Paul Wall Net Worth – 2022

Paul Wall

Net Worth $2.5 Million
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Profession Promoter, Disc jockey, Rapper
Gender Male
Date of Birth Mar 11, 1981 (41 years old)
Nationality United States of America

Paul Wall Net Worth:

$2.5 Million

How much does Paul Wall make and what is his net worth?

American rapper Paul Wall has a net worth of $2.5 million. Paul has put out 12 studio albums and a lot of mixtapes over the course of his career. In 2007, he was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group for the song “Grillz,” which he made with Nelly.

Early Years

Paul was born in Houston, Texas, on March 11, 1981. He went to Houston’s Jersey Village High School. Wall went to the University of Houston after high school for three years to study mass communications. After college, he met Chamillionaire, a local rapper, and the two of them started putting out mixtapes together.

The two talked Michael “5000” Watts into letting them rap on his radio station. After that, people started to notice them. They kept making mixtapes and appearing on other Houston rappers’ mixtapes, and each new mixtape led to more business opportunities. Paid in Full Records gave Paul and Chamillionaire a one-album deal in the end. The album “Get Ya Mind Correct” came out in 2002. People liked the album, and it went on to sell more than 200,000 copies.


Paid in Full Records put out Wall’s first album, “Chick Magnet,” in 2004. On the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, the album was at number 54. Paul’s second album, “The People’s Champ,” came out a year after he signed with Atlantic Records and Asylum Records. The album was an instant hit, going straight to number one on the Billboard 200 when it came out. Later, the RIAA gave the album a platinum rating, and the singles “Sittin’ Sideways” and “Girl” were both given a gold rating in the US.

“Controversy Sells” was the name of Paul’s second and last studio album with Chamillionaire. It came out in 2005. The album reached its highest position on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart at #50. Wall’s third solo album, “Get Money, Stay True,” came out in 2007. It went straight to the top of the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. “Break ‘Em Off” and “I’m Throwed” were the singles from the album. In that same year, Paul and Nelly’s song “Grillz” was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group.

In 2008, Paul and Tech N9ne and Ill Bill went on a nationwide tour. Wall was in the film “I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell” in 2009. He wrote the songs for the movie with Tucker Max, who wrote the script, and Nils Parker. Paul also put out his fourth studio album, “Fast Life,” in 2009.

Wall worked with the company Jump Shot Media, which makes social and mobile games, to make “Battle Rap Stars” in 2011. It was the first battle rap game for mobile devices. Paul is a character in the “main event,” and to win the game, players have to beat the rapper who plays that character. Wall made a mixtape called “No Sleep Til Houston” and put it out in 2012. After a year, he worked with Slim Thug on a mixtape for the 2013 NBA All-Star Game in Houston.

Paul put out his sixth and seventh studio albums, “#checkseason” and “The Po-Up Poet,” in 2013 and 2014. The albums came out on their own through his Paul Wall Music label. Vibe magazine said this about “The Po-Up Poet”: “The almost circus-like production proves that Wall has been a beloved Texas rap legend for as long as he’s been in the game.”

Wall has put out five more studio albums since 2014. They are called “Slab God,” “Houston Oiler,” “Bounce Backs over Setbacks,” “Mind over Matter,” and “Subculture.” During the 2008 election, Paul was part of the “Barack the Vote” campaign and said in public that he backed President Barack Obama. Wall has been to many places overseas to perform for US troops.


Paul married Crystal in 2006, and the two of them now have two children.

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