Rich Boy Net Worth 2023: Income, Salary, Career, Bio

What is Rich Boy’s Net Worth?

Net Worth$300 Thousand
Real NameMarece Benjamin Richards
Age39 Years Old
Height1.78M
ProfessionRapper
Salary & Income$120 Thousand Per Year
Last Updated2023

Rich Boy is an American rapper who has a net worth of $300 thousand. He started his career by joining Polow Da Don’s Zone 4 record label in 2006. He is best known for his popular single “Throw Some D’s” which was released in August 2006 as the first single for his eponymous debut album and reached No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 2007.

Why Was Rich Boy Arrested?

On October 3, 2022, Rich Boy was arrested on third-degree domestic abuse charges, which included domestic violence, harassment, and domestic violence assault. Rich Boy allegedly got into a physical argument with his parents, prompting police to respond.

This is his second arrest for attempted assault, following his arrest for the same offense in 2008. The civil claim was filed by an accountant who was hurt in 2005 by ricocheting bullet fragments fired from Richards’ and his brother Irvin’s Cadillac.

Both he and his brother pleaded guilty to attempted assault; Rich Boy received probation, while Irvin received a ten-year jail sentence. He and Irvin were ordered to pay $25,000 in compensatory damages and $312,500 in punitive damages.

Early Life

Marece Benjamin Richards was born September 2nd, 1983 in Mobile, Alabama, U.S.
Rich Boy was raised in a typical hood with both positive and negative influences.

His father owned a liquor store in the middle of the neighborhood, where he worked all day. It was there that Rich Boy first witnessed dope fiends, drive-bys, and other forms of trouble. He hung out with drug dealers, and his actions were starting to affect his mother.

Even though he made some mistakes, his mother always did her best to keep him in church. He enrolled at Tuskegee University to study mechanical engineering but dropped out to pursue a rap career.

Music Career

Rich Boy first signed with Zone 4 through Interscope Records and began to work on his debut album. He appeared on a Ludacris compilation, followed by mixtapes such as Drake’s Comeback Season and DJ Ideal and Jermaine Dupri’s Da Bottom, Vol. 5.

His self-titled first album was released in March 2007. The album’s singles peaked at number six on the Billboard Hot 100, third on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, and second on Hot Rap Tracks. In 2009, he released a track called Top of the World which appeared on the album Music Inspired by More Than a Game, which was based on the documentary film More Than a Game.

In 2010, the title of his second album “Resurrected in Diamonds” was revealed and it was set to be released in 2013. Drop, one of the album’s singles was released in 2009, followed by She Luvs Me (She Luvs Mi Knot) in 2010. Dr. Dre and Polow da Don collaborated on the album’s production.

Back to Class

He next released a mixtape called Back to Class in 2013 as part of the promotion for his second album, Break the Pot. In August 2015, he released his first studio album, Featuring, on RBC/E1 Records. He hasn’t released any new music since then.

He was also featured on the track “Pa Ka Lach” with Skinny Boy Ran Paran, Dad JI, and Steevey Niggah. Rich Boy’s most recent album, Bring It to The Block, was released in 2022 and has freestyle music as well as guest appearances from Lloyd Banks, Bubba Sparxxx, Pastor Troy, and Boyz N Da Hood.

Awards and Titles

  • In 2007, Rich Boy was also awarded Rookie of the Year at the BET Hip Hop Awards.

  • Rich Boy was a part of the first XXL Freshman Class in 2007.

Rich Boy Net Worth

As of 2023, Rich Boy’s net worth is estimated to be $300,000. He is said to amass the majority of his fortune through his music career. Rich boy has been signed to major record labels like E1, RBC, Vice, Zone 4, and currently with Interscope.

Aside from his Billboard chart-ranked hit singles, he has also collaborated with well-known artists such as Ludacris, Drake, Pastor Troy, and Boyz N Da Hood, to name a few. He also earns money from public appearances, live concerts, music streaming royalties, and other business ventures.

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