Rich Dollaz Net Worth

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Rich Dollaz net worth:
$2.5 Million

Rich Dollaz net worth and career earnings: Rich Dollaz is an American music executive and reality television star who has a net worth of $2.5 million. Rich Dollaz got his first break in the music business when he scored an internship and Diddy's Bad Boy Records. It was Diddy himself who gave Rich Dollaz his nickname. Dollaz worked at Bad Boy Records for eight years where he helped launch and manage the careers of musicians like Cassie, Yung Joc and Gorilla Zoe. While at the label, Rich was instrumental in shaping the early success of Cassie. After leaving Bad Boy, Dollaz was hired by Universal Music where is currently their head of radio promotion. Rich Dollaz recently joined the ranks of reality television stars thanks to his appearance on VH1's Love and Hip Hop: New York. In addition to his reality appearances and Universal duties, Rich Dollaz is the CEO of his own management firm called Dollaz Unlimited. Dollaz Unlimited represents fellow Love and Hip Hop cast members Erica Mena, Olivia Longot among others. Erica Mena is Rich Dollaz's long term girlfriend. They are frequently rumored to be getting engaged but so far that has not happened. Rich has a daughter named Chaundrea Nicolle with a prior girlfriend.

Rich Dollaz starred on the reality TV series Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood in 2015 and the series Love & Hip Hop since 2011. He has also helped acts such as R-Les, Danity Kane, Cory Gunz, and Cheri Dennis. Rich Dollaz was born Richard Trowers on August 4, 1977 in Waterbury, Connecticut.

Rich Dollaz Net Worth
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