Rocawear has grossed over $500 million dollars since its 1999 inception, AllHipHop.com reported Tuesday. Dash told the Web site he received $22.5 million cash and other entities for his part of the company.
Rocawear was part of the empire shared by Dash and Jay-Z that included Roc-A-Fella Records, which they sold to Island Def Jam in 2004.
Dash denied to AllHipHop.com there were any ill feelings between him and his former partner.
"When the original Roc-A-Fella broke up, it was time for everybody to do their own thing," Dash said.
Dash still holds investments in Tiret watches, his film production-company Dash Films, America magazine, State Property clothing, a licensing deal with Pro-Keds sneakers and his record label, Dame Dash Music Group, AllHipHop.com said.
"Now that I know the business world, I don't need partners," Dash said. "I got my own connects with the bank."
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