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In the latest news, rapper Juicy J dropped his new single “Ballin,” featuring fellow rapper Kanye West. The hit new track is already making waves, after it premiered on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show. Curious rap fans wondering about its overnight success are searching the Internet for Juicy J’s net worth, asking questions like, “how much is Juicy J worth?” Well, you’ve come to the right place, and we’ll tell you everything you need to know about the talented songwriter Juicy J, including his net worth.

How Much Is Juicy J Worth?

Juicy J, whose real name is Jordan Michael Houston has an estimated net worth of around $20.0 million.

He has amassed his fortune from the sales of his studio albums like Stay Trippy. Juicy J has also earned $2.0 million from his salary as a record producer.

Successful Start

Juicy J was born on April 5, 1975, in Memphis, Tennessee. The 41-year-old is a rapper, record producer as well as a songwriter. He rose to fame in 1991, after the formation of the hip-hop group, Three 6 Mafia. In 1994, he launched his own entertainment company called Prophet Entertainment, along with rapper, DJ Paul, but left to form another label called Hypnotize Minds. Along with fellow members Lord Infamous, Crunchy Black, Gangsta Boo and Koopsta Knicca, the group released its debut album in 1995, titled Mystic Stylez and subsequently went on to release eight studio albums.

How Much is Juicy J Worth

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Going Solo

Besides working on his music with Three 6 Mafia, Juicy J released his debut solo album under North Records in 2002, titled Chronicles of the Juice Man. In 2009, he dropped his second album, Hustle Till I Die, produced under his own label, Hypnotize Minds and Select-O-Hits. Over the next two years, Juicy J focused on launching his solo career and doing collaborations with other artists like rapper, Wiz Khalifa. In 2012, Juicy J went public as a member of Khalifa’s Taylor Gang imprint and graced the cover of Source Magazine with his new co-owners and A&R representatives.

Ahead of the release of his third studio album, Stay Trippy, Juicy J dropped his hit single, “Bandz a Make Her Dance,” which ranked in the top 30 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 charts. It looked like he struck gold, after he was signed on by Columbia Records and Kemosabe Records. Soon enough, his album featured famous guest rappers like, The Weeknd, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown and Big Sean. Juicy J’s singles from Stay Trippy, “Show Out,” and “Bounce It,” also met with great success and when the album was finally released in 2013, it debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200, with sales of 64,000 in the first week itself.

In 2013, Juicy J collaborated with singer Katy Perry on her chart-topping single, “Dark Horse” from her album Roar. He released his fourth album, The Hustle Continues in 2014. His career saw a meteoric rise as he announced his Never Sober tour, and went on to release more singles like “Low,” featuring Nicki Minaj and “For Everybody,” featuring Wiz Khalifa. The talented rapper has been nominated for and has won several prestigious awards, like the Academy Award for, “It’s Hard out Here for a Pimp,” along with his Three 6 Mafia band mates, Frayser Boy and DJ Paul, as well as the MTV Europe Music Award and American Music Awards for Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse.” Recently, Juicy J dropped a single called “Ballin,” featuring Kanye West from Three 6 Mafia’s new album, Rubba Band Business.