Net Worth: $5 Million
Born: March 11, 1981
Country of Origin: United States of America
Source of Wealth: Professional Rapper
Paul Michael Slayton “Paul Wall” is an American rapper from Houston, Texas. Divider has worked together with probably the best stars and discharged a few collections under SwishaHouse Records all through his vocation as a rapper.
He marked to Atlantic Records in 2005 and got effective with his significant name debut ‘The People’s Champ. Get Money, Stay True’.
Starting at 2019, Paul Wall’s total assets is evaluated to be generally $5 million dollars. Divider won the Ozone Awards for his work ‘Paul Wall’ for Taste Maker in 2006 and he was named for Best Rap Performance in his work ‘Grillz’ in 2007.
Paul Michael Wall was conceived in Houston, Texas on the eleventh of March, 1981. Divider was destined to American guardians and was brought up in his origin; Georgetown, Texas.
He discovered music intriguing at a youthful age. Divider went to Jersey Village High School in Texas where he likewise got acquainted with rapping by his companion Mike Jones.
During his time in school Wall sought after his rapping vocation and dropped out from his University. After he dropped out, he at first worked for Michael ‘5000’ Watt’s organization. After a short joint effort with Watt he discharged his presentation mixtape.
After he dropped out of school he decided to have a vocation in music. Divider began to team up with Chamillionaire where he moved toward the organizer of the Houston-based organization Swishahouse.
Michael Watts permitted Wall rapping on his radio show and he later put Wall’s tunes in one of Swishahouse’s mixtapes.
Watts later helped Wall and Chamillionaire to discharge ‘Choppin Em Up Part 2’ in 1999 which turned out to be extremely well known in the city. The introduction mixtape was a major achievement and later helped Wall to consistently show up on Houston mixtapes; he additionally was remembered for a considerable lot of Watt’s activities.
Divider framed a rap bunch called ‘The Color Changin’; they began to cooperate on a few mixtapes and records including ‘Get Ya Mind Correct’ which earned a ton of consideration from the boulevards.
After Wall shaped the gathering he chose to continue with his rapping vocation as an independent craftsman.
In 2004 Wall discharged his first independent collection ‘Chick Magnet’ and he united with preferences of Mike Jones, Slim Thug, and Bun B. Divider never asserted his acclaim until his set ‘The Peoples Champ’ was discharged in 2005 and bested the spot on Billboard Hot 200.
In 2006 he came back with another collection entitled ‘Get Money, Stay True’, it crested No.8 on Billboard Hot 200.
Paul Wall dropped his fourth studio collection in 2009. He cited:
“I’ve developed and developed a great deal. I turned into a man and a grown-up,” he says when alluding to how he develops since making “Get Money, Stay True”. “You will hear top to bottom themes. You’ll hear some stuff that you probably won’t be accustomed to hearing.”
Starting at 2019, Paul Wall’s total assets is $5 million dollars.
Here are the absolute best features of Paul Wall’s profession:
Chick Magnet (Album, 2004)
The Peoples Champ (Album, 2005)
Heater (Film, 2006)
Ozone Awards (Taste Maker, 2006) – Won
Grammy Awards (Best Rap Performance, 2007) – Nominated
I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell (Film, 2009)
Heart of a Champion (Album, 2010)
Gator X (Film, 2010)
Money or Cash (Film, 2011)
Fight Rap Stars (Video Game, 2011)
Chunk God (Album, 2015)