Incubating A Hip-Hop Career At Wharton

Clyde Kelly Atkins has a theory.

'I think people who identify as business people or entrepreneurs probably have an instinctive liking for hip-hop music,” Atkins says. “Because I think it has that message of hustle and grit that those people like. It’s becoming more common.'

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Meet the Wharton MBA student who is also a famous rapper

When he’s not in class, Wharton MBA Clyde Kelly spends his time writing and recording music. His first album, “Not Rich Yet” debuted in November, and he is releasing his next album, “Love Rx,” on May 18.

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