Jay Z is Launching His Own Venture Capital Fund

Colloquially known as "VC", venture capitalism is a form of investment which, by definition, carries with it a strong element of risk.

Score another win for Jay Z in the area of business.

According to a new report from Axios, the music mogul and businessman is in the process of creating a venture capital firm, alongside Roc Nation co-founder Jay Brown.

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Jay Z is further extending his portfolio of endeavors.

Jay Z is not the only famous person who is set to cash in on the tech boom. Still, Tidal is struggling to compete against chief rivals like Spotify, which has already topped 40 million paying subscribers compared to Tidal's three million.

The focus will be investing in start-ups and technology companies, the site reported.

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Last year, Forbes ranked Jay Z third on their Hip Hop's Wealthiest Artists 2016 list, putting his net worth at an estimated $610 million. Labeled the "Uber for private jets", Jay Z joined members of the royal Saudi family in helping the startup raise more than $105 million in Series C funding just past year.

A report by Axios says the duo has previously invested in the tech space. Jay Z also invested in nail-parlor company Julep in 2013. He's also invested in JetSmarter and Uber, according to Crunchbase, which collects VC investment data.

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