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Net Worth of Jadakiss
Jadakiss is a rapper who has a net worth of 6 million dollars. He is a part of The Lox and hip-hop collective Ruff Ryders. Jadakiss is one of the owners of the imprint recognized as D-Block Records. Jadakiss has released 6 solo studio albums, also four albums with The Lox. Then, he launched a multimedia content platform called SoRaspy with his friend named Jay Jackson. We get information that Jadakiss obtained a Grammy nomination for the Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for “Why” (shared with Anthony Hamilton) in the year of 2005. In 2003, Jadakiss was nominated for the Best Female Video along with Jennifer Lopez and Styles P by the MTV Video Music Awards Japan. In the year of 2004, the song “Why” reached #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, #4 on the Hot R&B and Hip-Hop Songs chart and #3 on the Hot Rap Songs chart. In the year of 2014, Jadakiss opened the Juices For Life juice bar with Styles P in Yonkers (New York). Later, they opened locations in Brooklyn and The Bronx.
Career of Jadakiss
When Jadakiss was 12 years old, he entered a Florida freestyle competition. He got attention from the Ruff Ryders Entertainment. Then, Jadakiss formed the rap group called The Warlocks with Louch and Styles P. After meeting with Mary Blige, she gave the demo group to Puff Daddy. Then, the Warlocks were signed to Bad Boy Entertainment, and finally they shortened their name to The Lox.
In 1994, the group appeared on The Main Source’s “Fuck What You Think” LP, performing on the track “Set it Off.” Then, the Lox wrote and performed on some tracks with other Bad Boy artists, such as Mariah Carey, Puff Daddy, the Notorious B.I.G, and Mary Blige. The Lox got their first hit when their Notorious B.I.G. tribute was included as the B-side on Puff Daddy’s “I will be missing you” single.
On January 13, 1998, the Lox released their first studio album: Money, Power & Respect, and the Platinum album reached #3 on the “Billboard” 200 chart and #1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. They left Bad Boy Records and signed with Ruff Ryders Entertainment, afterwards in 2000, they released another Platinum album: We Are the Streets.
In August 2001, Jadakiss released his first solo album: Kiss Tha Game Goodbye. It was certified Gold and has some singles including We Gonna Make It, Put Ya Hands Up and Knock Yourself Out. The single “Why” was a hit and caused controversy due to the line “Why did Bush knock down the towers in reference to 9/11. In the year of 2007, Jadakiss signed with Roc-A-Fella Records (Jay-Z’s label). Two years later, Jadakiss released the album: The Last Kiss. That album reached #1 on the Top Rap Albums and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts.
Jadakiss left the label, and In the year of 2010 released the mixtape “Consignment, “followed by the album “Top 5 Dead or Alive.” Like his two previous albums, “Top 5 Dead or Alive” also hit #1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and Top Rap Albums charts. In the year of 2016, The Lox released another album, and the following year, Jadakiss teamed up with Fabolous for the album: Friday on Elm Street. In the year of 2020, he released another solo album: Ignatius. While The Lox released the album: Living Off Xperience.
Early Life of Jadakiss
In Yonkers, New York, Jadakiss was born on May 27, 1975. He became interested in hip-hop music at his young age. When he was 12 years old, his parents asked him to start obtaining money, so he began selling the drugs. After saw people rapping with freestyle on the street, Jadakiss decided to obtain money by doing so, and freestyling led to him meeting Styles P and Sheek Louch who became his friends and collaborators.
Personal Life of Jadakiss
Previously, Jadakiss dated Winter Ramos, who is best known for starring on the VH1 reality series: Love & Hip Hop. In July 2004, Jadakiss was stopped in NC, after a passenger threw the firecrackers out of his window. Police officers discovered marijuana and two caliber guns in the car and gave Jadakiss the citations for concealing the weapons and marijuana possession.
In the year of 2006, Jadakiss was sitting in a car with four men in Yonkers when police approached the vehicle as they thought the driver was behaving oddly. The police officers discovered a loaded gun which had been reported stolen. Everyone in the car was arrested and charged with possession of a stolen weapon. In fact, Jadakiss had a small amount of marijuana at the time, thus he was charged with possession of marijuana too. In the year of 2009, a police officer raided his apartment in Yonkers, and arrested two men on drug charges after discovering marijuana and heroin in the home. At the time of the incident, Jadakiss was on tour, and released a statement that he was not involved.
Finally, Jadakiss and 50 Cent began feuding after he appeared on a Ja Rule track which insulted 50 Cent, who responded by dissing everyone involved in the song on the track. Then, Jadakiss released some tracks dissing 50 Cent, including “Checkmate” and “Problem Child.” Later, he challenged 50 Cent to battle him for $1 million at Madison Square Garden, however 50 Cent turned him down. Eventually, they ended their feud. In October 2009, Jadakiss performed at 50 Cent’s This is 50 Festival. In the year of 2019, it was revealed that Jadakiss likes to order a crust-only pizza as the crust was always his favorite part when he was a kid and his bucket list was always to go in the pizza shop and try to only order crust.