Mobb Deep Net Worth- Know the net worth of Mobb Deep, Havoc and Prodigy

Mobb Deep Net Worth- Know the net worth of Mobb Deep, Havoc and Prodigy

Facts of Mobb Deep Net Worth- Know the net worth of Mobb Deep, Havoc and Prodigy

Net worth$10 million
First NameMobb
Last NameDeep
Birth Nation: United States

An American Hip-Hop music duo Mobb Deep has the net worth of around $10 million.Two singers and rappers, Havoc and Prodigy formed the group Mobb Deep in 1989 but one of the members, Prodigy died in 2017.

Net Worth of Mobb Deep:

An American music duo Mobb Deep has the net worth estimated to be $10 million.In 1995, Mobb Deep earned $500,000 from the album The Infamous.Then in 1996, the earnings from the album Hell on Earth was $500,000.In 1999, Mobb Deep earned $1 million from the album Murda Muzik.

In 2001, Mobb Deep earned $500,000 from the album Infamy.In 2004, the earnings from the album Amerikaz Nightmare was $400,000 and $7,100 from the album The Infamous Mobb Deep.Then in 2006, Mobb Deep earned $382,000 from the album Blood Money and in 2010, $15,100 from the extended play Black Cocaine.

How was Mobb Deep formed?

Mobb Deep was officially established by Havoc and Prodigy in 1989.They first went by the name Poetical Prophets but in 1992, they changed their name to Mobb Deep.

In 1993, Mobb Deep released their first album Juvenile Hell.

How did Mobb Deep rise?

In 1995, Mobb Deep released their second album The Infamous.After the release of The Infamous, Mobb Deep rose in the hip-hop industry.

Then in 1996, Mobb Deep released their third album Hell on Earth which featured Jay-Z, Big L, and other rappers.In 1998, Mobb Deep with Bounty Killer worked on Deadly Zone for the Blade.

In 1999, Mobb Deep released their fourth album, Murda Muzik.Quiet Storm is the first single from Murda Muzik featured artist Lil Kim in its remix version which was released as album's second single.Then in the same year, Prodigy released his solo album H.N.I.C. collaborating with B.G., N.O.R.E.

In 2001, Mobb Deep released Infamy.Then in 2004, Mobb Deep released Amerikaz Nightmare.Most of the Mobb Deep's albums between 1995 to 2004 are owned by Sony Music Entertainment.

Mobb Deep signed G-Unit Records in 2005.Then in 2006, Mobb Deep released their another album Blood Money which featured 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, Nate Dogg, Young Buck, and Mary J. Blige.In 2009, G-Unit released Mobb Deep from their contract.

In 2011, Mobb Deep released Dog Shit which featured rapper, Nas.In 2012. Mobb Deep was separated.But later in 2013, Mobb Deep re-united and performed a concert and held a tour.In 2013, Havoc released his solo album 13.

In 2014, Mobb Deep released their eighth album The Infamous Mobb Deep.

In 2017, Prodigy died in Las Vegas, Nevada from accidental choking.

About Havoc:

Kejuan Muchita, popular by his stage name, Havoc was born on May 21, 1974, in Queensbridge, New York.He is an American rapper and record producer.Havoc has also worked with Eminem, Nas, Foxy Brown, and other rappers.

About Prodigy:

Albert Johnson, popular by his stage name Prodigy was born on November 2, 1974, in Hempstead, New York.

In 2003, Prodigy was arrested for third-degree criminal possession of a weapon and marijuana.In 2006, Prodigy was arrested for criminal possession of a weapon.In 2007, Prodigy was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison for illegal possession of a firearm.Then in 2011, Prodigy was released from Mid-State Correctional Facility, New York.

In 2011, Prodigy published his autobiography, My Infamous Life: The Autobiography of Mobb Deep's Prodigy.

Prodigy's wife name is Kiki Johnson and they got two children.

Prodigy died on July 20, 2017, in Las Vegas, Nevada from accidental choking, according to the report.He was suffering from sickle-cell anemia which caused him to hospitalize a few days earlier his death.He was performing with Havoc and other artists in Las Vegas before he was hospitalized.

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