Trick Daddy Dollars aka Trick Daddy is the popular stage name of Maurice Young. Trick Daddy is an American based producer and an eminent rapper who has established a steady ground in Miami’s Liberty City. Here is a quick summary of Trick Daddy’s net worth in 2019, career and earnings.
Trick Daddy is known to have born on 27th of September in the year 1974 in Miami region of Florida. He, along with his ten other siblings was brought up by mother Pearl Brockington. His childhood with father Charles young had witnessed an unfortunate turn in his life, as he would go on drug dealing along with him on the local streets. This had also led to his arrest at the age of fifteen for drug peddling and possessing a firearm. After getting released, he was arrested the same day on charges of attempt to murder of a man. His brother was shot and murdered in the year 1994. Fortunately, after his eviction from imprisonment, he was introduced to the world of raps by Ted Lucas.
The trick was spotted in a popular 2 Live Crew member Luther “Luke” Campbell work, soundtrack entitled “Scarred”. The success of the song had taken a hefty turned in his life and he was soon offered with many projects by several producers. Ted Lucas had henceforth signed him for Slip-n-Slide Records where he had launched his first album in the year 1997 under the stage name Trick Daddy Dollars entitled “Based on a True Story”.
With the grand success, Trick went on with his second album in 1998 labeled www.thug.com. The year had also witnessed him remove his postfix “Dollar” and he was eventually known as Trick Daddy. He had also secured the third position on Billboard list, with “Nann Nigga”. In 2000, Trick had signed with Atlantic Records for launching “Book of Thugs: Chapter AK Verse 47”.
His next performance “Shut Up” was also praised as “rowdiest club hit yet” henceforth which he kissed fame once again with a solo, “America”. Thereafter, Trick had global recognition with “Thugs Are Us” in 2001 and “Thug Holiday”. In 2004, he had also launched “Thug Matrimony: Married To The Streets” alongside “Let’s Go” by Lil Jon. His guest performance at Ying Yang Twins’ known as “What’s Happnin!” had dragged him to top many charts as well. After adding few more hits to the title “Back By Thug Demand” from 2006 under Dunk Ryders, Trick had appeared in “Born-N-Raised”, “Listennn… the Album” in 2006, “I’m So Hood”, “Out Here Grindin” in 2008 and “The Boatlift” in 2007 all of which were equally praised on a large scale.
Under Dunk Ryders, he had launched “Finally Famous: Born a Thug Still a Thug” in 2009 alongside several eminent artists too. In 2012, he was graced with the success of “Dick & Dynamite”, and in 2011, he had appeared in “Thug Motivation 103: Hustlerz Ambition”, “I Can’t Leave These Streets Alone” and “This Is For You”.
Awards & Achievements
Trick Daddy has garnered immense fame and recognition from his raps and music. His creations and performances had also witnessed his rule with mentions in Billboards and popular charts in the respective years.
Net Worth of Trick Daddy
Trick Daddy has made the best use of luck and intelligence. His introduction into the world of rap and music by Ted Lucas had been an unbelievable blessing which was made the best use of. Taking credit for innumerable records and albums, Trick Daddy has kissed the umpteenth notch of success which has eventually led to the approximate net worth to be $150,000.
Life had been really harsh on Trick Daddy during his early childhood. From being a drug dealer with charges of attempt to murder, Trick has come a long way in his life and has made sheer use of his talent and brilliance all of which has led to a praiseworthy journey in his life till date.