50 Cent (center) with Val Kilmer (L) at the 2009 AMAs, CC-2.0 via Wikipedia.

Social media in the hip-hop industry

TULSA, Okla., July 4th, 2014 — 50 Cent made a guest appearance on the New York City radio morning show The Breakfast Club, where he discussed a number of  topics. One verbal riff in particular was loaded with business relevance, as 50 Cent opined on the power of social media in the hip-hop industry. The artist claimed that social media has actually changed the way hip-hop artists market themselves and their music to the general audience.
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HIP-HOP Entrepreneurs: Establishing wealth outside of album sales

TULSA, OK, June 29, 2014 — Before the birth of iTunes, the career of a music artist was entirely focused on selling albums, getting their songs on the radio. Getting on tour.
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Words of wisdom from 50 Cent

WASHINGTON, June 26, 2014 — 50 Cent is known for his music, books, acting and entrepreneurial ventures. He is highly successful, with a net worth estimated at $270 million, despite lacking even a high school degree.
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Live your life on your own terms

How many times have you woken up with a sensation to do something that fulfills your happiness yet do not do anything about it because you let doubt, fear and what others think about you get in the way of fulfilling your happiness?

The bulk of society live in a state of doubt, fear and constant worries of what others think about them.

Forget what others think about you and live your life on your terms with your own rules and setting your own standards. Fear is only in your mind, doubt is not real and people around you that are no good for you must be let go from your life.

Live on your own terms and forget everyone else.

– Jose L. Fulgencio

Founder of LDMS Media


The Oye Help Me™ Series: Are You Man Enough to be a Gentleman

OYHM Presents: Are You Man Enough to be a Gentleman workshop at the University of Oklahoma 2014 Latinos without Borders Conference

The workshop goes over how to be a gentleman in the community, to not let your emotions get the best of you and why college is important to Oklahoma City are high school students.