How rich is Kurupt?
Kurupt net worth:
|Birth date:||November 23, 1972|
|Birth place:||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Profession:||Actor, Singer, Rapper, Businessperson|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Natina Reed (m. 2001–2003)|
|Parents:||Jomax Collins, Sharon Hill Brown, C-Walk, Who Ride Wit Us, We Can Freak It|
|Music groups:||Tha Dogg Pound, The Hrsmn, Soul Assassins, Dungeon Family, C-Walk, Who Ride Wit Us, We Can Freak It|
|Nominations:||NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Song|
|Movies:||Half Past Dead 2, Half Past Dead, Hollywood Homicide, Dark Blue, The Wash, The Penthouse, I Accidentally Domed Your Son, Vice, Brothers in Arms, A Talent for Trouble, Vegas Vampires, Bigg Snoop Dogg: Adventures of Tha Blue Carpet Treatment, Cut Off, Don of All Dons, Kurupt: G-TV, Kurupt: Uncut, Dogg Pound Chronicle: The Cleveland Edition|
Kurupt net worth & biography:
He’s an associate of the rap group Tha Dogg Pound, and is usually known for his work with Death Row Records. He’s additionally an associate of the hip hop super group The HRSMN. After forming two-man team Tha Dogg Pound, they were greatly featured on Snoop’s debut Doggystyle, even given their particular tune alongside Rage, “For All My Niggaz & Bitchez.” Following the signing of Tupac Shakur to Death Row in September 1995, a competition was started between Death Row as well as the east shore’s Bad Boy Entertainment. Death Row became a separated label, with Suge Knight demanding every rapper on the label diss an array of east shore artists hailing from or affiliated with Bad Boy. Having already thrown in to the Ruthless Records/Death Row battle, Kurupt and Daz joined in the feud using their single “New York, New York,” featuring Snoop Dogg; the tune was rendered as a diss against NYC and although it didn’t diss anyone particularly, it incited the response “L.A., L.A.” by NY rappers Capone N Noreaga, Mobb Deep & Tragedy Khadafi. The duo’s record, Dogg Food, became tremendously successful, despite being the primary Death Row release not produced by Dr. Dre. Dr. Dre did, nevertheless, combine the record. The time after Dogg Food’s release proved to be a hectic one for Death Row. Artists discouraged by the increasing struggle contained RBX, who left the label; Lady of Rage, whose job was constantly postponed; and Dr. Dre himself, who started to resent Suge’s contentious strongarm strategies and thirst for the limelight. Despite the fact that Kurupt was an associate of the DPG, he acquired an extremely powerful camaraderie with Tupac and the Outlawz through the mid 1990s.