fargo bank account before releasing his hit single "Old Town Road."

by CapWay
Aretha Franklin Demanded to be Paid in Cash

Since the passing of the Queen of Soul, stories have started to come out about how Aretha Franklin only accepted her fee to perform in cash.

by CapWay
Video: Why Rapper 21 Savage No Longer Purchases Jewelry

Rapper 21 Savage currently has 60 million monthly listeners on Spotify, making him one of the highest-listened-to artists on the platform. He offers his best financial advice to those who want financial stability and to build wealth.

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