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Rashia Fisher Wiki/Biography
Rashia Fisher, or more popularly known as Rah Digga, born on the 12th of December, 1972, is an American hiphop artist, actress, and model who became famous in the world of hiphop and is known to be “one of rap’s most prominent women MCs”.
So how much is Digga’s net worth? As of early 2017, based on authoritative sources it is reported to be $500,000, acquired from her years in the music industry and also her appearances in various movie and television shows.
Rah Digga Net Worth $500,000
Born in Newark, New Jersey, Digga was a pretty brilliant student. She studied at a private school in Maryland, scored 1300 on her SATs and even graduated salutatorian in her high school. She later on attended New Jersey Institute of Technology and graduated with a degree in electrical engineering.
Digga fell in love with rapping through her inspirations such as Queen Latifah and Rakim. Her passion led her to joining groups like Twice the Flavor and later on Outsisaz. While performing at the Ney York City’s Lyricist Lounge, artist Q-Tip member of the group A Tribe Called Quest saw her performance and immediately wanted to work with her. Her early years as a rapper started her career and also her net worth.
Q Tip originally planned for Digga to sign a deal with Elektra Records but it didn’t work out, Q Tip then introduced her to fellow artist Busta Rhymes and she became part of his group Flipmode Squad. Their partnership led to multiple collaborations, and it also led Digga to appear in a number of Busta Rhymes’ albums.
After joining Busta Rhymes’ group, Digga later on worked solo and released her debut album “Dirty Harriet”. The first album became a chart-topper and established her as one of the premier solo female artist of her time. The success of “Dirty Harriet” was then followed with her participation in the album “Lyricist Lounge Vol. 1”, where she sang the track “Be Ok”.
Digga intended to follow up “Dirty Harriet” with another album in 2004 called “Everything is a Story”, but it was leaked on the internet. After that in 2010, she released a new album entitled “Classic”. Her albums also helped further her career and raise her net worth.
Her outstanding career in music gave her plenty of nominations in various award giving bodies like the MTV Video Music Award, the BET Award and the BET Hip Hop awards. She later on was able to win an award for Best Collabo in the 2006 BET Hip Hop Award for the song “Touch It (remix).
Aside from music, Digga also acted a little and appeared in movies like “Da Hip Hop Witch”, “Thirteen Ghosts”, and MTV’s “Carmen: A Hip Hopera”. She was also featured in documentaries including 2003’s “Queens of Hip Hop” and 2009’s “Say My Name”.
Today, Digga is still active in the music industry and releases songs through her iTunes, Soundcloud, and Bandcamp account.
In terms of her personal life, Digga was married to Dewayne Battle, more popularly known as Young Zee, who was also a hiphop artist. The two got divorced but has one daughter together named Sativa.
|Full Name||Rah Digga|
|Net Worth||$500 Thousand|
|Date Of Birth||December 18, 1972|
|Place Of Birth||Newark, New Jersey, United States|
|Education||New Jersey Institute of Technology, New York Film Academy|
|Awards||BET Hip Hop Award for Best Collabo, Duo or Group|
|Albums||Dirty Harriet, Classic, This Ain't No Lil' Kid Rap|
|Music Groups||Flipmode Squad (1997 – 2007), Outsidaz|
|Nominations||MTV Video Music Award for Best Rap Video, MTV Video Music Award for Best Male Video, BET Award for Best Female Hip-Hop Artist, BET Award for Video of the Year, BET Award for Best Collaboration, BET Hip Hop Award for People's Champ, BET Hip Hop Award for Best Hip Hop Video|
|Movies||Da Hip Hop Witch, Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration, Thirteen Ghosts, Carmen: A Hip Hopera, Queens of Hip Hop, Break Ya Neck with Busta Rhymes: Unauthorized|
|1||I write my own rhymes|
|1||Rah Digga's sophomore album "Classic" produced by Nottz will be in stores summer 2010 celebrating the 10 year anniversary of "Dirty Harriet" [June 2010]|
|2||Had an album shelved due to label changes, hence the ten year gap between albums. She made frequent guest appearances and was a highly sought after female mc with distinct voice and quick witted rhymes.|
|3||Was part of the groups The Outsidaz and The Flipmode Squad. Has a daughter named Sativa with Young Zee, born in 1997.|
|Breakin' All the Rules||2004||writer: "I Know What You Want" - as Rashia Fisher|
|Friday After Next||2002||writer: "Just Chill" - as R. Fisher|
|Blade II||2002||performer: "Gangsta Queens" / writer: "Gangsta Queens" - as Rashia Fisher|
|Thir13en Ghosts||2001||performer: "Mirror Mirror" / writer: "Mirror Mirror" - as Rashia Fisher|
|Dr. Dolittle 2||2001||writer: "What It Is Part II" - as R. Fisher|
|Scratch||2001||Documentary performer: "Break Fool" / writer: "Break Fool" - as Rashia Tashan Fisher|
|Scary Movie||2000||performer: "Feel Me"|
|Slam||1998||performer: "Take a Walk in My Shoes" - as Rah-Digga / writer: "Take a Walk in My Shoes" - as R. Fisher|
|Thir13en Ghosts||2001||Maggie Bess|
|Carmen: A Hip Hopera||2001||TV Movie||Rasheeda|
|Can't Forget New Jersey||2014||Documentary rumored|
|The Mo'Nique Show||2010||TV Series||Herself|
|Michael Jackson NRJ 12 Tribute||2009||TV Movie||Herself|
|Say My Name||2009/I||Documentary|
|BET Awards 2006||2006||TV Special||Herself|
|Dennis Miller||2004||TV Series||Herself|
|Queens of Hip Hop||2003||Video documentary||Rah Digga|
|Hip-Hop VIPs||2002||Video documentary||Herself|
|Soul Train||2002||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Thir13en Ghosts Revealed||2002||Video short documentary||Herself - 'Maggie'|
|It's Black Entertainment||2002||TV Special documentary||Herself (as Ra Digga)|
|Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Celebration||2001||TV Special documentary||Herself|
|The 15th Annual Soul Train Music Awards||2001||TV Special||Herself|
|Da Hip Hop Witch||2000||Video||Herself|
|14th Annual Soul Train Music Awards||2000||TV Special||Herself|
|2000 Essence Awards||2000||TV Special||Herself|
|MTV Video Music Awards 1999||1999||TV Special||Herself|
|The 1999 Source Hip-Hop Music Awards||1999||TV Special||Himself|
|106 & Park Top 10 Live||2006||TV Series||Herself|