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Trick Daddy Net Worth

Trick Daddy Net Worth
Net Worth$15,000,000
Full NameMaurice Samuel Young
A.K.ATrick Daddy Dollars
Date of Birth/AgeSeptember 27, 1973 (age 45)
Source of wealthRapper, Record Producer, Singer, Songwriter
Country of originU.S.
State/City of originLiberty City, Miami, Florida
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Trick Daddy net worth is $500 thousand dollars.

How Much Trick Daddy Make a Year

Trick Daddy’s annual income has not been reported.

How does Trick Daddy make his money?

Trick Daddy made the majority of his money through album sales and performances when he was able to perform. In 2017 he started a podcast with radio host Supa Cindy, but the channel only has 4,100 subscribers and 20 videos.

Trick Daddy earns an income from his appearance on VH1’s Love and Hip Hop: Miami, but the amount has not been disclosed.


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Trick Daddy is American rapper from Miami, Florida who got his start in 1996 when he appeared on the track “Scarred” by Luther Campbell. His debut album “Based on a True Story” was released in 1997, and earned him a massive fan base.

He has an original sound that is respected by various eminent artists. Let’s take a closer look at his net worth, biography, personal life, and career history.

Early Life

Rapper Trick Daddy’s real name is Maurice Samuel Young. He was born on September 23, 1973, in Liberty City, Miami, Florida. Trick was born to Charles Young and raised by Pearl Brockington.

He did not grow up in the best atmosphere and was instantly redirected. Trick grew up with 10 siblings and was under the influence of his father and his brother Derek.

Living with his father, unfortunately, did send him down a purposeful path. In his teen years, he became a local pimp. This life choice ultimately let to unsocial activities and drugs.

Drugs and unlicensed arms eventually lead the misguided teen to imprisonment by the age of 15. At that age wasn’t thinking about all the potential consequences of his actions.

When Trick reached the age of 19, things seem even grimmer for a while when he got arrested for attempted murder for shooting someone during a street fight.

He went to prison the same year that his brother was shot and killed. When he was released from jail he was introduced to Ted Lucas who put a lot of effort into redirecting Trick’s life towards a more purposeful path.

Ted was the founder of Slip-N-Slide Records, and his inspiration led Trick to give his rapping skills a chance.


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Personal life

Trick Daddy and rapper Trina allegedly dated from 1998 to 2002. Another person Trick is said to have been involved with at one time is Karrine Steffans.

He currently has a wife named Joy who also appears on VH1’s Love and Hip Hop: Miami. Not much has been published about Trick’s private life because he likes to keep it out of the news.

Trick has announced that he has lupus. Autoimmune disease has affected his skin. He was taking medicine at one point but he stopped accepting treatment because he says each time he took the medicine he had to endure a series of tests to make sure there weren’t any side effects that caused liver or kidney failure.

Trick has also dealt with some financial difficulties causing him to declare bankruptcy 3 times.


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Trick sharpened his performing and rapping skills so he could make a music career for himself. At first he would only rap locally. In 1996 he appeared the song “Scarred” by Luther “Luke” Campbell. This song came from Luke’s album “Uncle Luke”.

His debut album “Based on a True Story” was released by Slip-N-Slide in 1997. This album was a big success, and at the time Trick was rapping under the stage name of Trick Daddy Dollars.

The album featured other artists such as J.T. Money, Buddy Roe, Jamal, and others. More than 127,000 copies sold locally in the U.S.

Trick put out his sophomore album “”. More than 500,000 copies sold and it earned the RIAA Gold Certification.

When he released his second work he removed Dollars from his stage name and remained Trick Daddy. The most popular track on the album was “Nann N***a” featuring Trina. The single reached the third slot on the Billboard Rap singles chart.

Trick’s rapping skills gained the attention of various producers. Eventually, he got an agreement going with Atlantic Records and in 2000 “Book of Thug: Chapter AK Verse 47” was released.

This album was well received and one of his top tracks from the album was “Shut Up”. Listeners also seemed to enjoy his political track called “America”. This album is believed to be one of his most popular albums overall.

One of Trick’s biggest releases of his career came in 2001 when he dropped “Thugs Are Us”. This album gave him the boost he needed to get more attention from eminent rappers in that era.

His rapping voice earned a regular spot on the playlist of many radio stations all over the U.S. His track “I’m a Thug” was a huge success.

The next album Trick put out was “Thug Holiday”. This album had a well-received single called “In da Wind”.


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Trick came out with a few additional albums including “Thug Matrimony: Married to the Streets” in 2004. The top track from this album was “Let’s Go” which Lil Jon produced.

The track samples Ozzy Osbourne’s “Crazy Train”. Trick’s most recent album was “Finally Famous: Born a Thug, Still a Thug” which dropped in 2009 from his Dunk Ryders label.

This album peaked at #34 on the Billboard 200 chart. Also in 2009 Trick Daddy was cast in the film “Just Another Day”.

In 2012 Trick mentioned his new label “Trick Daddy Music” as he dropped his mixtape called “D**k & Dynamite”. Throughout Trick’s musical career he released nine albums and all of them were enjoyed by many.

He had 4 albums that went gold and even a few adjudged platinum. In 2017 Trick started his own podcast which is co-hosted by radio host Supa Cindy.

In 2018 Trick joined the cast of VH1’s reality show “Love and Hip Hop Miami”.


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Interesting Facts

  • Trick Daddy faced lots of legal trouble in 1993, 2003, and 2014 all regarding drug possession and possession of a fire arm by a convicted felon.
  • Trick Daddy is a published author. He has written a memoir called “Magic City: Trials of a Native Son”.
  • Trick Daddy enjoys cooking and has posted a few videos guiding fans through making his favorite dishes in the kitchen.

Favorite Quotes from Trick Daddy

“To become a master at any skill, it takes the total effort of your: hear, mind, and soul working together in tandem.”
“I used to hold back because people would get offended, but now I’m like, You’re going to hear me, regardless. Whether you accept what I have to say or not is on you.”
“People say keeping it real is a hard thing to do. Keeping it real is easy. Being fake and being soft is hard to do.”