Irv Gotti Net Worth
Irv Gotti Net Worth Irv Gotti is an American hip-hop and R&B record producer who has a net worth of $15 million. Irv Gotti was born Irving Domingo Lorenzo, Jr. on June 26, 1970 in Hollis, New York City, New York. He founded The Inc record label with brother Chris. The Inc was originally Murder Inc, but after legal troubles in the 2003, the company was renamed in 2005. The controversy, involving shootings, stabbings and orders of protection, also brought on the FBI, who raided the Murder Inc office on January 3, 2003, and the investigation made headlines everywhere, from MTV News (Drugs, Friends & Allegations: Inside the Murder Inc Raid) to the New York Times (Inquiry Into Rap Label Asks if 'Gangsta' is More Than Genre). More shootings followed throughout New York: The office of 50 Cent's management company, Violator, was shot multiple times, and Gotti's brother, Chris, was subsequently shot in the leg outside of the Def Jam office. Gotti is credited with producing songs for such artists as Jay-Z, Ja-Rule, and Vanessa Carlton. He also produced Jay-Z's Can I Get A…, DMX's What's My Name? and Ja Rule's Holla Holla. Gotti co-produced Vanessa Carlton's third album, Heroes and Thieves with Channel 7 Rick Rubin and Stephan Jenkins, released October 9, 2007. In an interview with Angie Martinez in early May 2009, Gotti said that his label The Inc was leaving Universal Records.
|Net Worth:||$15 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Jun 26, 1970 (50 years old)|
|Profession:||Record producer, Musician, Singer, Rapper, Composer|
|Nationality:||United States of America|