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How Fee Banks left his mark on the New Orleans rap scene, and set a standard for hip hop entrepreneurship.

Fee Banks

There’s always a few people behind the scenes pulling strings, and Fee Banks is one of them.

New Orleans hip hop has many back stories that haven’t been told. There are many people who fade in the background behind the stars that they help build. However, Fee Banks has managed to build his businesses, and market his brands without living in the shadows of a superstar.

That’s because he always believed in doing good business. We came across an old interview on the takeover radio a couple days ago, and sat in awe as we heard Fee talk about his involvement in Squad Up, Young Money, and Good Money Global. 

“Yes we did get our structure form their(Cash Money) platform, but at the same time we incorporated our own way of doing business.”

Fee Banks also touched on a lot things in his interview like his work with Kevin Gates, and his automotive businesses. One thing that Fee has taught us, is that you can venture out after seeing success in rap.

Hip hop is a great way to come from the ground up; but once you do, you need to develop other revenue streams.

LISTEN TO THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE

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