Paul Wall Net Worth

Paul Wall is an American Rapper. Paul Wall Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $2.5 Million. Explore more about Paul Wall‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His yearly income 250,000 and monthly income 20,000.

Paul Wall Full name Paul Michael Slayton. His nick Name was Paul Wall. Paul Wall now 41 Years old .

Paul Wall Father Richard  Daddario was a Leader  and his Mother Christina Daddario was  a lawyer.

Paul Wall Spouse  was  Crystal Wall . He has two kids.

He was born in 11 March 1981  in Houston, Texas, United states of america.

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

Michael Watts allowed Wall to rap on his radio show and he later put Wall’s songs in one of Swishahouse’s mixtapes.

Watts later helped Wall and Chamillionaire to release ‘Choppin Em Up Part 2’ in 1999 which became very popular on the streets. The debut mixtape was a big success and later helped Wall to regularly appear on Houston mixtapes; he also was included in many of Watt’s projects.

Wall formed a rap group called ‘The Color Changin’; they started to work together on several mixtapes and records including ‘Get Ya Mind Correct’ which earned a lot of attention from the streets.

After Wall formed the group he decided to proceed with his rapping career as a solo artist.

In 2004 Wall released his first solo album ‘Chick Magnet’ and he joined forces with likes of Mike Jones, Slim Thug, and Bun B. Wall never claimed his fame until his set ‘The Peoples Champ’ was released in 2005 and topped the spot on Billboard Hot 200.

Here are some of the best highlights of Paul Wall’s career:

  • Chick Magnet (Album, 2004)
  • The Peoples Champ (Album, 2005)
  • Furnace (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)
  • Alligator X (Film, 2010)
  • Cash or Cash (Film, 2011)
  • Battle Rap Stars (Video Game, 2011)
  • Slab God (Album, 2015)