How rich is Ryan Leslie?

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How rich is Ryan Leslie?

Ryan Leslie Net Worth:
$6 Million

Birth date: September 25, 1978
Birth place: Washington, D.C., United States
Profession: Record producer, Singer-songwriter, Keytarist, Singer, Actor, Musician, Rapper, Songwriter
Education: Harvard College
Nationality: United States of America
Parents: Mooi Leslie, Clement Leslie, How It Was Supposed to Be, Diamond Girl, Addiction
Record labels: Bad Boy Records
Nominations: BET Award for Best Male R&B/Pop Artist, Grammy Award for Best Contemporary R&B Album, BET Award for Best New Artist, Soul Train Music Award for Best New Artist, How It Was Supposed to Be, Diamond Girl, Addiction
Movies: Love + Hate
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Ryan Leslie Net Worth:

Ryan Leslie Net Worth $6 Million

Anthony Ryan Leslie professionally referred to as Ryan Leslie, is an American record producer, singer songwriter, multi instrumentalist and rapper from Washington, D.C. with a net worth of $6 million dollars. Creator of the media business Next Selection Lifestyle Group, Leslie has made singles for several artists in various music genres, ranging from R&B/hip hop to pop to gospel. From 2005-2006, he’d his most commercial success to date with Next Choice/Bad Boy/Atlantic recording artist Cassie and her single “Me & U”. He was nominated for a Grammy in 2011.

An extremely clever producer, songwriter, performer, businessman and self-promoter, Ryan Leslie once hired someone to film almost all of his actions, which were meticulously edited and uploaded to YouTube. Creator of the media business NextSelection Lifestyle Group, Leslie has made singles for several artists in various music genres, ranging from R&B/hip hop to pop to gospel. Ryan Leslie started making music as a teen. He got a foothold in the music business within four years of graduation and from the conclusion of 2005, he’d composed or made tracks for 702, Beyonce, Britney Spears, Carl Thomas and New Edition. Although both of Leslie’s records peaked in the Top Ten of Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart, he and his label parted. He went independent with Les Is More, released in October 2012 on Next Selection and doled out through the Sony-owned RED. Then Ryan Leslie started work on his fourth album, Black Mozart. Ryan Leslie was nominated for a Grammy in 2011.