1. Meek Mill joined the ranks of fellow rappers Snoop Dogg, Soulja Boy and more, after announcing the launch his very own mobile game app “Bike Life.”
2. Lupe Fiasco – In 2013, Lupe Fiasco announced his partnership with mobile app Higi as the creative director and investor of the health and wellness app.
3. Jay Z – For the launch of his Decoded autobiography, Jay Z hooked up with Droga5 for the launch of the interactive app called “Decoded.”
4. Birdman – Known for having his hands in several business ventures, Birdman launched the “Shorty Cuts By Birdman” app, which allows for users to create custom keys so they can send acronyms or complete phrases with the touch of a custom key.
5. 50 Cent – 50 Cent is always expanding his empire and in 2013 the Queens MC teamed up with Timbaland, Larry The Cable Guy, Terrell Owens and DJ Kaskade for the launch of the mobile app Hang w/, a real time live stream that allows users to interact with videos and pictures.
6. T-Pain – T-Pain’s career has depended heavily on the usage of Auto-Tune and in 2010, the Florida crooner launched his “I Am T-Pain” app, which allowed users to sing his tracks while using his signature Auto-Tune.
7. The RZA – Wu-Tang member RZA launched in 2009 his app “RZA World,” which allowed fans to play chess with the Wu-Tang member, as well as interact with fans of the Staten Island collective.
8. Snoop Dogg – Snoop Dogg launched the mobile app Snoopify in 2013. The app allows for people to turn their pictures into Snoop-themed masterpieces.
9. Drake and Lil Wayne – To build anticipation for the Drake vs. Lil Wayne tour, both MC’s launched a Street Fighter-inspired game that was playable for mobile phone users.
10. Murs – In March of 2014, Murs decided to challenge hip-hop heads with a hip-hop trivia app that was launched through iTunes.