Spaceghostpurrp Net Worth 2024 Update: Bio, Age, Height, Weight


Spaceghostpurrp Net Worth

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Total Net Worth at the moment 2024 year – is about $1 Million.



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:How tall is Spaceghostpurrp – 1,87m.
How much weight is Spaceghostpurrp – 75kg


Spaceghostpurrp Net Worth
Spaceghostpurrp Net Worth
Spaceghostpurrp Net Worth
Spaceghostpurrp Net Worth


Biography,1991–2011: Early life and career beginningsSpaceGhostPurrp was born Markese Rolle on April 1, 1991, in Carol City, Florida, in Uptown Miami. He began rapping at age 7 and producing at age 13, attended Silver Trail Middle School in Pembroke Pines and Everglades High School in Miramar. He began skateboarding frequently in high school and later on decided that he wanted to pursue a career in music and worked to graduate from high school early. His early music releases on YouTube were stylized under the moniker Muney Jordan, and MJ23 (in reference to Michael Jordan and his jersey number). SpaceGhostPurrp formed hip hop collective Raider Klan in 2008 along with fellow members Dough Dough Da Don, Kadafi, Muney Junior and Jitt. After Jitts tragic death in 2010, Purrp began to further pursue his career in music, later dropping Blackland Radio 66.6.2012–13: Mysterious Phonk: The Chronicles of SpaceGhostPurrpIn early 2012 SpaceGhostPurrp signed a one-off record deal with British indie label 4AD and began remixing tracks from his earlier mix tapes for his debut album. Most of his early songs feature samples from sources such as train whistles, female porn stars, and drops from the soundtrack of the Mortal Kombat video game, as well as other video game series. In addition to his own songs, he also produces beats for other artists (mostly those in the Raider Klan), but has made beats for other people as well. He produced one track titled T.A.P. for Taylor Allderdice, a mix tape by Wiz Khalifa as well as Keep it G & Pretty Flacko for ASAP Rocky.His debut album, titled Mysterious Phonk: Chronicles of SpaceGhostPurrp, was released on June 12, 2012, and consists of mostly remixed tracks from previous mixtapes. He occasionally worked with rapper Juicy J and has produced a number of tracks from Juicy Js Blue Dream & Lean. He also guest stars on Juicy Js Deez Bitches Rollin with rapper fellow Speakz. SpaceGhostPurrp also featured on Domo Genesiss & The Alchemists debut collaboration album No Idols on the track Daily News (also featuring Earl Sweatshirt & Action Bronson), as well as Freddie Gibbs Kush Cloud along with Krayzie Bone. SpaceGhostPurrp revealed in an interview that there is an upcoming project between him and rap group Odd Future, which has supported him by playing his music at shows since he released the mixtape BLACKLAND RADIO 66.6.On July 16, 2012, SpaceGhostPurrp began his first tour with hardcore punk band Trash Talk. The mini tour lasted from 16 July 16 to 23rd – performing four shows in California, one in Oregon, and two in Washington. His song The Black God was named #46 on Pitchforks 50 best songs of 2012 list. He also performed in Miami during Ultra Music Festival on March 17, 2013 alongside fellow Raider Klan members Yung Simmie and Klan Rico.2014–2015: Intoxxxicated and other projectsOn January 19, 2014, SpaceGhostPurrp released a compilation titled 58 Blunts of Purrp, consisting of his own songs, hard to find tracks, and some he either produced or had a feature on.[11] On February 28, 2014, SpaceghostPurrp released an 18-track mixtape called B.M.W. 2: IntoXXXicated, which included no features and returned to the lo-fi sound of his earlier mixtapes. Shortly after he released a slightly different version of B.M.W. 2: IntoXXXicated that had tempos of certain songs changed, and while the overall sound quality was slightly improved it still retained much of the lo-fi qualities as before.[12] A few months after this it was mastered, had some tracks removed, as well as an additional new track added, and released as an album on iTunes under the name IntoXXXicated.[13]Early in 2015, SpaceGhostPurrp released two new projects, the first of which was titled Dark Angel and released on January 13.[14] The second project, a 5-track EP called Money Mendoza was released on January 25.[15]Later that year, SpaceGhost left Miami, severing most remaining ties in that city, and moved to Atlanta, where he has reportedly made music with artists such as OG Maco and Father.In April 2015, SpaceGhostPurrp released two compilations. One titled VENENO, it being an extended version of the EP released earlier that year, and the other titled PYRO Era, consisting mostly of loose tracks released in 2014 and 2015.On the 9th of May, a new EP called Richest Revenge under the moniker, Money Mendoza, was released through his Instagram account.In May 2015, Raider Klan released Raider Klan Records: The Mixtape which featured some production and vocals from SpaceGhostPurrp.On June 24, 2015, Dej Loaf released a song featuring Young Thug titled Shawty, co-produced by Young Roc which featured a sample of the song RAIDER PRAYERs instrumental off of SpaceGhostPurrps album Mysterious Phonk: The Chronicles of SPACEGHOSTPURRP. Purrp was uncredited by the producer resulting in a minor conflict via Twitter which was soon resolved peacefully.2016–present: Blackland Radio 66.6 Pt. 2 and other projectsOn the May 9th, 2016, SpaceGhostPurrp released a mixtape entitled Blackland Radio 66.6 Pt. 2. Episode 1 was released exclusively on Datpiff. He has stated that he has plans to release subsequent episodes.As 2016 concluded, Tiny Mix Tapes recognized Spaceghostpurrps Black Money Boys Death Row (BMB) collective as one of its favorite labels for 2016, noting that:[16]BMB’s sound is a sinister twist on the MySpace-era material churned out by Soulja Boy and Lil B, tinged with Glo Gang’s hazy drill hedonism. Affiliates’ discographies are often spread across multiple SoundCloud accounts, hosted by friends, buried in prolific back catalogues, and are sometimes deleted days after their conception. To follow BMB Death Row is to keep their web presence under constant surveillance or risk missing out on a clutch new cut.


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