“Feds all fed up, DEA can tell the dirty money from a Roc-A-Wear sweater, And I’m never, ever going back.” “Ain’t I”
In 2006, Jay sold his portion of Roc-A-Wear for $204 million. At the time, the clothing line did $700 million in yearly revenue.
Dame and Biggs were more involved in the development and growth of the clothing brand during Jay’s peak as a commercial artist in the early 2000’s, but that didn’t stop the MC from cashing out on his first of many extracurricular business moves.
Business, Man: JAY-Z’s Most Creative Business Moves was originally published on globalgrind.com