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How Is The Net Worth Of Snoop Dogg $150 Million?

Have you ever wondered what the net worth of Snopp Dogg is? Well, the west coast rapper, songwriter, actor, and entrepreneur has built a large amount of wealth. Famously known as one of the biggest rappers in the 1990s, as of May 2022, Snoop Dogg has a net worth of $150 million. This post will guide you through his unique journey and how he gained such success. 

Early Life

Snoop Dogg, formerly known as Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., was born October 20, 1971, in Long Beach, California. Broadus was named after his stepfather Calvin Cordozar Broadus. Due to His father, Vernell Varnado, abandoning him and his mother, Beverly Tate, three months after his birth. Unfortunately, Beverly and Calvin would divorce, leaving Broadus to grow up with a single mother.

Broadus was very religious and would start singing and playing piano at his local church at an early age. He was a dedicated student and football player who would work jobs around the community to help his mother make ends meet.

South Beach, California, at the time, was filled with gangbangers and drug dealers, and Broadus would ultimately get involved in that crowd. He became a member of the Rollin 20s Crip gang on the east side of Long Beach.

He often was in trouble with the law, and shortly after he graduated from Long Beach Polytechnic High School, he was arrested for possession of cocaine. 

Throughout the trouble, he found solace in music, and people would crowd around him during school to listen to him rap, which gave him the hope that he could make some noise in the music industry. He would go on to bottle up that confidence and become one of the greatest rappers of all time.


Broadus earned the nickname “Snoopy” from his mother because he was fascinated with the cartoon character from Peanuts. He would stick with it and use it to create his stage name, Snoop Doggy Dog.

 He recorded his first homemade tapes alongside his cousins Nate Dogg and Lil 1/2 Dead and friend Warren G. The four would create rap group 213, named after the area code of Long Beach.

213 would create a mixtape where Snoop would shine; he freestyled over Hold on by renowned R&B group En Vogue. The song impressed influential producer Dr.Dre, who was the co-founder of Death Row Records. He would recruit Snoop to sign with the label in 1992.

Death Row Records

Snoop would appear on Dr. Dre’s debut album The Chronic, and the album peaked at number 3 on the billboard top 100. This created large amounts of exposure for Snoop as an artist, and the fans awaited his project. 

In 1993, Snoop would give the fans what they wanted and drop his debut album, Doggystyle. The album peaked at number 1 on the billboard top 100, and today is regarded as one of the most essential albums of all time. The distinctive sounds combined with his smooth delivery paved the way for many west coast rappers today.

After the album, Snoop became a household name, and he and the late Tupac Shakur were the faces of Death Row Records, which had become one of the biggest labels in all of Hip Hop.

As famous as he was, Snoop was still very much involved in the streets and was charged with murder in 1995. The charges were dropped, but life as a gang affiliate caught up with the rapper and the label.

The following year Tupac was murdered, and co-founder of Death Row Records Suge Knight was indicted for racketeering. Snoop would drop his second album, The Doggfather, during all of this chaos. This affected the album sales, but most importantly, made Snoop realize he had to change his life for the better.

Snoop didn’t like the trajectory his life was taking and worried that he would end up either dead or in jail. His relationship with Death Row would collapse, and he sought a new beginning. 

No Limit Records

Snoop signed with Master P’s No limit Records in 1998, giving him a much-needed change of environment. He would move to Louisiana and started making music there with Master P. 

Snoop’s first Album under No Limit was The Game is to Be Sold, Not to be told. It was a massive album for Snoop because it was the first since Death Row, he had to change his name to Snoop Dogg for contractual reasons.

The album was not as critically acclaimed as his first two but showed Snoop was still a massive star and could sell copies in a different region. Snoop would rebrand his image also, leaving his “gangsta” style and embracing a new “pimp” image.

With this new style under No Limit, he would drop two more albums in 1999 and 2000, No Limit Top Dogg and the last meal. Snoop had fully recreated himself as a rapper, and Death Row quickly became an afterthought.

Since 2000, Snoop has made over 20 solo and collaboration albums. All of his releases have had decent success, keeping him very much involved within the rap game to this day. As Snoop’s popularity grew, he was able to explore other ventures.

Film and Television

Snoop became a celebrity that everyone wanted to see. He possessed a unique style and aura that few could replicate—making him a perfect fit for the big screens. 

Since 1994, Snoop has appeared in numerous films and television episodes, mainly in minor roles. However, he starred in The Wash, Bones and co-starred with Wiz Khalifa in Mac and Dev Go to High School.

He also starred in three television programs, Doggy Fizzie Televizzie, Dogg After Dark, and the reality tv show Snoop Dawg Father Hood. Each role he played, he was asked to be himself, and he thrived.

Business and Investments

In 2009 Snoop was appointed creative chairman of Priority Records, a distribution company that worked with Ice Cube, Ice T, Jay-Z, and many more.

Snoop and his brand manager created Snoopify, a photo-sharing app for IOS and Android users. The app was successful, and as of 2015, the app generated around $30,000 in weekly sales. 

In 2015 he decided to get involved in the cannabis business. He launched a media business, Merry Jane, that keeps users updated daily on important news involving cannabis.

Additionally, he created a brand of cannabis products called Leafs by Snoop. The Brand includes edibles, strains and is one of the first mainstream cannabis brands globally. Snoop has become a pioneer in the cannabis world, and as it continues to grow, he will reap the benefits.

Snoop Dogg Net Worth 2022

As of May 2022, Snoop Dogg has a net worth of $150 million. Snoop’s primary source of income initially was his music. He generated large amounts of wealth from record sales and live performance shows. As time went on, he diversified himself, and now most of his income is from his business ventures.

His most recent venture is through Call of Duty, the popular video game released a “ Snoop Dogg Bundle“. Allowing players of Call of Duty Warzone and Vanguard to play as Snoop Dogg and use select weapons only his character has to offer. Snoop Dogg has successfully rebranded himself multiple times and has become an extremely successful business mogul.

Key Takeaways

  • Look Yourself in The Mirror: Snoop was on the top of the world; he had just released Doggystyle and was a fan favorite. Everything was going as planned, but he worried for his well being, considering what happened to his label mates. Snoop was able to reevaluate himself and determined this was not the life he wanted to live. Now he’s worth millions; it’s crucial to check in with yourself constantly. It’s easy to point fingers, but instead, point thumbs and determine if you’re happy about the trajectory of your life. If not, fix it today, and better yourself for the future.
  • Be a Jack of all Trades: Snoop has his feet in so many realms of entertainment and business. He is not necessarily a master of them all but is still able to benefit from them financially. It’s essential to have as many assets as possible as you start your journey to success.  

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