We can learn a lot about personal finances from Kendrick Lamar. The Pulitzer Prize winner rhymes about the good and the bad effects of money in songs like “Vanity Slaves,” “How Much a Dollar Cost,” “Money Trees,” and “My Name Is.”
K-Dot, however, understands the power of a dollar and chooses to lead by example, developing sounder spending habits and building generational wealth. He also makes a point of keeping the Black community first, whether that’s in his music, the brand partnerships he signs, or the people with whom he surrounds himself.
While he keeps a relatively low profile, he’s made notable moves, the ethos behind which anyone can adopt. Here, in honor of DAMN.’s fourth birthday, are a few of them to jot in your own notepad.