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Jamal "Mally Mall" Rashid Wiki/Biography
Mally Mall was born Jamal Rashid in the Bay Area, Northern California USA, and is a music producer and a rapper, best known for producing songs by famous artists. He started his career working for the legendary Rick Ross and Ant Banks. He was also the man behind the award-winning documentary ‘2 Turntables and a Microphone: The Life and Death of Master Jam J,’ which also included 50 Cent as the executive producer.
Are you wondering how rich Mally Mall is, as of early 2016? Mally Mall is said to be a relatively wealthy man, as he is estimated by sources to have a net worth approaching $20 million. He has acquired his money and assets from the music industry, producing hit tracks by noted musicians. He has worked with the likes of Usher, Future, French Montana, Lupe Fiasco, Chris Brown, Snoop Dogg, Justin Bieber, Drake and Sean Kingston. He also owns and runs two record labels: Future Music and Mally Mall Music.
Mally Mall Net Worth $20 Million
Mally’s love for music started an early age. He says that his passion was heavily influenced by legendary producers Rick Ross and Ant Banks, both of whom operated in the Bay Area. Working with these producers, he learnt all the ins and outs of music and then decided to go solo, starting his own record labels: Future Music and Mally Mall Music. Through his companies, he has managed to produce numerous hits by famous artists in the US, including ‘Transform Ya,’ ‘Peaches and Cream,’ and ‘Caught Up.’ Of course all these activities contributed significantly to his net worth.
Mally Mall has proven his talent in producing not only music, but also films. He took an interesting twist with his career, joining hands with 50 Cent to produce a documentary entitled ‘2 Turntables and a Microphone: The Life and Death of Master Jam J.’ This earned him much needed recognition and the respect of top managers, media executives and radio personalities, and among a roster of superstars internationally. The film also had a positive effect on raising his net worth.
Currently, Mally Mall continues to work in the studio, teaming up with A-list artists such as Memphis Bleek, Rick Ross and Yelawolf to release more hits. Some of his latest works include ‘Drop Bands On It’ and ‘Wake up in It’, so his net worth is still on the rise, also added to by his frequent guest appearances in the TV show ”Love & Hip Hop, Hollywood” in the last two years.
When it comes to his personal life, Mally Mall has never been married, but has reportedly been dating Nikki Mudarris, an actress featured in the show ”Love & Hip Hop, Hollywood” in 2015, now referred to as his partner. In September 2014, his house in Las Vegas, Nevada and his Mally Mall Music office were raided by the FBI in an investigation concerned with human trafficking. The FBI conducted the morning bust at his $1.4 million, 2.6-acres home in an aim to collect any evidence that linked him with human rights violations.
|Full Name||Mally Mall|
|Net Worth||$20 Million|
|Date Of Birth||July 7, 1977|
|Place Of Birth||Northern California, California, United States|
|Profession||Record producer, rapper, record executive, entrepreneur|
|Record Labels||Future Music, Mally Mall Music|
|Albums||"EMPIRE Presents: Triple X-Mas", "Dubb Fa Dubb: Gettin It How We Spit It!!", "Drop Bands On It", "Wake Up In It", "Hot Girls"|
|Movies||"2 Turntables and a Microphone: The Life and Death of Master Jam J" (documentary, 2008)|
|TV Shows||”Love & Hip Hop, Hollywood” (2015), ‘Drop Bands On It’, ‘Wake up in It’|
|The Peach Panther||2017||post-production|
|2 Turntables and a Microphone||2008||Documentary executive producer|
|Mac Dre: Legend of the Bay||2015||Documentary||Himself - Interviewee|
|Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood||2014||TV Series||Himself|
|Wake Up in It||2014||Short||Himself|