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Live Nation has Madonna now Jigga man?

 After months of speculation over his next big venture, Jay shows his hand.The New York Times reports that later this week he will finalize a monumental $150 million deal with concert behemoth Live Nation. 

The deal answers a question that had been circling through the rap world for months: Where would Jay-Z take his next corporate role? As part of the arrangement, Live Nation would finance the start-up of a venture that would be an umbrella for his outside projects, which are expected to include his own label, music publishing, and talent consulting and managing. Live Nation is expected to contribute $5 million a year in overhead for five years, with another $25 million available to finance Jay-Z’s acquisitions or investments, according to people in the music industry briefed on the agreement. The venture, to be called Roc Nation, will split profits with Live Nation.Continue reading this post…

0 Responses to Live Nation has Madonna now Jigga man?

  1. Santana says:

    Since she began in early eighties, up till now, Madonna was and still one of the greatest artists who’s towering over pop music. She’s brilliant in many fields and succeeded to attract more fan all over the world and I’m no exception. As far as I’m concerned, I do love her way of performing and singing. I always try to attend her concerts whenever she comes near my town but some prices are unaffordable. Lately a friend has recommended me a site where to compare ticket prices for free before purchasing. And I really find this a good idea.
    http://www.ticketwood.com/concerts/
    Tickets
    Of course, an artist’s tickets such Madonna must be pricy, but I do like to look for the cheapest ones because my purse is thin and can’t afford some prices.

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