Jadakiss Net Worth [2022]: Fun facts, Salary, House, Wiki, Age, height, Cars

Jadakiss Net Worth:$6 Million

Net Worth:$6 Million
Date of Birth:May 27, 1975 (46 years old)
Height:5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Nationality:United States of America
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Jason Terrance Phillips known by his stage name Jadakiss, is an American rapper from Yonkers, New York.Jadakiss has a net worth of $6 million.

He began his career in 1990s as a member of the rap trio The Lox, managed by Ruff Ryders and signed with Bad Boy. After leaving the label in 1999, they signed a joint venture deal between Interscope and Ruff Ryders. He is currently signed to Def Jam and D-Block.

Jadakiss Net Worth 2022:

 Jadakiss has a net worth of around $6 million. Jadakiss is a member of the group The Lox and hip-hop collective Ruff Ryders, and he is one of the three owners of the imprint known as D-Block Records.

He has released 6 solo studio albums as well as four albums with The Lox, and he launched a multimedia content platform, SoRaspy, with his friend Jay Jackson.

Jadakiss earned a Grammys nomination for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for “Why” in 2005, and in 2003, he was nominated for Best Female Video for “Jenny from the Block” (along with Jennifer Lopez and Styles P) by the MTV Video Music Awards Japan.

In 2004, “Why” reached #11 on the “Billboard” Hot 100 chart, #3 on the Hot Rap Songs chart, and #4 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. In 2014, Jadakiss opened the Juices For Life juice bar with Styles P in Yonkers, New York, and they later opened locations in Brooklyn and The Bronx.

Jadakiss Business Ventures:

Jadakiss launched an online multimedia creative collective called SoRaspy along with longtime friend and business associate, Jay Jackson .and  SoRaspy also act as an umbrella company for his business endeavors which range from an online publication, record label, apparel, to a YouTube channel.

Reinvesting in their community, in the summer of 2014, Jadakiss and Styles P opened a juice bar in Yonkers, New York, called Juices For Life. Together, they have gone on to open two more branches in The Bronx and one in Brooklyn.

Jadakiss Wiki:

Birth nameJason Terrance Phillips
BornMay 27, 1975 (age 46)
GenresHip Hop
Years active1994–present
LabelsRoc Nation,Def Jam,D-Block,Roc-A-Fella,Ruff Ryders,Interscope,Bad Boy
Associated actsThe LoxRuff RydersFabolousSwizz Beatz

Jadakiss was born Jason Terrance Phillips on May 27, 1975, in Yonkers, New York. Jason became interested in hip-hop music at a young age but when he was 12, his parents asked him to start earning money so he began selling drugs.

After seeing people freestyle rapping on the street, Jadakiss decided to earn money by rapping and freestyling led to him meet Styles P and Sheek Louch, who would become his longtime friends and collaborators.

Jadakiss Career: 

Jadakiss entered a Florida freestyle competition at age 12 and caught the attention of Ruff Ryders Entertainment. He formed the rap group The Warlocks with Louch and Styles P, and after meeting Mary J. Blige, she gave the group’s demo to Puff Daddy.

The Warlocks were signed to Bad Boy Entertainment, and they shortened their name to The Lox.

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The group appeared on The Main Source’s “Fuck What You Think” LP in 1994, performing on the track “Set it Off.”

The Lox then wrote and performed on several tracks with other Bad Boy artists, such as Mariah Carey’s “Honey,” Puff Daddy’s “It’s All About the Benjamins,” The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Last Day,” and Mary J. Blige’s “Can’t Get You Off My Mind.”

The Lox had their first hit when their Notorious B.I.G. tribute “We’ll Always Love Big Poppa,” was included as the B-side on Puff Daddy’s “I’ll Be Missing You” single.

The Lox released their first studio album, “Money, Power & Respect,” on January 13, 1998, and the Platinum album reached #3 on the Billboard 200 chart and #1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. They left Bad Boy Records and signed with Ruff Ryders Entertainment, then released another Platinum album, 2000’s “We Are the Streets.”

Jadakiss released his first solo album, “Kiss Tha Game Goodbye,” in August 2001, and it was certified Gold and featured the singles “We Gonna Make It,” “Knock Yourself Out,” and “Put Ya Hands Up.”

His follow-up, 2004’s “Kiss of Death,” also went Gold and topped the “Billboard” 200 chart,” Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, and Top Rap Albums chart. The single “Why” (featuring Anthony Hamilton) was a hit and caused controversy because of the line “Why did Bush knock down the towers?,” in reference to 9/11.

In 2007, Jadakiss signed with Roc-A-Fella Records, Jay-Z’s label, and two years later, he released the album “The Last Kiss,” which reached #1 on the Top Rap Albums and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. He left the label in 2010 and released the mixtape “Consignment” in 2012, followed by the album “Top 5 Dead or Alive” in 2015.

Like his two previous albums, “Top 5 Dead or Alive” also hit #1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and Top Rap Albums charts. In 2016, The Lox released “Filthy America…It’s Beautiful,” their first album since 2000, and the following year, Jadakiss teamed up with Fabolous for the album “Friday on Elm Street.” In 2020, Jadakiss released his sixth solo album, “Ignatius,” and The Lox released the album “Living Off Xperience.”

Jadakiss wife, childrens: 

Jadakiss is the father of son Jae’Won, daughter Jaidyon, and twins Josh and Jamir. He previously dated Winter Ramos, who is best known for starring on the VH1 reality series “Love & Hip Hop.”

In July 2004, Jadakiss was pulled over in North Carolina after a passenger threw firecrackers out of his SUV window. Police officers found marijuana and two .45-caliber guns in the car and gave Jadakiss citations for concealing weapons and marijuana possession.

In 2006, he was sitting in a car with four other men in Yonkers at 5 a.m. when police approached the vehicle because they thought the driver was behaving oddly. The officers found a loaded gun that had been reported stolen, and everyone in the vehicle was arrested and charged with possession of a stolen firearm. Jadakiss had a small amount of marijuana at the time, so he was charged with possession of marijuana as well.

In 2009, police raided Jadakiss’ apartment in Yonkers and arrested two men on drug charges after finding marijuana and heroin in the home. Jadakiss was on tour at the time of the incident and released a statement saying that he was not involved.