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Redman Net Worth

Redman Net Worth
Net Worth$10,000,000
Full NameReginald Noble
A.K.ADoc, Funk Doctor Spock
Date of Birth/AgeApril 17, 1970 (age 49)
Source of wealthRapper, DJ, Record Producer, Actor
Country of originU.S
State/City of originNewark, New Jersey
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Redman’s net worth is $10,000,000.

How Much Does Redman Make a Year?

Redman makes $1 million dollars every year from his music, clothing line and acting.

How does Redman make his money?

Redman makes most of his money from the sales of his albums and streams of his popular songs. He’s also made hundreds of thousands of dollars from his world tours and appearances.

He’s made millions from his acting, hosting and producing in Hollywood. He also makes thousands of dollars from the sale of the clothes he designs and produces for the “Mighty Healthy” clothing line, based in New York City.


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The artist we all know as Redman is an American rapper, producer, DJ, and actor who was a household name in the early ’90s. You can’t say Redman without mentioning Method Man, who is his best friend and rapping, partner.

Together, they produced and rapped on a number of songs and had starring roles in television shows and movies. Redman was signed with the extremely well-known record label Def Jam and was a part of the Def Squad.

Early Life

The rapper Redman was born Reginald Noble on April 17th, 1970 in Newark, New Jersey to Darlene Noble. She raised him as a single mother.

While not much is known about his childhood and early teens, Redman was expelled from Montclair University during his first year of college due to failing grades. The year was 1987. He didn’t know where else to turn, so he moved back in with his mom.

Unfortunately, Redman got into some bad behavior and started selling drugs. When his mother found out, she immediately kicked him out of her house.

Redman started to get into work as a DJ when he was 18. He was known as DJ Kut-Killa and freestyled over the music he’d play at house parties in the New York area.

It was around this time that he was discovered by Erick Sermon of EPMD. Redman ended up moving in with Erick and joining EPMD on tour.


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Personal life

Redman comes from a talented family. His sister, Rosalyn Noble, or Roz is a rapper who has been featured on many of Redman’s songs. His cousin, Tame One, is also a rapper.

Early on in life, Redman had two children from a woman who is no longer in his life. He’s now married to a woman that has been in his life for a very long time.

Her identity is unknown, and nothing is really known about her, except for the fact that she’s raising Redman’s two eldest children as her own. Together, Redman and his wife have three biological children.

Besides his children, Redman loves his pets! When he started having issues with his then four-month-old Pitbull terrier named “Daddy,” he took the dog to television dog trainer Cesar Millan to get help.

Eventually, the dog became closer to Cesar, and he ended up keeping him. The dog was often seen on the show “The Dog Whisperer.”


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Redman splashed onto the hip-hop scene in 1990 when he was featured on two tracks on EPMD’s album “Business as Usual.” In 1992, he released his first album, “Whut? Thee Album.” It went gold on the record charts. His second album, “Dare iz a Dark Side” was released in 1994.

In December of 1996, Redman released his third album, “Muddy Waters.” It featured two of Redman’s megahits, including “Whateva Man” and “It’s Like That.”


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One of his songs was featured on a “Grand Theft Auto” video game. More importantly, this was the time when Redman formed close friendships with both Tupac and Method Man.

His fourth album, released in 1998 went platinum and his fifth album,” Malpractice” reached number four on the charts. Redman released a number of mixtapes between 2002-2006 and was on tracks with Christina Aguilera and P!nk.

Between 2007 to present times, Redman released six more albums.

Redman also did some acting. In 2001, he and Method Man starred in the movie “How High,” where they played Harvard students who were constantly high.

Besides his acting gigs, in 2015, Redman released a clothing line called “Mighty Healthy” that features marijuana on nearly every item.

At present, Redman net worth reached $10,000,000.

Interesting Facts

  • After he was discovered by Erick Sermon of EPMD, Redman moved into Erick’s Long Island Home
  • Redman was kicked out of his mother’s house for selling cocaine.
  • Redman was expelled from college due to his failing grades.
  • He once freestyled a song that described his rap style using every single letter in the American alphabet.
  • Redman took his dog “Daddy” to Cesar Millan to get training help. The dog took to Cesar and the trainer ended up keeping him, featuring him on many episodes of “The Dog Whisperer.”
  • He was named rap artist of the year in the early 1990s by “The Source” magazine.


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  • Redman’s career started in 1990 when he was featured on EPMD’s album “Business as Usual.” He released his debut album two years later in 1992, which went gold.
  • Redman’s third album featured several hit songs, one of which was featured on the video game “Grand Theft Auto.”
  • He became close friends with Tupac and Method Man during the promotion of his third album.
  • Redman released a large number of albums, but he is best known for starring in the movie “How High?”
  • Redman’s most famous song is “Dirrty,” which is a song that he collaborated on with Christina Aguilera.


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Favorite Quotes from Redman

“It’s a cold world. You better pack your own heat.”

“Next time y’all need to find me, just rub these two wires for the doorbell.”

“You know what makes me laugh? Good, clean, honest humor. Not the kind of humor where someone is trying to be funny.”

“I can see myself retiring from rapping, but I don’t think from music. After that, I think I’d just go into some other kind of music, ‘cuz I’m a worldwide fan of music, all types of music, all cultures, so I’ll always be involved.”

“Of course, I’m funky like fat people having intercourse. Basically, the funk is stuck in your teeth…so get the dental floss.”

“I love that hip-hop can still provide jobs for people to get money and to put their crew on. I would never say that hip-hop is going down. It’s cool, but it needs an adjustment. I think that hip-hop just needs a little fine-tuning.”

Tips for success from Redman

  1. You can’t rely on anyone else for success. It comes from you. It’s a cold world, so be prepared, get experience, and use the knowledge that you already have to show everyone that you’re a success.
  2. Be yourself. Be funky. Don’t let anyone dull your shine and tell you that you need to fit into what they define as “normal.”
  3. Times change and you have to be adaptable. If you’re working at a job for thirty years, you better learn more about your field and change with the trends of the time.
  4. Follow your dreams even when people tell you they’re impossible. Nothing is impossible.