- Rise to fame - in 1992, after being featured on Dr. Dre's debut solo single, "Deep Cover", and on his debut album, The Chronic.
- Huge sales - Music is the main source of his tremendous net worth - he sold over 23 million albums in the US and 35 million albums worldwide. His big wealth almost includes him in the top 10 richest rappers out there.
- Nickname - it was given by his mother; she called him Snoopy, as he looked like the dog from the Peanuts comics. That became later Snoop Doggy Dogg, and finally Snoop Dogg.
- Money spender - Besides jewelry, he invested in a 25 classic car collection, out of which we just name a few: a V8 Pontiac Virizion convertible from 1967, a Polaris Slingshot, a Rolls-Royce Ghost, a Cadillac Snoop DeVille Lowrider from 1974, and a Chrysler 300CCadillac.
And, of course, big houses could not miss from this list. For instance, he had a 6,500 square foot house in Claremont, California that he sold in 2007. It had "only" eight bedrooms
- Debut solo album - Doggystyle, was produced by Dr. Dre in 1993; it debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, and on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, and was certified quadruple-platinum in 1994.
- Second album - Tha Doggfather (1996), also debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, and on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. It was certified double-platinum.
- Next albums - Da Game is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told (1998), No Limit Top Dogg (1999), and Tha Last Meal (2000), Paid tha Cost to Be da Boss, R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece, Tha Blue Carpet Treatment, Ego Trippin', Malice 'n Wonderland, Doggumentary.
- Hits - "What's My Name?", "Gin & Juice", "Snoop's Upside Ya Head".
- TV star - He appeared in Doggy Fizzle Televizzle, Snoop Dogg's Father Hood, and Dogg After Dark.
- Coach in the youth football league and high-school football team.
- Awards - He has 17 Grammy nominations, but no win.
- Fame - He got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2018.
- New album 2019 - I Wanna Thank Me.
|Real name:||Cordozar Calvin Broadus, Jr.|
Snoop Dogg Height
|How tall is Snoop Dogg?||193 cm / 6 ft 4 in|
|Weight|| 75 kg / 165 lbs Comment
|Born:||20 October 1971 Comment |
|How old is Snoop Dogg in 2021? / Age: ||49 years
|Where was Snoop Dogg born?||Long Beach, California, USA|
|Nicknames:||Snoop Doggy Dogg, Snoop Lion, Snoop Rock, DJ Snoopadelic, Snoop Lion, Bigg Snoop Dogg, Snoopy, Snoopzilla, Snoop-A-Loop Uncle Snoop|
Snoop Dogg Net worth 2021 (estimated)
|How much is Snoop Dogg worth?||$150,000,000
Who is Snoop Dogg? / Facts
- Revenue sources:
- a company that invests in we*d startups called Casa Verde Capital.
- his own skateboarding company (Snoop Dogg Board Company), along with his brother Bing Worthington.
- e-sports (he launched the Gangsta Gaming League).
- the app. Snoopify, that's pasting Snoop Dogg stickers onto people's photos.
- almost forgot ... ahh, ... music
- Social media stats as of March 2021:
- 34M likes on facebook
- 19M followers on Twitter
- 55M followers
Bio / wiki sources: Wikipedia, accounts on social media, content from our users.
If you stop at general math, you're only going to make general math money. - Snoop Dogg
“I just change with the times. I really don’t have a say in what’s going on. Music was here before me.” – Snoop Dogg
The 'American Idol' and 'X Factor' shows, they're great shows. But I think I need to make a show like that, directed straight to the hood, to the artists that don't get the attention, that don't have the money to make themselves representable. - Snoop Dogg
“I love making music and I’m falling in love with making records, so it’s like having two girlfriends. But I can handle it.” – Snoop Dogg
“Whatever it is you do you have to master your craft.” – Snoop Dogg
Yes, we all agree on this. Snoop Dogg is filthy rich. But... how rich? We here at wikiFame say he's got a $150M net worth. What do you think? Less or more?
Snoop Dogg Social Media Accounts
Shante Broadus, Cordell Broadus, Corde Broadus, Cori Broadus, Julian Corrie Broadus
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Last update: 29 March 2021
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