The hip-hop culture is one of the most influential cultures in the world today. Popular culture identifies rap music as the ‘cool factor,’ the product of multicultural influences. The Hip-Hop industry generates tens of billions of dollars in revenue every year, surpassing Wall Street’s expectations.
The bottom line of several corporations has increased by utilizing top hip-hop artists. McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, and Taco Bell are among the examples. McDonald’s announced a partnership with Travis Scott and Saweetie in 2021.
In the past year, the sales of McDonald’s combo meals rose 25%, showing hip-hop’s growing influence over consumers. These talented young, black artists transform poverty into multimillion-dollar brands, increasing generational wealth.
Numerous other universities and colleges offer courses about rap culture, in addition to Harvard, Yale, and USC. Hip-hop is a powerful force of nature that is considered to be the #1 genre of music all over the world, partly because of the way it’s made and human emotional impact. Music rap is one of the most popular forms of entertainment across social media platforms.
There is a bloodline of champions in Hip-Hop, an unwavering battle of will, and a combination of great musical talent and God-inspired rhythms.
Using powerful images, hip-hop music conveys the world’s greatest flaws, darkest secrets, and most striking characteristics.
A natural star, JUMG was born to succeed. JUMG has the highest level of motivation in the industry. JUMG is an internationally recognized Hip-Hop artist renowned for his flawless rap delivery, signature storytelling, and movie-star onscreen swagger.
Entrepreneur JUMG runs a portfolio of entertainment, TV/Film, and global merchandising platforms. The music and fan base of JUMG will remain strong in 2021. In 2021, JUMG has no Plan B. Hip-Hop or nothing; that’s JUMG’s mantra for 2021.
© 2021, The Millennial General. All rights reserved.