How rich is Crooked I?

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How rich is Crooked i?

Crooked i Net Worth:
$1.5 Million

Birth date: September 23, 1978
Birth place: Los Angeles, California, United States
Profession: Musician, Rapper
Nationality: United States of America
Siblings: Andrew Deniro, Julius Luciano, Kenny Siegel, Demetrius Capone, No Sleep Gang, Let Me Get It, Mr. Pigface
Movies: Life After Death Row, Bank Brothers, Tha Block
Facebook:facebook.com/KXNGCROOKED
Twitter:twitter.com/crookedintriago
MySpace:myspace.com/crookedi

Crooked i Net Worth:

Crooked I Net Worth $1.5 Million

Produced in Long Beach, California, Crooked I, also called Dominick Wickliffe, began rapping and recording under his own label in California during his senior year of high school. His records caught the attention of Noo Trybe/Virgin Records, and he signed his first deal with them in 1995. He appeared on multiple soundtracks and respective collaborations while signed with Noo Trybe, but when the label was dissolved, he found himself floating. After attempting to become part owner of DPG Records, and ultimately turning down an offer from Dr. Dre, he started his own label, Dynasty Records in 2004. He ran into legal troubles with a few of his songs, and was unable to release any albums under his label until 2006. In 2007, he started his “Hip Hop Weekly” show, and fast became an internet sensation. He’s since gone on to release a handful of EPs, and is currently recording with all the supergroup, Slaughterhouse.

American rapper, Dominick Wickliffe, also known as Crooked I, has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million. Created September 23, 1978 in Long Beach, California, Crooked I started rapping and recording under his own label in California during his senior year of high school. His records caught the focus of Noo Trybe/Virgin Records, and he signed his first deal with them in 1995. He appeared on multiple soundtracks and various collaborations while signed with Noo Trybe, but when the label was dissolved, he found himself floating. After attempting to become part owner of DPG Records, and finally turning down an offer from Dr. Dre, he began his own label, Dynasty Records in 2004. He ran into legal troubles with a few of his tunes, and was not able to release any albums under his label until 2006. In 2007, he started his “Hip Hop Weekly” show, and immediately became an internet sensation. He’s since gone on to release numerous EPs, and is recording with all the supergroup, Slaughterhouse. Crooked I is currently CEO of his own record labels, Dynasty Entertainment and C.O.B. Digital as well as Senior Vice President of Dangerous Records.


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