Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. or better known as Snoop Dogg, is an American singer, rapper, producer, songwriter, entrepreneur, actor and media personality. Of course, nobody doesn’t know Snoop Dogg as he was one of the most popular rappers in the world.
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What Is Snoop Dogg’s Net Worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Snoop Dogg’s net worth is roughly $150 million. Her net worth makes him one of the richest rappers in the world. Here’s a list of Snoop Dogg’s earnings from 2007 to 2018:
- 2007 – $17 million
- 2008 – $16 million
- 2009 – $11 million
- 2010 – $15 million
- 2011 – $14 million
- 2012 – $9 million
- 2013 – $10 million
- 2014 – $10 million
- 2015 – $10 million
- 2016 – $13 million
- 2017 – $17 million
- 2018 – $15 million
- 2019 – $15 million
- Total: $157 million
How Does Snoop Dogg Spend Money?
Snoop Dogg mostly spends his money on real estate, a luxurious home, and royal car brands. He enjoys driving awesome cars with his unique car collection as he prefers classic cars. Snoop has a 1967 PontiacVirizion convertible in his unique car collection of about 25 cars.
Snoop’s Pontiac car is custom which is designed and has a yellow exterior design. This car has a 2-speed automatic transmission and V8 engine. Another car that he has is the 1967 Cadillac included in his unique car collection.
Snoop was purchased vehicles included
- Polaris Slingshot
- Chrysler 300C
- 1974 Cadillac Snoop DeVille Lowrider
- 1968 Cadillac Coupe DeVille
- 1968 Buick Riviera
- 2011 Ford Mustang GT
- Dodge Challenger SRT8
- Rolls-Royce Ghost
He sold his eight-bedroom in 2007, 6,527 square foot Mediterranean-style home for $1.83 million in Claremont, California. He purchased the house for $660,000 in 1994, however moved out of it in 2000. Snoop also has a 3,808-square-foot house with four bedrooms in Diamond Bar, Calif which he bought for $720,000.
Snoop Dogg’s Career
Snoop Dogg began his career when Dr. Dre saw him in 1992. His mixtape got handed to Dr. Dre. Once hearing the tape, Dre was impressed and invited him to an audition. Dr. Dre eventually became a mentor to Snoop Dogg and began teaching him how to structure his raps.
Later that year, he finally collaborated with Dre on his album ‘The Chronic’ which could launch a very successful solo career off the back of the album. His first album ‘Doggystyle’ produced by Dr. Dre and released in 1993 by Death Row Records was a massive success and he then continued heading towards greatness in the music industry.
Well, his album debuted at #1 on both the Billboard 200 and Billboard Top R&B/ Hip=Hop Albums Charts. Moreover, on his debut album, there are some popular singles such as ‘Gin & Juice’ and ‘What’s My Name’.
Snoop eventually released his next album in 1996 and also debuted at #1 on both Billboards charts. For the next three albums, Snoop left Death Row and signed with No Limit Records. He released Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told in 1998, No Limit Top Dogg in 1999, and Tha Last Meal in 2000.
Afterwards, Snoop signed with Priority / Capitol / EMI Records in 2002 and then released ‘Paid tha Cost to Be da Boss’. In 2004, he then signed with Geffen Records and then released R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta: The Masterpiece, That Blue Carpet Treatment, Ego Trippin, Malice ‘n Wonderland, and Doggumentary).
Aside from being a musician, Snoop also coaches a youth football league and high school football team. He was then hired by EMI as the chairman of Priority Records in September 2009.
After traveling to Jamaica in 2012, he announced that he had converted to the Rastafarian religion and became known as the Snoop Lion. He released a reggae album about his experiences in Jamaica, the album Reincarnation as well as a documentary of the same name.
He was back to being called Snoop Dogg in 2015 and released ‘Bush’. He also announced that he was a born-again Christian in 2018 along with his first gospel album, Bible of Love. His seventeenth solo album ‘I Wanna Thank Me’ was released in 2019.
Apart from his music career, he also has directed numerous adult films under pseudonyms (Michael J. Corleone and Snoop Scorcese). On television and films, he appeared both as himself and in fictional roles. He hosted plenty of TV-shows including:
- Doggy Fizzle Televizzle
- Snoop Dogg’s Father Hood
- Dogg After Dark
- Snoop and Martha’s Potluck Dinner Party
He has numerous commercial endorsements, they are Orbit Gum, Chrysler 200, Boost Mobile and St. Ides. Snoop also lends his name to a malt liquor of his own, the Snoop Dogg Board Company, Snoop Dogg’s footlong hot dogs, and plenty of clothing lines.
Snoop Dogg’s Life
Cordozar Calvin Broadus or better professionally as Snoop Dog was born on October 20, 1971 in Long Beach, California. He was the middle child in the family of three brothers. He had two brothers, one younger and one old. He lived with his mother and step-mother after his father left the family when he was 3 months old.
Her parents Beverly and Vernal split three months once Snoop was born. His mother and stepfather nicknamed him Snoopy as how much he loved the cartoon character from Peanuts. When he was very young, Snoop started singing and playing the piano at Golgotha Trinity Baptist Church. In sixth grade, he began rapping.
To provide for his family’s needs, Snoop sells candy, delivers newspapers and groceries in bags. He started a final activity in his teenage years that could not be separated from his mother’s efforts to keep him singing in the choir and playing football, rather than gangs and running on the streets.
Known, Snoop was a member of the Rollin ’20s Crips gang from the Eastside area of Long Beach. Due to possessing cocaine not long after graduating high school, he was eventually arrested. During the next three years, he was often in and out of jail or prison.