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Most people will know Ondre Gipson, also known as Drizz, as the business maven who has launched and grown multiple businesses in the music, entertainment, and merchandise industries. But being the serial entrepreneur that he is, the Delaware-based businessman looks to add yet another venture to his company roster.
Recently, Gipson launched TH.Plates, a food brand that features some mouth-watering food posts and videos. Some of the page’s posts have reached as many as 12,000 views in record time. The page comes as a strategy meant towards creating anticipation for Drizz’s upcoming kitchen collection, which will feature a line of knife sets, air fryers, cookbooks, and more. Overall, Drizz’s mother company, True Hustler, looks to become the next lifestyle brand behind companies like Supreme and Cookies by jumping into the home and decor space.
The entrepreneur currently has other established businesses already in his portfolio. One of his businesses is True Hustler Entertainment. This talent management agency seeks to give musicians, media personalities, producers, songwriters, and other creatives the chance to show their talent to the world. It currently has a strong lineup of artists, including talents like Farees Kaleemah, Young Bop, Lesean Laylow, Ca$hflow, Ruggy, and others. Drizz is also a music artist behind albums like Money Murders Loyalty, 90s Baby, and DRIZZ. Gipson started his full-service entertainment company in 2017, providing artist management, promotion, and event curation.
Drizz also appeared on New York Weekly’s 40 under 40 list for his stellar work in entrepreneurship and music. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, he discovered ways to thrive amid economic recessions and has continued to scale True Hustler Entertainment through these trying times.
The company’s overall mission is to show people that anyone can dream big and achieve massive success with the right mindset and willpower. It looks to be a source of inspiration for anyone who has lofty aspirations or, as Drizz would put it, a B.A.G. (Big A** Goals). The company’s founder and budding artist, Drizz, looks to exemplify that best by showing the world that if he can make it in business, anyone can too.
“We all dream, we all have fears, many of them being the same,” explains Drizz about the philosophy that brought True Hustler Entertainment to life. “We want to bring people together to build bigger. From the rich to the people in poverty who rely on being a ‘True Hustler’ to make it out.” On top of its home products and music label, True Hustler also dove into merchandise to create a brand for people to get behind. Today, the merc line stands as a symbol for many as a reminder that one’s dreams are waiting for them at the other side of their struggle.
Drizz continues to grow his other investments, such as getting into the vending machine, auto sales, and car rental business. He is an entrepreneur in the most fundamental terms, always looking for an opportunity to turn in a profit. But more importantly, he teaches others to do the same, whether it’s the artists under his guidance and mentorship or people who visit his online platforms.Learn more about True Hustler and Drizz by visiting their website and TH.Plates’ Instagram profile.