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Again Ambode ignores Lagos Assembly, fails to appear before committee

Akinwunmi Ambode, the immediate past governor of Lagos state, today October 15th, failed again to appear before the House of Assembly ad-hoc Committee probing the activities of his administration, especially the purchase of 820 buses for mass transit. Recall that last week, the state Assembly threatened to issue […]

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MC Galaxy buys new whip, a Mercedes AMG (video)

Nigerian Singer, Innocent Udeme Udofot, better known as MC Galaxy has just made delivery of a brand new whip, a Mercedes AMG GLE 63S. If there was an awards show for celebrities who blow money fast, MC Galaxy will probably cup one for his latest […]

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Kanye West tops Jay-Z and Drake to become Forbes 2019 highest paid hip-hop act

Kanye West tops Jay-Z and Drake to become Forbes 2019 highest paid hip-hop act



Kanye West tops Jay-Z and Drake to become Forbes 2019 highest paid hip-hop act lindaikejisblogKanye West became Forbes' highest paid hip-hop act for the first time in his career following the top 20 list for 2019 which was released on Thursday September 19.  The list which charted pre-tax income from June 2018 through June of this year, had Kanye West whose Yeezy brand is expected to hit $1.5 billion in sales this year coming out on top with $150 million while Jay-Z took the No. 2 with $81 million.  Kanye sat at No. 10 on the 2018 list with $27.5 million, but his impressive rise in earnings can be attributed to the success of Yeezy, his signature footwear collaboration with Adidas.  Drake took the No. 3 spot on the list with $75 million. Diddy followed shortly behind at $70 million while Forbes newcomer Travis Scott brought in $58 million. Other hip-hop big weights that made the top 10 list include Eminem, DJ Khaled, Kendrick Lamar, Migos, and Childish Gambino.  While Nicki Minaj and Cardi B who took the No. 12 and No. 13 respectively with $29 million and $28 million were the only female artistes in the top 20 list, Russ, Logic, Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, Birdman, Dr. Dre, and Chance the Rapper were notably absent. The post Kanye West tops Jay-Z and Drake to become Forbes 2019 highest paid hip-hop act appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.



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