By now I’m sure the majority of you have heard Jay-Z’s Magna Carta … Holy Grail album one if not two (if not three) times. I’ve personally gone through it at least ten. It’s pretty damn good, and seems to get better each time. But, what did you expect from a man able to sell 1 Million albums without releasing a single track?
If you are at all familiar with the Jigga man, you know his swag extends beyond the booth.
He is an extremely well-accomplished businessman and, in a world where it pays to epitomize the image of success, he knocks it out of the park.
Here are 5 key pieces Jay-Z uses to show the rest of the world he is on #adifferentlevel.
I don’t pop Molly, I rock Tom Ford.
Jay’s point: kids play, men work. You want to be taken seriously, you need a power suit.
I don’t got the bright watch, I got the right watch.
Time is money, and anyone who understands this doesn’t bejewel his watch in diamonds. Instead, he invests in something classy that nods at his individual style.
I sell ice in the winter, I sell fire in hell. I am a hustler baby, I’ll sell water to a well.
Clean shoes speak volumes about what you have accomplished and, more, where you intend to go.
I think back to my first Mayback, Baby blue Similac.
When you have achieved a certain level of success, you no longer drive. You are driven.
What better way to celebrate success than champagne? And what better champagne to drink than one covered in gold?
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