Snoop Dogg Net Worth 2021: How Much is Snoop Worth Now?

Born on October 20, 1971 in Long Beach, California as Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr, throughout the course of his career Snoop Dogg has easily become one of the most successful rappers of all time. From rapping, to acting, to his notorious marijuana activism effots; Snoop Dogg’s road to success has been both long and fame ridden. But how much exactly has all of that fame assisted this talented rapper in adding to his bankroll? Let’s just say that Snoop Dogg’s 2017 net worth appears to be just as impressive!

Snoop Dogg’s Net Worth as of 2019: $140 Million

But how did he get there? Let’s take a look at how Snoop Dogg achieved those million dollar digits; time line style!


1992 – 1995

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Beginning his career as a musician in 1992, Snoop Dogg made his rapping debut with a little bit of help from a friend; rapper Dr. Dre. Making his first appearance in the music lime-light by working with Dr. Dre on the theme song for the 1992 film Deep Cover, and the two then went on to work together on Dr. Dre’s solo album The Chronic.
But obviously, Snoop Dogg had big dreams himself and in 1993 he took his first step towards pursuing them via the release of his first album Doggystyle. Snopp Dogg’s Doggystyle album debuted at number one on the billboard 200 chart and sold a whopping 806,858 copies in the first week alone, assisting him in gaining an estimated $6,000,000 million to add to his net worth bankroll. Later that year in 1993, he went on to release the two hit singles “Who Am I (What’s My Name)?” and “Gin and Juice”, which both went on to make their way onto the list of the top ten most-played songs in the United States.
In 1994 after facing charges for the murder of a rival gang member, the short film Murder Was The Case was released along with a corresponding sound track album. In 1995, he went on to become the founder of his infamous record label Doggy Style Records, Inc.
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Albums released by Snoop Dogg between 1996 – 1999:


Doggystyle
Popular Album Singles: “Who Am I (What’s My Name)?” and “Gin and Juice”
Copies Sold: 5.6 Million
Estimated Album Earnings: $6 Million


1996 – 1999

After being acquitted of murder changes in 1996, Snoop Dogg snatched up his mother along with their pack of 20 pit bulls and moved in to a 5,000 sqft home in Claremont, California. In 1998, he went on to sign with No Limit Records (owned by rapper Master P), and released the album No Limit Top Dogg, which has sold over 1,503,865 copies world wide.
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Albums released by Snoop Dogg between 1996 – 1999:


Tha Doggfather
Popular Album Singles: “Vapors”, “The Doggfather”, and “Gold Rush”.
Copies Sold: 3.1 Million
Estimated Album Earnings: $3.5 Million


Tha Game is to be Sold, Not to be Told
Popular Album Singles: “Woof!”, “Don’t Let Go”, “Snoop World”.
Copies Sold: 3.1 Million
Estimated Album Earnings: $3.5 Million


No Limit Top Dogg
Popular Album Singles: “Snoopafella”, “Just Dippin'”, “Doin’ Too Much”.
Copies Sold: 1.5+ Million
Estimated Album Earnings: $2 Million


2000 – 2003

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Between 2000 and 2003 Snoop Dogg saw quite a bit of success. Emerging from his infamous gangsta image into that of a ‘pimp’, Snoop Dogg released two more albums, along with an autobiography titled Tha Doggfather.
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Albums released by Snoop Dogg between 2000 – 2003:


Tha Last Meal
Popular Album Singles: “Hennesey n Buddah”, “Lay Low”, “Loosen’ Control”, and “Wrong Idea”
Copies Sold: 4 Million
Estimated Album Earnings: $3 Million


Paid tha Cost to Be da Bo$$
Popular Album Singles: “From tha Chuuuch to da Palace” and “Beautiful”
Copies Sold: 1.3 Million
Estimated Album Earnings: $1.8 Million


2004 – 2007

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Between 2004 and 2007, Snoop Doggs success continued to sore. Signing on board with Geffen Records in 2004, he also joined forces with rappers Warren G and Nate Dogg to form the group 213. He brought four three new albums during that time and appeared on two tracks from Ice Cube’s 2006 album Laugh Now, Cry Later titled “Go to Church” and “You Gotta Lotta That”. In 2007 Snoop Dogg made history as the first artist to release the track “It’s the D.O.G.” as a ringtone.


Albums released by Snoop Dogg between 2004-2007:


R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece
Popular Album Singles: “Drop It Like It’s Hot”, “Perfect”, and “Girl Like U”.
Copies Sold: 2.8 Million
Estimated Album Earnings: $3.2


The Hard Way
Popular Album Singles: “So Fly” and “Groupie Luv”.
Copies Sold: 2.2 Million
Estimated Album Earnings: $3 Million


Tha Blue Carpet Treatment
Popular Album Singles: “Candy” and “That’s That Sh*t”.
Copies Sold: 850,000+
Estimated Album Earnings: $1.2 Million
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2008 – 2011

Between 2008 to 2011, Snoop Dogg remained busy as ever. He ventured into the realm of Bollywood bringing fourth a track for the Indian movie Singh is Kiing along with making an appearance in the film as well. He worked on a number of collaboration projects with artist like Katie Perry on the song “California Girls”, and the Gorillaz on the song “Plastic Beach”, along with releasing three new albums of his own.
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Albums released by Snoop Dogg between 2008 – 2011:


Ego Trippin’
Popular Album Singles: “Sexual Eruption”, “Life of da Party”, “Those Gurlz”
Copies Sold: 792,000
Estimated Album Earnings: $1.5 Million


Malice in Wonderland
Popular Album Singles:”I Wanna Rock” and “Gansta Luv”
Copies Sold: 519,000
Estimated Album Earnings: $1 Million


Doggumentary
Popular Album Singles: “Wet” and “Boom”
Copies Sold: 385,000
Estimated Album Earnings: $785,000


2012 – 2017

Since 2012, Snoop Dogg’s success has been continuously on the rise. In 2012 he released the documentary Reincarnated along with a corresponding album to go along with the film. Later that year he released the collaboration mixtape That’s My Work alongside the Doggpound, and went on to release the sequel mixtape That’s My Work 2 in 2013. He then went on to form a funk duo with musician Dâm-Funk titled 7 Days of Funk, and brought fourth a eponymous debut album in December of 2013.
In 2014, Snoop Dogg teamed up alongside Pharrel William’s to create the album BUSH. The album, which was produced by Pharrel, made it’s grand debut to the public on May 12, 2015.
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Albums released by Snoop Dogg between 2012 – 2017:


Doggumentary
Popular Album Singles: “California Roll”, “Awake”, and “Peaches N Cream”.
Copies Sold: 1 Million
Estimated Album Earnings: $1.5 Million


With earnings from: album sales, concert tours, film performances, music productions, investments and social video websites, Snoop Dogg has put in the work on regards to his current Net Worth of $140 million. What does the future hold for this legendary rap success? We’ll just have to wait and see!


2018

Snoop Dogg has declared that he is giving up hip hop on 2018 and he told Billboard that this year he enters the gospel genre as he prepares for a major rebrand.

2019

Snoop Dog posts profanity-filled video trashing Donald Trump asking not to vote for him in the upcoming elections.

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