Hopsin Net Worth

How much is Hopsin worth? $4 Million

How did Hopsin earn his money and wealth?

Hopsin is a rapper, music producer, actor and director who was born Marcus Jamal Hopson. He was born on July 18, 1985, in Los Angeles where he grew up skateboarding and rapping. He dropped out of school and went to jail for one year for a school prank that went wrong. Post his release from jail, Hopsin started pursuing a career in music seriously. He acknowledges Eminem as his inspiration to hip-hop. As of 2018, Hopsin’s net worth is $3 million.

Music career: Hopsin released his debut project “Emurge” (2003). He followed it with the single “Pans in the Kitchen” (2008) which was a part of his debut album “Gazing at the Moonlight” (2009). The same year he started his own record company “Funk Volume” and “SwizZz” was their first artist to be signed by them. Hopsin released his second album “Raw” (2010) which featured hit singles “Nocturnal Rainbows” and “Sag my Pants”.

Hopsin released a video series “III Mind of Hopsin” (2012). He released his next album “Knock Madness” (2013) which included artists such as SwizZz, Dizzy Wright, Tech N9ne and Jarren Benton. The single “Funk Volume” was released in 2013. His fourth studio album “Pound Syndrome” was released in 2015 and it included “Fort Collins”, a song he recorded after he walked out of a show due to depression. Hopsin founded a new record company “Undercover Prodigy” in 2016 and released the single “III Mind of Hopsin 8” and “All Your Fault”. In 2017, he has released two singles, “The Purge” and “Happy Ending”.

TV and film career: Hopsin appeared in Tech N9ne’s video “Am I a Psycho” (2012) which lead to his role in MTV’s “Sucker Free Sunday” (2012). Hopsin has also appeared in films such as “Fame” (2009) and “Murder in the First” (2015).

Hopsin was selected as “Top 10 Freshmen list” along with MGK, French Montana, Roscoe Dash, Danny Brown, Macklemore, Iggy Azalea, Kid Ink and Don Trip and appeared on the cover of XXL.

What are the highest charting music albums of Hopsin?

  1. Pound Syndrome (2015): #17
  2. No Shame (2017): #42
  3. Knock Madness (2013): #76

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