Benzino Net Worth
Benzino Net Worth: Benzino is an American rapper, hip hop media executive and record producer who has a net worth of $10 million. Benzino has earned his net worth through his music and publishing career. Born Raymond Scott on July 18, 1965, in Boston, Massachusetts, he is more known for his shady reputation than for his accomplishments. Initially known as Raydog, he started his professional music career as a member of the rap group Almighty RSO. Even though he is a rapper, Benzo's popularity came with his association with The Source, a hip-hop magazine which was founded in 1988 by David Mays in his Harvard University dorm room. Additionally, Benzino was a founding member of the rap group Made Men, before finally embarking on a solo career. Benzino made headlines for being involved in a widely publicized feud with rapper Eminem, or as Benzino called him "2003 Vanilla Ice." Since 2002, the two rappers have been creating diss tracks about each other, which include Benzino's "Pull Your Skirt Up" and "Die Another Day" on one side, and Eminem's "The Sauce" and "Nail in the Coffin" on the other. He was featured on the VH1 reality TV show, Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta from 2012 to 2014. Benzino currently publishes Hip Hop Weekly, a well-known urban music publication and is engaged to Althea Heart, a former signee to Def Jam Records. Benzino has released the albums Revenge of Da Badd Boyz with The Almighty RSO in 1994, Doomsday: Forever RSO with The Almighty RSO in 1996, Classic Limited Edition with Made Men in 1999, The Benzino Project in 2001, The Benzino Remix Project in 2002, Redemption in 2003, Die Another Day: Flawless Victory in 2003, Arch Nemesis in 2005, The Antidote in 2007, When The Heavens Fall with 1st 48 in 2010, Caezar in 2011, Blue Bag with 1st 48 in 2011, The Magnificent 757's with Stevie J in 2012, Crushed Ice as Zino Grigio in 2013, and Welcome to Texaco City with OJ da Juiceman in 2015.