Common recently did an interview with Complex and this is what he had to say about blogs.
Complex: How Internet savvy are you? Do you read blogs?
Common: Iâ€™m starting to get into it more. Iâ€™m about to launch my website itâ€™s called ThinkCommon.com. Iâ€™m going to be on it a lot more. I donâ€™t really be on websites, or blogs. Sometimes when I release something I like to see what theyâ€™re talking about, but Iâ€™m not on them much. I definitely thinkÂ Nah RightÂ is cool. I also like Hypebeast. I like both of them.
Fobres has released it’s Hip-Hop Cash Kings listÂ today and taking the lead is Hip-Hop Mogul 50 cent making an extravagant $150 million this year. 50 has ventured out into a variety of business his portfolio includes the G-Unit clothing line and record label, films, video games and a couple of platinum albums. 50 is also in the works with forming a partnership with South African billionaire Partice Motsepte.
Here’s the rest of the list.
1. Curtis â€œ50 Centâ€ Jackson: $150 million
2. Shawn â€œJay-Zâ€ Carter: $82 million
3. Sean â€œDiddyâ€ Combs: $35 million
4. Kanye West: $30 million
5. Timothy â€œTimbalandâ€ Mosley: $22 million
6. Pharrell Williams: $20 million
7. Kasseem â€œSwizz Beatzâ€ Dean: $17 million
8. Calvin â€œSnoop Doggâ€ Broadus: $16 million
9. AndrÃ© â€œDr. Dreâ€ Young: $15 million
10. Christopher â€œLudacrisâ€ Bridges: $14 million
11. Clifford â€œT.I.â€ Harris: $13 million
11. Dwayne â€œLil Wayneâ€ Carter: $13 million
12. Marshall â€œEminemâ€ Mathers: $12 million
12. Lonnie â€œCommonâ€ Lynn Jr.: $12 million
12. Aliaune â€œAkonâ€ Thiam: $12 million
13. Jermaine Dupri: $11 million
13. Jonathan â€œLil Jonâ€ Smith: $11 million
14. OutKast: $10 million
14. Hakeem â€œChamillionaireâ€ Seriki: $10 million
14. Jayceon â€œThe Gameâ€ Taylor: $10 million