Masta Killa Net Worth, Biography, Age, Weight, Height


Masta Killa Net Worth

How Much money Masta Killa has? For this question we spent 23 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Rappers
Total Net Worth at the moment 2024 year – is about $1 Million.



Masta Killa information Birth date: August 18, 1969 Birth place: Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States Profession:Rapper Nationality:United States of AmericaRecord labels:Nature Sounds, Loud Records Music groups:Wu-Tang Clan (Since 1992), Groove Chronicles Movies:Dirty

Height, Weight

:How tall is Masta Killa – 1,86m.
How much weight is Masta Killa – 76kg


Masta Killa Net Worth
Masta Killa Net Worth
Masta Killa Net Worth
Masta Killa Net Worth


Jamel Arief, better known as Masta Killa, is an American rapper and member of the Wu-Tang Clan. Though one of the lesser-known members of the group, he has been prolific on Clan group albums and solo projects since the mid-1990s, and released his debut album No Said Date in …
Biography,“I never performed until we launched Wu-Tang. That was my first time as an MC. I have history since elementary school doing talent shows. Breaking and shit like that. I was that kind of dude. I loved to pop. That was me. Always doing shit around music. As far as with a mic in my hand, Wu-Tang was the first time. There never was next level for me. It was Wu-Tang and that was it. I never tried to get on. Never looked for any of this, because it was never my vision. Im kinda like hanging out with GZA, and just stumbled across some shit. Oh word? And I was like, Maybe I can do this. When I was young going to clubs, I was just hanging out. I never went in there like I was trying to be an MC. I never tried to get a record deal, or pass out tapes. Its just been Wu-Tang and Im here.”Masta Killa at Budapest ParkBorn in Brooklyn, New York, Masta Killa was the last member to join the Wu-Tang Clan, consequently he did not appear on the groups debut single Protect Ya Neck. He was also the only member who was not a rapper at the time of the groups formation. He was extensively mentored by the GZA during his early days with the group, evident in the similar flow they both employ. He derived his rap name from the 1978 kung fu film Shaolin Master Killer, (Shao Lin san shi liu fang). Masta only appeared on one track on the Wu-Tang Clans first album, in the closing verse to Da Mystery of Chessboxin. Masta only narrowly made the track, and was almost left off in favor of Killah Priest. In fact, on the No Said Date DVD, Killah Priest claims that he and Masta Killa were in competition for the spot on Da Mystery of Chessboxin, and while Killah Priest fell asleep, Masta Killa stayed up all night writing and Killah Priest woke up the next morning to Masta Killas verse. Since he was a developing rapper at the time Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) was being written, his verse in Da Mystery of Chessboxin was the only one that could hold up with the other, more experienced Wu-Tang members.During the first round of solo projects, he made several appearances on tracks now considered Wu-Tang classics, such as Winter Warz, Duel of the Iron Mic, and Glaciers of Ice. His flow at the time attracted attention for being very slow and laid-back, in contrast to the more manic, forceful styles of members like Inspectah Deck and Ghostface Killah. Masta Killa is also the Clansman fondest of Chinese martial arts imagery. In 1997, the Wu-Tang Clans second album Wu-Tang Forever saw Masta become a mainstay in the groups line-up with regular appearances throughout the double album.Masta Killa was the last member to release a solo project, after it was delayed for several years and finally released in June 2004 with the title No Said Date, critically acclaimed, it became independent label Nature Sounds best-selling album, notable for featuring every core member of the Wu-Tang Clan on the album after a period in the groups history that lacked unity. His second album, Made in Brooklyn, was released on August 8, 2006, and includes production from Pete Rock and MF Doom. Ringing Bells, the Bronze Nazareth-produced lead single from the album, was released in March 2006. Also in 2006, Masta Killa became the latest in a succession of hip hop artists to endorse PETA, and participated in an advertisement for the organization to promote a vegetarian lifestyle.In December 2012 he released his third album titled Selling My Soul, an LP with heavy soul grooves and guests including Kurupt and the late Ol Dirty Bastard. The album was intended as a precursor to his long-awaited album Loyalty is Royalty, first announced in 2010 and unreleased as of 2015.


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