James Prince Net Worth: How Much Wealth Does He Have?

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James Prince Net Worth

Profession:American music executive, investor, entrepreneur, A&R
Net Worth:$25 Million
Date of Birth:Oct 31, 1965 (57 years old)
Place of Birth:Houston, Texas

J Prince is an accomplished American businessman who has made a significant impact in the entertainment industry. With a net worth of $25 million, J Prince has become one of the wealthiest entrepreneurs in the country. As the CEO of Houston-based Rap-a-Lot Records, J Prince has demonstrated his expertise in the music industry, leading the company to become one of the most successful record labels in the United States. With his sharp business acumen and passion for music, J Prince has successfully built a thriving business empire that continues to generate substantial profits and contribute to his ever-growing net worth.

James Prince’s Early Life and Career

James L. Smith, also known as James Prince, J. Prince, and Lil J, is an American music executive and manager. He is the CEO and co-founder of the Houston-based record label Rap-A-Lot and is known for discovering and managing artists such as Drake, Scarface, Geto Boys, and Floyd Mayweather Jr. Prince is considered a godfather in the rap music industry and has inspired many other music executives. He grew up in a rough neighborhood in Houston but had an entrepreneurial spirit from a young age. Prince has 7 children and is married, and is also a practicing Christian. He owns an island in Belize.

Prince co-founded Rap-A-Lot Records with Cliff Blodget in 1987. He wanted to keep his stepbrother and friends from a life of crime and wanted to form a group called the Geto Boys. He signed a deal with Priority Records in 1991 and later with Noo Trybe Records and Virgin Records. DEA agents believed the label was a front for a drug trafficking network but the two agents were later convicted of corrupt conduct. In the 1990s, he declined to join Destiny’s Child but his son helped introduce Drake to Lil Wayne and Bun B which led to a label deal and executive production credits for Prince Sr. and his son. In 2015, he released a spoken word diss track and in 2018 he released his autobiography. In 2021, he helped revive the relationship between Drake, Kanye West, and Larry Hoover to raise awareness on incarceration in the US with a benefit concert.

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