Murda Mook Net Worth

Rap grew in popularity and became a part of the mainstream media in late 80’s and early 90’s. Even though most of the rappers still accentuate the same problems of police brutality towards the minorities etc. there have come a new breed of rappers, talking about completely different things. Murda Mook is a little bit of both. This rapper comes from American, more specifically unknown. Standing at unknown, Murda Mook has released numerous hit singles, sold thousands of album copies and featured on many great hits. Born on unknown, this musician is also a Rapper, Battle Rap Music artist so you could call such an individual – multitalented. In terms of net worth, Murda Mook is believed to have a net worth of $250,000.

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Mook grew up in Harlem, attending Fordham Preparatory School located in The Bronx. During his high-school days, he excelled in basketball, making his name as a star point guard. In 2003 he enrolled at Elms College in Massachusetts on a basketball scholarship. However, he soon shifted his focus from playing basketball to performing in the battle rap arena. He began to write rap lyrics and to build his own style, and soon found himself competing in rap battle stages on the East Coast.

The rapper drew attention already in his first SMACK DVD battle against Jae Millz in 2003, the battle that is still talked about even today. His second battle against Loaded Lux at Total Slaughter stage, organized by Eminem and his Shady Enterprise, only confirmed his status as a rising battle rap star, and it became one of the most legendary battles of SMACK DVD. Mook’s talent led him to became one of the best freestyle MCs in the industry. He eventually became a battle rap legend, nicknamed ‘King of Battle Rap” – his net worth was at its start.

In 2005 he started to compete in Fight Club battles; a Detroit tournament hosted by D12’s Proof followed, and Mook collected five victories in one night. Going undefeated, he became an integral part of Fight Club. In 2007 he put his skills against Serious Jones, the current Fight Club champion, in one of the most famous and highly debated rap battles ever recorded on camera. In 2009 he signed with Ruff Ryder Entertainment label. Being a long-time member of SMACK/URL (Ultimate Rap League) Mook dominated the major rap battles, some of which include his battle against the late Party Arty, Weeze, Iron Solomon, Cardi and a rematch battle against Loaded Lux. All contributed to his wealth.

Even though Mook retired from his battle rap career, he made a special appearance in the battle against Iron Solomon in 2012, improving his net worth by $20,000. This was his last official appearance on SMACK/URL at Summer Madness 2 event.

In 2014, Mook became part of Fuse Network’s reality television series called “Road To Total Slaughter”. It was a new rap battle league created by Eminem’s Shady Films and the rap group Slaughterhouse. The show portrayed battle rappers as they compete against each other, while also living together in the House of Slaughter. Mook served as a mentor to the combatants, along with Loaded Lux.

As of 2015, Mook and rapper Drake have been challenging each other to battle. Reportedly, Drake stated that he will only battle Mook if Mook could defeat another rapper first. However, there hasn’t been an official announcement about the battle yet. Mook has also recently expressed his interest to battle rapper Hollow Da Don.

When it comes to Mook’s personal life, there is no information about it known to public. Sources believe he hasn’t been married yet.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Murda Mook
  • Net Worth: $250,000
  • Place Of Birth: Harlem, New York USA
  • Profession: Rapper, Battle Rap Music artist
  • Education: Fordham Preparatory School, Elms College in Massachusetts
  • Nationality: American
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  • Record Labels: Ruff Ryder Entertainment
  • Albums: “SMACK DVD” (2009)
  • Music Groups: “Dot Mob”
  • TV Shows: “Road To Total Slaughter” (2014)


Title Year Status Character
The Stuff 2017 filming Frisco
Mafietta: Rise of a Female Boss 2016 Short Errol Bellow
Loisaidas 2015 TV Mini-Series Mook
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GGN: Snoop Dogg’s Double G News Network 2014 TV Series Himself
RapFix Live 2014 TV Series Himself
2012 BET Hip Hop Awards 2012 TV Special Himself
Smack DVD Magazine 2007 TV Series Himself