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Joseph Tom Wiki/Biography
Joseph Tom was born on 8 November 1971, in San Francisco, California USA, and is a producer and rapper, best known for producing music on over 100 albums. He’s worked with various artists including Rich the Factor, The Game, Messy Marve, Master P, and Daz Dillinger. All of his endeavors have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is JT the Bigga Figga? As of late-2016, sources estimate a net worth that is at $5 million, mostly earned through a successful career as a music producer, including releasing numerous solo albums, collaboration albums, and mixtapes. As he continues his career it is expected that his wealth will increase.
JT the Bigga Figga Net Worth $5 million
JT started his career by founding the independent record label called Get Low Recordz during 1991; the label started in a basement and was a one-man operation. A year later, he made his debut album and self-released it at the age of 18. The album was entitled “Don’t Stop til We Major”, and he followed it up the next year with “Playaz N the Game”. One of the songs from the album, called “Game Recognize Game” went on to find some popularity and helped JT increase his net worth. The success of the album attracted a lot of record labels, and he would eventually sign with Priority Records. However, after joining the label in 1995, his next albums would be unsuccessful and he was soon released from his contract.
JT then went back to making and self-distributing his own albums; he worked on Get Low Records and then invested in a new recording studio. He then started producing more albums and worked on a distribution deal with Bayside Records. Other artists would come to join the company with the once small-time label now releasing 20 albums a year.
In 2002, JT then wrote an e-book entitled “The CEO Manual” and three years later, became the A&R for Rap-A-Lot Records’ West Coast operations. Around this time, JT’s net worth had increased to a much higher point.
Aside from music, JT has also been a part of several films, including “Sucker Free City” and SKUZZ TV” which was a documentary released by 3MZ productions. In 2006, JT collaborated with Snoop Dogg for the documentary entitled “Mandatory Business”, which featured artists such as 50 Cent, Young Buck, Xzibit, and Spike Lee.
One of his latest endeavors is the on-demand service Trapflix which resembles Netflix, which showcases music, concert footage, films, and documentaries. He has also been focused on filming and directing, working on numerous documentaries along with Snoop Dogg. Additionally he established the label Fillmoelanta under the alias Figg Panamera in Atlanta, and now represents a lot of hip hop talents including Snoop Dogg, G-Unit, and Rich Game.
JT has recently collaborated on a series of tapes with Gucci Mane, and is also working on a sequel to his book “The CEO Manual”.
For his personal life, it is known that JT has a Facebook page with over 1,400 likes. He also has a Twitter account under his alias Figg Panamera, however, he publishes no details of any relationships, keeping that side of his life very private..
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||November 8, 1973|
|Place Of Birth||San Francisco, California, United States|
|Skins||2007||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Held Up||1999||performer: "Save the Drama"|
|The Life and Times of Gangsta Brown Volume 1||2007|
|Sucker Free City||2004||TV Movie||Killa Ski|
|The Life and Times of Gangsta Brown Volume 1||2007||thanks|
|The Divine Brown: Million Dollar Hooker - A True Story||2006||Video documentary special thanks|
|The Knocumentary||2005||Video documentary||Himself|