The Music Industry's Top Ten Corporate Whores
These days, musicians are nothing without high-profile, million-dollar endorsements. You just aren't a winner unless you're shilling soda, makeup, electronics, and your own personal brand of booze.
Luckily, today's commercial powerhouses are more entrepreneurial than ever. So they will literally sell anything for the chance to make some extra cash.
But who are the greatest sellouts? From pop to hip-hop, dance, and country, here are the music industry's top ten corporate whores, staying on their shameless grind and selling those Skechers like the rent is due.
10. Gwen Stefani
L'Oreal hair and makeup, Hewlett-Packard, L.A.M.B.
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9. Dr. Dre
Coors, Dr. Pepper, Chrysler, Hewlett-Packard, Beats by Dre
Tommy Hilfiger, True Star perfume, L'Oreal, Pepsi, Nintendo, American Express
7. Daft Punk
Gap, Adidas, Coca Cola, Monster Cable, DJ Hero, LincolnNext Page
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