Inspectah Deck Net Worth is
Inspectah Deck Biography
Inspectah Deck was born as Jason Hunter on 6th July 1970 in Brooklyn, New York City, USA, and is a rapper and producer, probably best known as a member of the groups called Wu-Tang Clan and Czarface. Deck’s career started in 1992.
Have you ever wondered how rich Inspectah Deck is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Deck’s net worth is as high as $14 million, an amount earned through his successful career in music. In addition to being a part of the legendary Wu-Tang, Inspectah Deck has also released three solo albums so far, which have improved his wealth.
Inspectah Deck Net Worth $14 Million
Inspectah Deck was born in Brooklyn but grew up in Staten Island, where he went to the high school with Method Man, Raekwon, and Ghostface Killah, with whom he would later perform in Wu-Tang Clan. Deck had a rough childhood in the Park Hill Projects in Clifton, Staten Island, after his father died when he was six, and his mother supported the family by herself.
Inspectah Deck co-founded the Wu-Tang Clan in 1992, along with RZA, U-God, GZA, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Method Man and Masta Killa, and the group went on to record seven studio albums, and sell more than 40 million copies worldwide. Their debut album “Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)” came out in 1993 and achieved platinum status with over two million sales in the US alone, peaking at No. 41 on US Billboard 200 and at No. 8 on US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. The singles “Method Man”, “C.R.E.A.M.”, and “Can It Be All So Simple” were among the most popular song on the album, and hit the charts in the US.
In 1997, Wu-Tang released the double album called “Wu-Tang Forever”, which achieved 4x platinum status and is their best-selling album to date. It topped the US Billboard 200, UK Albums, US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and Canadian Albums (Billboard) charts, and received a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Album in 1998. It helped the members of the group to become millionaires, including Inspectah Deck, of course. Their third studio album “The W” came out in 2000 and recorded over million sales in the US, reaching No. 5 on the US Billboard 200, No. 19 on UK Albums, and topped the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
The next year, Wu-Tang released “Iron Flag” which peaked at No. 32 on the Billboard 200, and No. 6 on Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums. It was the group’s first album that failed to achieve platinum status, but was certified gold with 500,000 sales. Ol’ Dirty Bastard died in 2004, and since then the group has recorded three more albums: “8 Diagrams” (2007), “A Better Tomorrow” (2014), and most recently, “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin” (2015).
Inspectah Deck has also released three solo albums thus far: “Uncontrolled Substance” (1999), which reached No. 19 on the US Billboard 200 and No. 3 on US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album charts, “The Movement” (2003) peaked at the No. 7 on US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album chart, and “Manifesto” (2010) reached No. 69 on US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album chart; all helped Deck to increase his net worth significantly.
Inspectah Deck and 7L & Esoteric formed the group called “Czarface” in 2013, and so far have released three studio albums: “Czarface” (2013), “Every Hero Needs a Villain” (2015), and “A Fistful of Peril” (2016).
Regarding his personal life, Inspectah Deck’s most intimate details such as marital status and the number of children are unknown, as he successfully manages to keep them out of the public eye.
