Mike Jones Net Worth

How much is Mike Jones worth? $6 million

How did Mike Jones earn his money and wealth?

Mike Jones was born on November 18, 1981 at Houston, Texas, United States. He is a rapper, acting professional, and business owner. He originally was with Swishahouse, then left to discover his own brand, Ice Age. Before he was on Swishahouse, he was in a team known as Souf Folk, in which he used the alias, Sache. He launched one record with Souf Folk known as Country Thuggin in 2003. In 2001, Jones established his own independent record brand, Ice Age Entertainment, and started solo rapping. He individually marketed and distributed his music on the roads and pushed it on DJs at strip clubs. Jones eventually finalized the southeast record brand, Swishahouse after meeting with Swishahouse A&R T. Farris. At that time, Swishahouse was signing other future southeast rapping artists Slim Thug, Paul Wall and Chamillionaire.

In 2004, after the release of his large single “Still Tippin'”, which was getting lots of radio play, Jones finalized a major deal to Jive Records and Warner Bros. He quickly launched his second individual track, “Back Then”, which gradually went Platinum, making it Jones’s Platinum solo. On April 19, 2005, Jones launched his first appearance record, Who Is Mike Jones? After two months the album also obtained Platinum position, gradually attaining dual Platinum. It is Jones’s maximum selling record to date. In September 2006, Jones launched the individual named “Mr. Jones”. It came out at #92 on the Billboard Charts. The music obtained further identification when rapper Lil Wayne freestyled on his version “Sky Is The Limit” for his  “Da Drought 3”  mixtape. On Jan 31, 2007, Jones declared a future EP and a movie, both named  The American Dream. On April 21, 2007, Jones launched the second individual from the EP, named “My 64”, presenting Bun B and Snoop Dogg. The individual came out at #1 on the Bubbling under Hot 100 Singles chart. The American Dream was launched by Jones and it came out on the Billboard charts at #183 on Nov 20, 2007.

On November 27, 2007, Jones launched the first appearance individual “Drop & Gimme 50” for his second single record, named The Voice. “Drop & Gimme 50” presented Hurricane Chris. “Cuddy Buddy” was Jones second solo launched,  on May 19, 2008. The solo did well on the Billboard Hot 100, debuting at #78. On December 2, 2009, the third solo from The Voice was launched. Titled “Next To You, it came out on the Billboard Hot 100 at #63. On April 28, 2009, The Voice was launched, debuting on the Billboard 200 at #12 and promoting 25,000 copies its first 7 days.

During 2010 and 2011, Jones went on a break. On August 20, 2012, he declared his comeback, describing the reason for his break was due to economical conflicts with his former brand, Asylum Records and those funds had been taken from him. On Oct 31, 2013 Jones would launch a mixtape named Back Ballin’ Underground. On January 1, 2015 Jones launched a mixtape named Money Train. On February 5, 2015, Jomes declared on his Instagram account that he was focusing on another mixtape named Money Train: Reloaded which would be a sequel to his previous mixtape, Money Train.

His first acting career was a minimal part in the Fox tv sequence Prison Break as Darius Morgan, C-Note’s brother-in-law. In 2007, Jones launched his film The American Dream, in which he appeared, with much of the story based on his life.

What are the highest selling albums of Mike Jones?

  1.      Who Is Mike Jones? (2005)
  2.      The Voice (2009)

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