Album releases, artist feuds, copyright lawsuits, royalty payments... find all this and more in the "Music News" category of Celebrity Net Worth.
These seven musicians have gone above and beyond for their fans – and made some pretty spectacular memories along the way.
Learn how Jay-Z made two negotiations more than a decade ago that have paid off for him in huge ways.
Cardi B may have been a stripper from the Bronx just a few years ago, but today, she's one of the highest-earning rap stars of the year, with $28 million, a figure she disputes, but she also doesn't indicate if that amount is too high or not high enough.
The Offspring are in a legal battle with their former bassist, who claims he was forced out of the band and hasn't been properly compensated. How will this one shake out?
Tupac Shakur was one of the most successful rappers in the industry at the time of his death. So why were his finances in such bad shape?
Justin Bieber's Manager Scooter Braun Just Bought Taylor Swift's Former Record Company For $300 Million
Scooter Braun just acquired Big Machine Records for a mouth-watering $300 million. Taylor Swift is PISSED.
Are you watching the Lifetime documentary about R. Kelly? Even if you're not, here's a quick breakdown of his net worth and financial situation.
Over the last 20 years Nas has been regarded as one of the greatest rappers on the planet. Over the next 20 years, he might be regarded as one of the best investors on the planet.
R. Kelly is facing an avalanche of very, very, very bad news. And the avalanche is starting to have a very, very, very big impact on his finances and net worth.
Who made the most money in hip-hop last year? Check out this list to find out.
Scooter Braun sues former Lady Gaga manager Troy Carter for $10 million, but Carter isn't going down without a fight.
Is it possible? Do you believe R. Kelly is broke? That would be a stunning financial fall from a decade ago. Not impossible. But very shocking.
Jay Z has been dodging the SEC's requests for him to appear in federal court, and it appears that the federal agency has had enough.