Snoop Dogg Net Worth

How much is Snoop Dogg Worth? $135 million

How did Snoop Dogg Earn Her Money and Wealth?

When Snoop Dogg was born his real name was Cordozar Calvin Broadus Jr. He is a well-known rapper and an actor. His mom gave him the nick “Snoop Dogg”. He is also, sometimes, referred to as “Snoop Doggy Dogg” and “Snoop Lion”. He started his music career playing piano and singing at his neighborhood Baptist Church. When he got to sixth grade, he started taking interest in hip-hop rather than in gospel. Snoop Dogg used to make tapes with his friend at his place. His friend’s name was Warren G. Warren asked his stepbrother, Dr. Dre, to give Snoop’s work a listen. Dre loved Snoop’s work and soon after asked Snoop to work with him in his first solo called “Deep Cover”. They did this song in the year 1992.

His first solo collection, “Doggystyle,” was dispatched by Death Row Records in November 1993. This album was loved by the audiences and it topped the music charts. Snoop Dogg was alleged to be linked with the murder of a man, that Snoop claimed was stalking him. The gun was fired by Snoop’s bodyguard. This happened in the year 1993. After that, Snoop Dogg went on trial in LA and was acquitted in the year 1996. He then released an album called “The Doggfather”.

At the beginning of 2013, Snoop released a new album by the name, “Reincarnated”, along with a similarly-titled documentary movie; it was about his time in Jamaica. The reason for this was his 2012 trip to Jamaica and subsequent conversion to the Rastafarian faith. In 2015, when he released his thirteenth album, “Bush”, he got back to calling himself Snoop Dogg. He released his fourteenth album in 2016, and called it “Coolaid”.

Ever since then Snoop has released several albums. He has been showing up a lot on the TV in the recent years as well. In 2013, he had parts in “Scary Movie 5,” “Turbo” and the TV show, “The League.” He showed up as himself in 2015’s “Pitch Perfect 2” and showed up on “Meet the Blacks” in 2016. Snoop’s likewise been occupied in 2017, showing up as himself in a scene of “The Simpsons” and in another scene of “Empire”.

The rapper has a great deal to feel proud of himself. His first album, “Doggystyle,” was the first to ever make a big appearance at No. 1 on the graphs. He has seventeen Grammy nominations and no Grammys, which is a record in itself. Outside of the music business, he showed up in the 2002 hit film, “Training Day,” and won the 2002 MTV Video Music Award for “Best Cameo.” Snoop is offering back to the group as the author of the Snoop Youth Football League in Los Angeles.

What are the highest selling albums of Snoop Dogg?

Doggystyle $7,000,000
Tha Doggfather $2,000,000
Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told $2,085,000
No Limit Top Dogg $1,518,000
Tha Last Meal $2,068,000
Paid tha Cost to Be da Boss $1,300,000
R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece $1,724,000
Tha Blue Carpet Treatment $903,000
Ego Trippin’ $400,000
Malice n Wonderland $400,000
Doggumentary $123,000
Reincarnated $104,000
Bush $250,000

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