Known for movies
|Full Name||Inspectah Deck|
|Net Worth||$14 Million|
|Date Of Birth||July 6, 1970|
|Place Of Birth||Bronx, New York, USA|
|Music Groups||Wu-Tang Clan (Since 1992), Czarface (Since 2012)|
|Movies||Wu-Tang Clan: Live at Montreux 2007, Dirty: The Official O.D.B. Biography, Wu-Tang Clan: The W: Vol. 1, Don of All Dons, Hip Hop Time Capsule: The Best of RETV: 1994, Wu Tang Clan Presents: 18 Fatal Strikes, AWOL One: Culturama 666|
|1||Has the same civilian name as Brother J of X Clan.|
|2||Member of Wu-Tang Clan|
|Chappelle's Show||2003||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|8 Mile||2002||writer: "C.R.E.A.M." - as Jason Hunter|
|Next Friday||2000||writer: "Shaolin Worldwide" - as J. Hunter|
|In Too Deep||1999||writer: "Tear It Off" - as Jason Hunter|
|200 Cigarettes||1999||as J. Hunter, "No Exit The Loud Allstar Rock Remix"|
|Caught Up||1998||performer: "Cross My Heart" / writer: "Cross My Heart" - as J. Hunter|
|High School High||1996||performer: "Semi-Automatic Full Rap Metal Jacket" / writer: "Semi-Automatic Full Rap Metal Jacket" - as J. Hunter|
|Nerve||2016||writer: "C.R.E.A.M." - as Jason S. Hunter|
|Straight Outta Compton||2015||writer: "C.R.E.A.M." - as Jason Hunter|
|The Man with the Iron Fists||2012||writer: "Shame On A Nigga", "Unpredictable"|
|A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas||2011||writer: "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nuthing ta F'wit" - as Jason Hunter|
|Entourage||2010||TV Series 1 episode|
|Meet Dave||2008||writer: "Protect Ya Neck" - as Jason Hunter|
|The Wackness||2008||writer: "Tearz" - as Jason Hunter|
|First Sunday||2008||writer: "C.R.E.A.M." - as Jason Hunter|
|Bling: A Planet Rock||2007||Documentary writer: "C.R.E.A.M." - as Jason Hunter|
|Illegal Tender||2007||writer: "C.R.E.A.M."|
|The Boondocks||2005||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Daltry Calhoun||2005||writer: "June's Mash Up" - as Jason Hunter|
|Lyricist Lounge: Hip Hop Video Classics||2003||Video writer: "C.R.E.A.M." - as Jason Hunter|
|Czarface: Sgt. Slaughter||2015||Short||Deck|
|Czarface: The Great||2015||Short||Deck|
|Czarface: Air'em Out||2013||Short||Deck|
|Wu-Tang Clan: Gravel Pit||2000||Short|
|Black & White||1999/I||Inspectah Deck|
|Inspectah Deck: Show N Prove||1999||Video short|
|Inspectah Deck: Show N Prove||1999||Video short|
|The Needle Drop||2014||TV Series shout out - 1 episode|
|Rock the Bells||2006||Documentary sincere thanks|
|Wu-Tang Saga||2010||Video documentary||Himself|
|BET Hip Hop Awards 2008||2008||TV Special|
|Wu Tang: Revealed||2007||Video||Himself|
|3rd Annual VH1 Hip-Hop Honors||2006||TV Movie||Himself - Honoree (as Wu-Tang Clan)|
|Rock the Bells||2006||Documentary||Himself - Wu-Tang Clan|
|Joe Young Feat. Inspectah Deck: I Don't Wanna Go Back||2005||Video short||Himself (uncredited)|
|Wu-Tang Clan: Disciples of the 36 Chambers, Chapter 2||2004||Video||Himself|
|Lyricist Lounge: Hip Hop Video Classics||2003||Video||Himself (segment "C.R.E.A.M.") (as Wu-Tang Clan)|
|Hype Williams: The Videos, Vol. 1||2002||Video||Himself (segment "Can It Be All So Simple") (as Wu-Tang Clan)|
|And Ya Don't Stop: Hip Hop's Greatest Videos, Vol. 1||2000||Video||Himself (segment "C.R.E.A.M.") (as Wu-Tang Clan)|
|Power Vision - Pop Galerie||2000||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Wu-Tang Clan: Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off)||2000||Short||Himself|
|Pete Rock: Soul Survivor||1998||Video short||Himself|
|Rap Sheet's Free Expression in the '90s||1995||TV Movie||Himself|
|Wu: The Story of the Wu-Tang Clan||2007||Documentary||Himself (uncredited)|
|And You Don't Stop: 30 Years of Hip-Hop||2004||TV Mini-Series documentary||Himself|