DJ Envy Net Worth
DJ Envy net worth: DJ Envy is an American DJ who has a net worth of $6 million dollars. Born in Queens, New York, DJ Envy, also known as RaaShaun Casey, caught the attention of fellow artist DJ Clue, who introduced him to the New York mixtape scene. By the late 90s, he was making waves, and the early 2000s saw him working with the likes of Jay-Z, The L.O.X., and 50 Cent. After signing with Sony Records' Desert Storm Records label, he released his debut album, "The Desert Storm Mixtape: Blok Party, Vol. 1", in 2003. He began mixing once a month on Hot 97, and took over for Angie Martinez on the station when she went on maternity leave. This led to a co-hosting job on the morning show on Hot 97, and then his own weekly shows called, "The People's Mix" and "The People's Choice Hit List". He now hosts the afternoon show for Hip Hop Nation, and is one third of the hosting team on Power 105's "The Breakfast Club" along with Charlamagne Tha God and Angela Yee. DJ Envy has also hosted This Week in Jams for MTV2. He has hosted a podcast with his wife Gia Casey called The Casey Crew. He has also released the albums The Co-Op (with Red Cafe) in 2007, It's Moovin' in 2009, Love and Envy in 2011, Audio Uprising, Vol. 1 in 2011, and Full Breach. Vol. 5 in 2014. DJ Envy has produced songs including "Feel the Hate" by The Murderers, "Broken Silence" by Foxy Brown, "The Bad Guy" (featuring Pain in da Ass) by Fabolous, and "Wait a Minute" by Joe Budden.