Big Gipp Net Worth is
Big Gipp Biography
Cameron Gipp was born on the 28th April 1973, in Atlanta, Georgia USA, and is a rapper, probably best known as a member of the rap group Goodie Mob, and for frequent collaborations with rapper Ali with whom he formed the duo Ali & Gipp. He has been a member of Goodie Mob since 1991: the group also consists of the rappers Khuyo, T-Mo and Cee Lo Green. He collaborated on the single “Grillz” recorded by Nelly in 2005. In 2003, he released the unique solo album “Mutant Mindframe”. In 2007, the album “Kinfolk” was released in collaboration with rapper Ali. Gripp has been active in the entertainment industry since 1991.
How much is the net worth of Big Gripp? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of his wealth is as much as $1 million, as of the data presented in early 2017. Music is the main source of Gripp’s net worth.
Big Gipp Net Worth $1 Million
To begin with, the boy was raised in Atlanta, and in 1991 straight after high school, the band Goodie Mob was formed by Cee-Lo Green, Khujo, T-Mo and Big Gipp. With their debut album “Soul Food” (1995) they were critically acclaimed, as were the next two albums – “Still Standing” (1998) and “World Party” (1999). Since then, members of the band have tried to pursue careers as soloists, as a result Big Gipp released “Mutant Mindframe” in 2003 and with its first single “Steppin ‘Out” reached success – his net worth was rising steadily.
In 2006, “Ali & Gipp” was launched consisting of rappers Ali, who is a member of St. Lunatics, and Big Gipp. They became popular thanks to the single “Grillz” in which are also featured Nelly and Paul Wall, although the song credits thirteen artists and takes a sample of the song “Soldier”, written and played by Destiny’s Child, T.I. and Lil Wayne. Eventually, St. Lunatics decided to make this collaboration more serious, and released the single “Go ‘Head”, which made Ali & Gipp an official music project in 2006. At the end of 2006, the band released their first studio album “Kinfolk” under the Derrty Entertainment label, in collaboration with influential musicians and bands such as David Banner, Three 6 Mafia and Juvenile. The album managed to reach 25th place on the Billboard R&B Albums and 174th place of the Billboard 200.
Recently, the single “Shine Like Gold” (2014) was released in collaboration with Cee-Lo Green. They are apparently working on a new album to be released late in 2017. Overall, Big Gipp is known for numerous collaborations with such artists as Bubba Sparxxx, Rehab, Lil’ Flip and YoungBloodZ. These and many other artists obviously value the contribution of Big Gipp to their works.
To summarise, all the previously mentioned engagements have added sums to the total size of Big Gipp’s net worth.
Finally, in the personal life of the rapper, Gipp was married to Joi (1995 – 2003). Currently, he is reported to be single.
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|Full Name||Big Gipp|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Date Of Birth||April 28, 1973|
|Place Of Birth||Atlanta, Georgia USA|
|Profession||American rapper, singer|
|Spouse||Joi (m. 1995–2003)|
|Record Labels||Epic, Get Money Gang, Derrty Entertainment|
|Music Groups||Goodie Mob (Since 1991), Ali & Gipp (duo, 2005 – 2007), Dungeon Family, Soul Assassins|
|Nominations||BET Hip Hop Award for Best Collabo, Duo or Group (2007)|
|Movies||Schooling Life (2017), ATL (2006), The Evil One (2005), 20 Funerals (2004), 8Dazeaweakend (2009), Mystery Men (1999)|
|TV Shows||Parenthood (2011), CeeLo Green is Loberace (2013), CeeLo Green Featuring the Goodie Mob: AMY (2014)|
|1||Member of Goodie Mob.|
|CeeLo Green Featuring the Goodie Mob: AMY||2014||Short|
|More to Love||2014||Iron Head|
|CeeLo Green is Loberace||2013||TV Movie as Cameron Gipp|
|Parenthood||2011||TV Series||Cee Lo Entourage|
|ATL||2006||Famous Customer (as Cameron Gipp)|
|The Evil One||2005||Video||Smoke|
|20 Funerals||2004||Devon (as Bigg Gipp)|
|Mystery Men||1999||Rapper (as Cameron Gipp aka Gipp)|
|Bling: A Planet Rock||2007||Documentary performer: "Grillz" - as Gipp|
|Stomp the Yard||2007||writer: "Cell Therapy" - as Cameron F. Gipp|
|ATL||2006||writer: "Git Up, Git Out"|
|2 Fast 2 Furious||2003||writer: "On & On & On"|
|Idol||2002||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Bamboozled||2000||writer: "Just a Song" - as Cameron Gipp|
|Any Given Sunday||1999||writer: "SOLE SUNDAY" - as C. Gipp|
|The Players Club||1998||writer: "Dirty South" - as Cameron Gipp|
|Fled||1996||writer: "Remember What I Said" - as Cameron Gipp|
|Martin||1995||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Virtues of Habit||Documentary filming||Himself|
|The Art of Organized Noize||2016||Documentary||Himself|
|Boombox All Access with CeeLo Green||2011||TV Movie||Himself|
|25 Strong: The BET Silver Anniversary Special||2005||TV Special||Himself / Performer|
|Playboy: Queen of Clubs||2004||Video documentary||Himself (as Bigg Gipp)|
|Soul Train||2003||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Trick Daddy: Uncut||2003||Video documentary||Himself|
|American Rap Stars||2002||Video documentary||Himself|