Jerrell C. Jones net worth is
Jerrell C. Jones Wiki/Biography
Jerrell C. Jones, better known by his stage nickname J-Kwon, was born on the 28th March 1986, in St. Louis, Missouri USA. He is best known for being a hip hop artist, who released the hit rap single entitled “Tipsy” in 2004, and four studio albums – ““Hood Hoop” (2004), “Hood Hoop” (2008), “Hood Hoop 2.5” (2009), and “J-Kwon” (2010). He is also recognized as a record producer, known for founding his own label “Gracie Entertainment”. His career has been active since 2004.
So, have you ever wondered how rich J-Kwon is? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the overall size of J-Kwon’s net worth is $500,000,as of mid-2016. The main sum of his wealth is coming from his involvement in the music industry as a hip hop artist. Another source is coming from his work as a record producer.
J-Kwon Net Worth $500,000
J-Kwon had a very difficult childhood, as he was raised in his mother’s house until he was kicked out as a 12-year-old boy, reportedly for dealing in illegal drugs. Thus, he spent a lot of time on the streets of St. Louis, and frequently slept at friends’ houses. He was also expelled from school, so he began to gain popularity being involved in rap battles.
J-Kwon’s professional career in the world of music began in the early 2000s, when he started working on his first single, entitled “Tipsy”, which soon became an enormous hit, peaking at No. 1 on the US Rap chart and No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It also reached the Top 10 in Ireland, New Zealand, Australia and the UK. With the single, his net worth was established.
The song was followed by his first studio album named “Hood Hoop” (2004), which reached No. 4 on the US R&B chart and No. 7 on the Billboard 200 chart. The sales of the album certainly increased the overall size of his net worth to a large degree, but in addition to that, his popularity also rose, as he collaborated with such great American artists as Big B, and Jermaine Dupri among others.
After the initial success of the album, he immediately started working on his second release; however, as his popularity rose, he started to feature on other artist’s recordings too, which postponed his second album until 2008. He worked with Bow Wow on his song “Fresh Azimiz”, and Petey Pablo and Ebony Eyez on the song “”Get XXX’d”, for the film “XXX: State Of The Union”. All of these works contributed a lot to his overall wealth.
His second album, entitled “Hood Hoop 2” came out in 2008, but it wasn’t as successful as his debut album. J-Kwon tried to bounce back with an immediate follow up, entitled “Hood Hoop 2.5” (2009), but without major success. After that he started his own record label, entitled “Gracie Entertainment”, through which he has released his latest album, “J-Kwon”, in 2010, which also added to his net worth. However, he has been rather quiet on the music scene for the last couple of years. Speaking about his personal life, there is no information in the media about J-Kwon, as he obviously keeps his private life to himself.
|Net Worth||$500 Thousand|
|Date Of Birth||1986-03-28|
|Nominations||Soul Train Music Award for Best New Artist, Billboard Music Award for Male New Artist of the Year, Tipsy, Get XXX'd, Hood Hop|
|Rough Night||2017||performer: "Tipsy" / writer: "Tipsy" - as Jerrell Jones|
|Sisters||2015/III||performer: "Tipsy" / writer: "Tipsy" - as Jerrell Jones|
|This Is the End||2013||performer: "Tipsy" / writer: "Tipsy" - as Jerrell Jones|
|Todd's Pop Song Reviews||TV Series documentary performer - 2 episodes, 2009 - 2012 writer - 1 episode, 2009|
|Project X||2012||writer: "Tipsy" - as Jerrell Jones|
|Nancy Drew||2007||performer: "We Came to Party" / writer: "We Came to Party"|
|So You Think You Can Dance||2005||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|xXx: State of the Union||2005||performer: "Get XXX'd"|
|The Wire||TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2004 writer - 1 episode, 2004|
|White Chicks||2004||performer: "Tipsy" / writer: "Tipsy" - as Jerrell C. Jones|
|Soul Plane||2004||performer: "Tipsy" / writer: "Tipsy" - as Jerrell Jones|
|Saturday Night Live||2004||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Breakin' All the Rules||2004||performer: "Tipsy" / writer: "Tipsy" - as Jerrell Jones|
|Monkey Dust||2003||TV Series 1 episode|
|So So Def All-Star 20th Anniversary Concert||2013||TV Special||Himself|
|The 19th Annual Soul Train Music Awards||2005||TV Special||Himself|
|The Teen Choice Awards 2004||2004||TV Special||Himself|
|The Tonight Show with Jay Leno||2004||TV Series||Himself|
|Saturday Night Live||2004||TV Series||Himself - Musical Guest|