Paul Wall Net Worth: Paul Wall is an American rapper who has a net worth of $12.5 million dollars. Born in Houston, Texas, as Paul Michael Slayton in 1981, Paul Wall enrolled in the University of Houston for mass communication before he began pursuing his music career. He started off working with Chamillionaire on a mix tape with Michael Watts called "Choppin Em Up Part 2". He and Chamillionaire formed their own group, The Color Changin' Click, and eventually released their debut album, "Get Ya Mind Correct", which sold more than 200,000 copies around the world. Color Changin' Click soon disbanded and Wall embarked on his solo career with "The Peoples Champ" releasing in 2005. It hit number one on the Billboard charts. Between 2004 and 2013, Wall has released six studio albums. He joined rap group Expensive Taste and has worked with dozens of artists, including Nickelback, Collie Buddz, and Mike Jones. Wall voiced his public support for President Barack Obama during the 2008 campaign and was part of the "Barack the Vote" effort. He has traveled overseas to perform for deployed U.S. troops. Wall has also appeared on several TV shows and movies, including "I Hope they Serve Beer in Hell", "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation", "Furnace", and "Xtinction: Predator X". He has been married to his wife, Crystal, since 2006, and they have two children together.
Paul Wall Net Worth
Date of Birth
Mar 11, 1981 (35 years old)
Promoter, Disc jockey, Rapper
United States of America
5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Paul Slayton, Paul Michael Slayton
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