How rich is Redman?
Redman Net Worth:
|Birth date:||April 17, 1970|
|Birth place:||Newark, New Jersey, United States|
|Height:||6 ft (1.85 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Record producer, Rapper, Film Score Composer, Disc jockey, Master of Ceremonies, Voice Actor|
|Education:||New College of Florida|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Children:||Camila Beresford-Redman, Alec Beresford-Redman|
|Parents:||Juanita Beresford-Redman, David Beresford-Redman|
|Music groups:||Method Man and Redman (Since 1994), Def Squad (Since 1996), Hit Squad|
|Nominations:||Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Reality-Competition Program, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Programs|
|Movies:||How High, Method & Red, How High 2|
|TV shows:||Crash Course, Pimp My Ride|
Redman net worth, wiki & biography:
Among the hottest rappers from New Jersey Redman net worth has been declared to have approximation of 10 million dollars. Besides his livelihood as a rapper, Redman is also called a record producer and an actor which also adds enormous amounts of cash to the overall sum of Redman net worth.The rapper was created in 1970 and his birth name is Reginald Noble. Redman is also called an associate in the rap duo which additionally contains a rapper called Method Man. So, he became known to the people in 1990s, when the duo began appearing and performing in the people.
Redman Net Worth $10 Million
Method Man and Redman released their first album that was called What Thee Record under the record label of Def Jam Records. The record was rather a success and added additional cash to the total sum of Redman net worth. The record blended not only rap but also reggae and funk music genres of music which made the record to reach 49th standing on the Billboard 200 Album Chart. Furthermore, it was also certified Gold. Besides his career in music business, Redman is also called an actor , and it has appeared in numerous movies. Yet, one thing that made Redman successful and popular both nationwide and globally was the single he recorded together with Christina Aguilera which was called Dirty. Unofficially Redman was additionally promised to be the 11th member in the Wu-Tang Clan. His first participation in music was with EPMD. Redman was featured on their record called Business as Usual. Also, Redman was also featured on the record Politics and Bullshit by Frankie Cutlass. Both collaborations with EPMD and with Franke Cutlass were successful and added sales to the entire sum of Redman net worth.