You would think that after 32 years as a top rapper and actor, LL Cool J would know more than enough to keep his brand strong in the entertainment industry.
LL has released 13 Hip-Hop albums and over the course of his career, he has starred in TV series like “In The House,” and “NCIS: Los Angeles,” while landing roles in movies such as “Krush Groove,” “Any Given Sunday,” and “S.W.A.T.”
And, LL has hosted a variety of award ceremonies, including The Grammy’s, for good measure.
However, the Grammy award-winning artist obviously still has a thirst for knowledge.
LL Cool J was back in school in Boston last week, to exchange ideas and learn about how he can adapt to the evolving entertainment industry, at Harvard Business School.
LL was in a class that included athletes like Channing Tatum, Lakers player Pau Gasol, and LA Clippers player Chris Paul.
The “Rock The Bells” rapper Tweeted with excitement as he was in class.
Both LL Cool J and Channing signed up to take classes with Professor Anita Elberse at Harvard’s Business School of Executive Education.
According to the course description, Professor Elberse taught the celebrity students a number of “proven approaches for launching and managing creative products and portfolios, managing and marketing talent, assessing and determining when to make smaller versus blockbuster bets, identifying and capitalizing on market disruptions, and other strategic challenges.”
The course ran at Harvard’s Allston campus from June 1 to June 4.