Benzino Net Worth

Benzino Net Worth

Benzino is an American rapper, hip hop media executive, TV personality and record producer. Benzino Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $0.4 Million. Explore more about Benzino‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His

Benzino Full name Raymond Leon Scott. His nick Name was Benzino. Benzino now 58 Years old .

Benzino Father Edward DeJesus  and his Mother Mary Scott.

Benzino Spouse  was  N/A . He has one kids.

He was born in 24 October 1964  in Boston, Massachusetts, United states of america.

Benzino complete his graduation. Here are the best highlights of Benzino’s Career

Initially known as Raydog, Benzino started his professional music career as a member of the rap group Almighty RSO. The group released the album “Doomsday: Forever RSO” in 1996, and that year Benzino also released the album “In Tha Company of Killaz” with Wiseguys. He later co-founded the rap group Made Men, releasing the album “Classic Limited Edition” in 1999, before making his solo debut with the album “The Benzino Project” in 2001. As a solo artist, he has released four studio albums as well as “The Benzino Remix Project” (2002).

Benzino has also released the mixtapes “Die Another Day: Flawless Victory” (2003), “When the Heavens Fall” (with 1st 48, 2010), “Caezar” (2011), “Blue Bag” (with 1st 48, 2011), “The Magnificent 757’s (with Stevie J , 2012), “Crushed Ice” (2013), and “Welcome to Texaco City” (with OJ da Juiceman, 2015). From 2012 to 2014, Benzino was a cast member on “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta,” appearing in 43 episodes of the series. He has also appeared on “Soul Train” (2003), “RapFix Live” (2012), “Town Bizzness” (2014), “The Next 15” (2016), “Tamar & Vince” (2017), “Drink Champs Happy Hour” (2018), and “Love Goals: The Final Sessions” (2020).

In 2002, Benzino gained publicity after engaging in a feud with fellow rapper Eminem, who he has referred to as “2003 Vanilla Ice.” The feud started when “The Source” rated the album “The Eminem Show” four out of five mics when Eminem thought it deserved the highest rating. He blamed Benzino, the magazine’s co-founder, and said that “The Source” would never give him a 5-mic rating due to his race. Eminem later refused to let Benzino interview him about his film “8 Mile,” and they began releasing diss tracks toward each other (Benzino: “Pull Your Skirt Up” and “Die Another Day,” Eminem: “The Sauce” and “Nail in the Coffin”). The feud ended in 2005, and seven years later, Benzino stated, “I can say it now, I was wrong for it. Because at the end of the day, Em is a great lyricist and he should be able to express himself in hip-hop as anybody should.”