Forbes today unveils its 10th annual Under 30 Magazine cover featuring hip-hop superstar Travis Scott, an Under 30 alumni, who opens up about how he’s partnering with major companies to help them rethink their brands and changing how celebrities and corporations interact.
In his cover story, Scott reveals that he’s been working on a hard seltzer with AB InBev, the world’s largest brewer and how he’s lighting up the business world with lucrative partnerships with big brands like PlayStation, General Mills, McDonald’s, Fortnite among others.
The 2021 Forbes Under 30 list, going live December 1, features 600 honorees, in 20 different categories including; art & style, consumer tech, education, energy, enterprise tech, finance, food & drink, games, healthcare, Hollywood & entertainment, manufacturing, marketing & advertising, media, music, retail, science, social entrepreneurship, social media, sports and venture capital.
To coincide with the 10th annual list launch, Forbes is launching the Under 30 Directory, will go live tomorrow, December 1.
To read the full story, visit: How Hip-Hop Superstar Travis Scott Has Become Corporate America’s Brand Whisperer
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