These rappers were flexin' way before they got in the booth
We’re used to hearing this similar narrative: Rappers come up struggling, making ends meet any way necessary and rising to fame through hot 16s telling their story. Then there are rappers that had all the luxuries they could handle way before they started laying down tracks. As an “inheritance” artist, hip hop was a way to follow the family business. Does having the big bank account before your rap career help or hurt your chances of making it big?