Here’s What R&B Legend Mario is Investing In

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R&B legend Mario joins “New Money” hosts Spencer Dinwiddie and Solo Ceesay to share insights into his investments and passion projects. Plus, why he’s not “fully invested in crypto” and understanding the risks of digital assets.

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