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J.R. Writer Wiki/Biography
J.R. Writer was born as Juan Rusty Brito on the 28th May 1984, in Harlem, New York City, USA, and is a hip hop recording artist and freestyle champion, best known as a former member of the East Coast hip-hop group The Diplomats, alongside Juelz Santana and Cam’ron. Writer’s career started in 2003.
Have you ever wondered how rich J.R. Writer is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Writer’s net worth is as high as $800,000, an amount earned through his successful rap career. In addition to releasing a studio album, Writer also recorded 15 mixtapes at this point, which improved his wealth.
J.R. Writer Net Worth $800,000
J.R. Writer grew up in the housing projects of Harlem, and had a quite turbulent childhood; spending some time in juvenile detention facilities between the ages 13 and 16. Inspired by his early troubles, he decided to launch his career as a recording artist. Writer’s talents were noticed by the correctional officers during his time in jail, and they encouraged him to battle other rappers in prison, so Writer earned the respect of the in mates, and on the streets as well.
After leaving the penitentiary, Writer found himself in the new hood in Harlem where he went to high school, and battled other rappers during lunch breaks, as part of his daily routine. Following his graduation, two notable rappers such as Cam’ron and Juelz Santana recognized Writer’s skills and made him the new member of the group called The Diplomats in 2003. They discovered Writer during one of the many rap battles he participated in, and impressed with his talent’s, and immediately included him as a fresh face of their crew.
From that point, Writer has released 15 mixtapes including the influential 13-track entitled “The Return Of Greatness” in 2014, featuring Styles P, Fat Trel, Hell Rell, Vado, and Fred Money among others. It was produced by such names as Track Officialz, Myes William, Razah, Stoopid On The Beat, Stat Five Ave, Automatik Beatz, SpecX2, and Butter Beats DBK, the well-known producers of underground hip hop. Writer also collaborated with others musicians such as Cassidy, Sen City, Fred Money, Drag-On, Lloyd Banks, Paul Wall, T.W.O., Tito Green, RansomDuke, Jae Millz, Da God, A-Money, AraabMuzik, and others. His numerous collaborations clearly helped boost his net worth.
Although he made most of his money thanks to rap battles and mixtapes, in 2006 Writer released his lone studio album called “History in the Making”, which added even more cash to his bank account. The release was a big hit, and peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, No. 2 on Billboard Top Rap Albums, No. 2 on Billboard Independent Albums, and No. 25 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling around 30,000 copies in the first week alone, which certainly increased his net worth by a large margin. Most recently, Writer released another mixtape entitled “Meet Zeus”, which came out in September 2016, after he served his sentence at the Ulster Correctional Facility in New York State.
Regarding his personal life, Writer’s most intimated details are unknown as he successfully manages to keep them away from the public eye.
|Full Name||J.R. Writer|
|Date Of Birth||May 28, 1984|
|Place Of Birth||Harlem, New York City, New York, United States|
|Profession||Hip-hop artist, freestyle champion|
|Siblings||Fred Money, E. Brito, Grill 'em, Meet ZEUS, Cinecrack, Fred Money, E. Brito, Grill 'em, Meet ZEUS, Cinecrack|
|Nicknames||The Writer of Writers , AR Writer , The Dominican Prince , Serious Business , Rusty Brito , Juan Rusty Brito , Jr Writer , JR.|
|Record Labels||Babygrande Records, Diplomat Records, E1 Music, Writer's Block, Diplomats, Koch, Babygrande/ Sony Music|
|Albums||“History in the Making” (2006), “The Return Of Greatness” (2014), Mixtapes: “The Return Of Greatness” (2014), “Writer's Block 4” (2007), “My Past Is Your Future” (2008), “Still Standing” (2010), “Meet Zeus” (2016)|
|Music Groups||The Diplomats|
|Movies||State Property 2 (2005)|
|1||Is working with Cam'Ron on Killa Season. [April 2006]|
|2||Is born and raised in the section of Harlem in the borough of Manhattan.|
|3||Has worked with the rapper J Hood.|
|4||Has worked with Dip-Set for three years.|
|5||Has made several songs with himself, Cam'Ron, Juelz Santana, and Jim Jones.|
|State Property 2||2005||Kid|
|RapFix Live||2011||TV Series||Himself|
|106 & Park Top 10 Live||2007||TV Series||Himself - Freestyle Friday Judge|
|Jim Jones: A Day in the Fast Life||2006||Video documentary||Himself|