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Darnel Robinson was born on the 14th September 1969, in Oakland, California USA, and as Dru Down is is a rapper best known as one of the members of the collective called The Regime. Dru’s career started in 1988.
Have you ever wondered how rich Dru Down is, as of mid-2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Dru Down’s net worth is as high as $2 million. In addition to working in the music industry, Dru Down also appeared in Larry Cohen film “Original Gangstas” (1996) starring Fred Williamson, Pam Grier, Jim Brown and Richard Roundtree.
Dru Down Net Worth $2 Million
Dru Down launched his career in the late 80’s, but his debut album only came out in 1993 but failed to gain recognition. The next album “Explicit Game” (1994) was much better, and reached the Billboard chart; two songs from the album, “Ice Cream Man” and “Pimp Of The Year”, earned him more popularity. Dru Down often collaborated with Luniz, Yukmouth, Tech N9ne, Dorasel, Grant Rice, Messy Marv, Tha Realest, Gonzoe, and BG Bulletwound, most of them being Bay Area rappers. He also featured on 2Pac’s song called “All About You” in 1996. His net worth was established, if not rising rapidly.
In the same year, Dru Down released his third, and best-received album called “Can You Feel Me” that reached the #54 on the Billboard 200 chart, and #14 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart; the song “Can You Feel Me” became an instant hit. Later, Dru Down released six more albums like “Pimpin’ Phernelia” (2001), “Gangsta Pimpin” (2002), “Cash Me Out (with Lee Majors)” (2006), “Crack Muzic Vol. 1 (with Rahmean & Lee Majors)” (2007), “Crack Muzic Vol. 2 (with Rahmean & Lee Majors)” (2007), and “Chronicles of a Pimp” (2010).
Dru Down has also ben heard on many songs as a guest, including Luniz’s “”Pimps, Playas & Hustlas” (1994), “Dirty Raps”, “911”, and “Live Yo Life” (1997), and Daz Dillinger’s & JT the Bigga Figga’s “I’m A Boss” (2001). He later continued to work with longtime friends Luniz and Yukmouth in songs such as “Closer Than Close” (2002), “I’m So Cool” (2002), “Pimp Dat Bitch” (2003), “Spin & Chop” (2004), “1st of the Month” (2006), “Eye Candy” (2007), “East Oakland” (2008), and “Pimpin’ 4 Real” (2009).
In the last few years, Dru Down could be heard on six songs of Yukmouth’s album “The Last Dragon” (2013), and five songs of Yukmouth & The Regime “Dragon Gang” (2013) album. All his collaborations added to his net worth.
Most recently, Dru Down signed a contract with Yukmouth’s Smoke-A-Lot Records, but he has also launched Pimp On Records his own record label. Additionally, Dru Down released his movie “Hip Hop & Porn Stars” in 2001, and most recently, he featured on Lee Majors & Cousin Spook’s album “Stoner Music” in 2016.
Regarding his personal life, Dru Down’s private details about marital status and children are relatively unknown as the rapper keeps such information private. As for now, it is unknown whether he is married or has children.
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|Full Name||Dru Down|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Date Of Birth||September 14, 1969|
|Place Of Birth||Oakland, California, United States|
|Height||5' 8" (1.73 m)|
|Record Labels||Relativity Records, C-Note Records ,Pimp On Records, Ruthless Records|
|Music Groups||The Regime (Since 1997)|
|Movies||Original Gangstas (1996), On Tour: Real Talk: Vol. 1 (2006), Hip Hop & Porn Stars (2001)|
|TV Shows||Lockup (MSNBC)|
|Scary Movie||2000||performer: "All Bout U"|
|A Thin Line Between Love and Hate||1996||performer: "Playa Fo Real" / writer: "Playa Fo Real"|
|On the Edge||2002||Sweat Pea|
|Second Nature||2009||Video documentary short|
|The Life and Times of Gangsta Brown Volume 1||2007||thanks|
|Lockup: Oakland Extended Stay||2013||TV Mini-Series||Himself - Inmate|
|Project Chef||2010||TV Mini-Series||Himself (2010)|
|Hip Hop & Porn Stars||2001||Video||Himself - Non-Sex Appearance|
|The 1999 Source Hip-Hop Music Awards||1999||TV Special||Himself|