Zack O'Malley Greenburg

author, “3 Kings: Diddy, Dr. Dre, Jay-Z and Hip-Hop’s Multibillion-Dollar Rise”

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Senior editor at Forbes; author of Michael Jackson, Inc. and 3 Kings: Diddy, Dr. Dre, Jay-Z and
Hip-Hop’s Multibillion-Dollar Rise

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Diddy, Dr. Dre, and Jay-Z are the three richest American musicians in any genre, according to the latest Forbes ranking.

How hip-hop became a rich man's game

Diddy, Dr. Dre, and Jay-Z are the three richest American musicians in any genre, according to the latest Forbes ranking.

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Michael Jackson is best known as a music icon, but he also built a business empire that included merchandise, video games, a record label, and famously, his purchase of the entire…

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