Mona Scott-Young Net Worth
Mona Scott-Young net worth: Mona Scott-Young is an American record executive, talent manager and business woman who has a net worth of $30 million. During her career Mona Scott-Young represented a long list of distinguished hip-hop artists including LL Cool J, Missy Elliot, 50 Cent, Fantasia and Busta Rhymes. After leaving Violator Management Mona Scott-Young started Monami Entertainment. Monami Entertainment manages artists, produces projects for television and film, and even launched a line of cosmetics and beauty products. Mona Scott-Young is the CEO of Monami Entertainment, which is the home to Grammy Award-winning artist Missy Elliott and VH1's most popular show, Love & Hip Hop. In addition to Love & Hip Hop, the film and television division of Monami Entertainment has produced the spin-offs Chrissy & Mr. Jones, K. Michelle: My Life and The Gossip Game (all on VH1); Donald Trump Presents: The Ultimate Merger, Cocaine: History Between the Lines, The Road to Stardom with Missy Elliott, and The New Atlanta, a docu-series on Bravo. Young is also very active with charitable and philanthropic organizations and has received honors from several high profile media outlets like The National Association of Black Female Executives, Vibe Magazine and more. She executive produced the film The Promise Keeper in 2013. Scott-Young has also executive produced other reality TV series including K. Michelle: My Life from 2014 to 2017, Money. Power. Respect. starting in 2016, Leave It To Stevie starting in 2016, Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood starting in 2014, and Love & Hip Hop: Miami debuting in 2018. In 1993 she was a dancer in the video short Snow: Informer. Mona Scott married Shawn Young in 2005 and the couple has two children together. She is part owner of moscato brand MYX Fusions with Nicki Minaj.
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