How rich is Bun B?


How rich is Bun B?

Bun B Net Worth:
$2.5 Million

Bun B Net Worth:

Bun B Net Worth $2.5 Million

Bun B also can be acknowledged as one half of the Southern rap duet UnderGround Kingz (UGK). He formed that group as well as his buddy Jalon Jackson. After both the groups collaborate with each other and formed the brand new group 4 Black Ministers. Nevertheless, Jackson left the group after some interval. The demo that they recorded before captured the focus of an independent label ‘Bigtyme Records’. Together with the recording firm, they released their extended play ‘The Southern Way’. Its magic melody and lovely composition captured the attention of Jive Records. But earlier releasing their record, they released an extended paly ‘Prohibited’ which contains the hit song ‘Pocket Full of Stones’. It became a tremendous hit and created favorable impact in throughout America. Following the success of first record, they released their second record ‘Super Tight’, third record ‘Ridin’ Dirty’ and fourth record ‘Dirty Money’.

Following the launch of their fourth record, his partner Pimp C was sent to jail. It became a tremendous hit and contained the hit songs like ‘Drapped Up’, ‘Get It’ and ‘Get Throwed’. In 2007, Pimp C passing led him to go back to his solo musical career. He released his second record ‘II Trill’. Its first single ‘That Is Gangsta’ reached at number 2 spot on Billboard 200. Following the success of second record, he released his third solo album ‘Trill OG’. From his successful musical career, he’s brought in an estimated net worth sum of $2.5 million dollars.

Birth date: March 19, 1973
Birth place: Port Arthur, Texas, United States
Height:6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Profession: Songwriter, Actor, Rapper, Record producer, Entrepreneur
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Angela Walls (m. 2003)
Children: Young B
Awards: 360 Legend Award (2014)
Record labels: Jive Records
Music groups: Underground Kingz UGK (1987 – 2007), Mddlfngz
Movies: “Ghetto Stories” (2010), “Video Girl” (2011), “Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap” (2012),

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