Chamillionaire Net Worth

Chamillionaire Net Worth, Age, Biography, and Personal Life

Chamillionaire Introduction 

Chamillionaire is an American rapper. 

When you read about this rapper you might feel that he’s the real epitome of being rags to riches. 

He has taken his art from the streets to the pavement of every block. 

At the top of his game, his songs were sold left and right 

Chamillionaire Net Worth & Salary

Chamillionaire has a net worth of  $50 million. 

He earns a monthly salary of $4.17 million.

He makes the majority of his wealth from his investments which he has done as a venture capitalist. 

Chamillionaire Age, Early Life & Biography

Chamillionaire’s age is 43.

He was born in very humble surroundings sings but moved to Houston when he was a toddler. 

His father Musl Yoruba was an African-American Christian and moved to Houston, Texas for better opportunities.

His childhood was troublesome as his parents separated when he was very young. 

He attended jerseyyVillage High School where he met another rapper  “Paul Wall” with whom he went on to release his first rap music album. 

Rap and other types of secular music were opposed in his household by his parents. Yet he was very much fascinated by them. 

Chamillionaire Net Worth
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Name:Hakeem Temidayo Seriki
Birth Date:November 28, 1979
Birth Place:WashingtonD.C., U.S.
Height:5 ft10 inch 
Sexual Orientation:Straight 
Marital Status:Married
Wife/Spouse (Name):Deetera Seiki 
Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):Xavier
Dating/Girlfriend (Name):N/A
Yearly Income:$4.17 million
Net Worth $50 million 
Content Last Updated:January 2023

Chamillionaire Personal Life 

Chamillionaire is said to be married to Deetra Seriki. 

They started dating each other in the year 2001. Not much has been known about their personal life since they have always maintained a private personal life.

Chamillionaire Career 

He was a Houston-based artist who sorts off blew up in 2002 when he made a collaborative album with Paul Wall, “Get Ya Mind Correct”. Which sold 150 thousand copies without the help of any label. 

Then he went on to become a phenomenon when he released the song “Riding Dirty” which sort of became his identity. That song gained so widespread popularity that it sort of became his identity. 

At that time a lot of artists from Houston gained a lot of popularity, especially rapper 

Chamillionaire was signed to Swisha House records. 

So when Chamillionaire dropped Sign for revenge it went on to sell 1.6 million copies easily He was selling like hotcakes. 

He also won the grammy for his song Riding dirty. 

At that time ringtones were selling and he sold around 3.5 million. 

He got his move to a big label finally when Universal signed him. 

He was purely a rapper and catered to the rap audience and didn’t take the route of transitioning to hip-hop which many rappers do to get mainstream. 

When he tried to transition into a more pop song he flopped commercially though all of the songs were great. 

His second album for Universal didn’t even sell 200 thousand copies but it was technically a really good song. 

He was not being supported properly by his album. He wanted to go down a more traditional hip-hop route as his audience was much more mature 

He was releasing insanely good mix tapes and songsHe had a very big loyal fan base. 

Though Universal wanted him to produce more pop songs to be commercially more viable. 

At one point he was asked to perform with Justin Bieber though those two artists were completely different and had completely different art styles.  

He was not being supported the way he should be He made an album named “Venom”, which never saw the daylight and was left in the lockers of universal. 

This caused a big dispute between Universal and Chamillionaire, and they were going back and forth.

 He released a few singles for the album Venomone ch was “Ludacris” which gained some traction with the audience and did well.  He also released a single for the radio named “Good-Morning” it went no one on “iTunes 

In 2011e left Universal because both wanted very different thin things for the deal he had to leave his album Vemom with Universal Universal 

He didn’t quit yet and went on release one song after another “Rainfall”, “Major Pain “, “Major Pain 1.5” “Ammunition and much much more  Sadly he didn’t get the steam that he used to get. 

So he transitioned into a venture capitalist. He became a part of the company Up-front Ventures. 

His firm gives investment and advice to young entrepreneurs and their start-up companies which need early investment. 

Chamillionaire Awards & Achievements

He was nominated for the best independent rapper in 2002 by Source magazine. 

Though his biggest achievement is surely winning the Grammy for his song “Riding Dirty”. 

Chamillionaire Major Investments and Assets

He changes his Career route from being a rapper to a cutthroat entrepreneur. He started his entrepreneurial and investment journey.

He became a venture capitalist and his investments have brought him a fortune.

He was an early investor in “Maker’s Studio” which was later acquired by Disney. 

He once sold an app which was sold for $400 million. 

He owns a company named “Fly Rides” which customizes cars for its customers

Besides all this, he also owns a tour bus company by which he provides tour buses to artists actors or anyone who wants to rent tour buses. 

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