You Make Music. We Make Leaders.
You Make Music.
We Make Leaders.
We Empower Artists to Become Leaders and Change-Makers Within Their Communities.
HipHoppreneur is a leadership profile service that inspires and guides artists to leverage their cultural capital to serve their communities. We offer valuable advice and resources to equip artists to become effective societal leaders, business owners, and agents of positive change.
Community Development through Artist Empowerment
We firmly believe that artists, be it rappers, singers, painters, or fine artists, possess a unique set of talents, skills, and sensibilities that would help them excel in influential leadership roles. By assuming such positions, they can actively promote social and economic growth within their communities. This, in turn, will establish a solid foundation for achieving shared goals and creating a positive impact on people’s lives.
Our Vision & Mission
We envision a world where artists lead governments, unlock and mobilize resources, and shape agendas for sustainable community development. This vision is the force behind our mission to equip artists with the tools and resources they need to become leaders, business owners, and agents of positive change within their communities.
Meet Our Founder, Cedric Muhammad
Headed by a former talent manager and political campaign strategist, our CEO Cedric Muhammad combines his vast experience and expertise to advise artists, entertainers, investors, and business owners through HipHoppreneur. With his extensive knowledge of the music industry and its evolution, he offers a unique perspective on its current state, where it’s headed, and the non-artistic factors influencing it.
With over 20 years of experience, including serving as general manager to the Wu-Tang Clan, Cedric recognizes that a solid personal brand and community connection are more valuable than temporary celebrity status. Through HipHoppreneur, he and our team help artists serve and empower their communities by leveraging and enhancing their cultural capital.