West Coast rapper Nipsey Hussle is focused on helping music evolve well into the future. The hip-hop artist has announced a new business venture with a high-tech company called Vezt which allows users to share ownership in artists’ music.

Nipsey went to Instagram this week to break the news to his 1.5 million followers.

According to the Vezt website, the service is fairly new and focuses on fans funding the musicians by owning portions songs.

Yesterday, Nipsey Hussle went to Twitter with a since-deleted post about how much artists make from various streaming services.

Earlier this month, New York rapper Joey Bada$$ announced he had a new show coming to TIDAL.

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