Singer Beyoncé has decided to focus on another fruity drink besides lemonade. The entertainer recently invested in WTRMLN WTR. WTRMLN WTR is all natural, making its water from unused watermelons and a drop of organic lemon juice with no additives. Beyoncé said in a statement: “I invested in WTRMLN WTR because it’s the future of clean, natural hydration; as partners, we share a simple mission to deliver accessible wellness to the world. This is more than an investment in a brand, it’s an investment in female leaders, fitness, American farmers and the health of people and our planet.” This makes sense considering that Beyoncé also launched an active wear brand called Ivy Park. Jody Levy, co-founder and creative director of WTRMLN parent company World Waters LLC, told Bloomberg that Beyoncé’s investment makes her a meaningful shareholder. The sports drink will be available for purchase at venues of Beyoncé’s “Formation World Tour”, which will completes it’s U.S. dates on June 14 before beginning its European leg on June 28. Earlier this year, it was revealed that Prince almost appeared on rapper Kendrick Lamar’s “To Pimp A Butterfly”. Although Prince never got around to laying down vocals for the track “Complexion (A Zulu Love)”, the duo did get to collaborate on stage. On it’s official Facebook page, the Prince museum posted a rare video of Prince performing a Paisley Park concert with Lamar in 2014. The track is “What’s My Name”, a track from Prince’s 1998 album “Crystal Ball”. The lucky audience got an opportunity to see Lamar open the song before Prince took the reigns midway through. The Apollo Theater has announced that rapper LL Cool J will host its 11th annual Spring Gala Concert on June 13, which will feature performances by The O’Jays, Leon Bridges and Andra Day. Earlier that day, Prince will be inducted into the theater’s Walk of Fame. The Walk of Fame ceremony will take place under the iconic theater’s marquee. Prince joins previous honorees Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin and Quincy Jones. With an estimated net worth of $60 million, rapper Drake has become the newest member of the Forbes Five club of hip hop’s wealthiest artists. The feat was made possible by the departure of 50 Cent, due to mismanagement of funds and a recent bankruptcy filing. However, as impressive as his credentials are, music sales, touring and tie ins with Apple, Nike and Sprite, Drake still has a way to go if he wants to catch fellow moguls Diddy, Dr. Dre, Jay Z and Birdman.